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Salma Hayek and her daughter Valentina Paloma make a fun video

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In memory of Mother’s Day, Salma Hayek and her daughter Valentina Paloma Pinault appeared in a fun video, where they both showed a little of what their relationship looked like. In addition to showing what they had in their bags in front of the cameras and communicating in Spanish.

It was via the YouTube channel “VOGUE Mexico”, where the actress appeared with her 14-year-old daughter. In a dynamic known as “El Bolso de”, Salma Hayek and Valentina Paloma showed that they admire each other and above all else: they love each other.

Valentina laughed, speaking in Spanish, when she saw some of the things her mother was carrying in her bag. In addition to carrying her iPad, cell phone, cosmetic bag, snacks, wet wipes, anti-wrinkle covers, hand cream, and natural oils, she also carries chili powder and even Palo Santo to purge bad vibes.

The famous woman said, “If I see that there are negative reactions somewhere, I immediately turn it on and start throwing it all over the place…If there are children crying, I take out Palo Santo and smoke in it.”

The Veracruz woman also showed that she carried a bottle of Balenciaga H2O in her bag, in which she emphasized that she did not carry alcohol. Meanwhile, Valentina carries a Lana del Rey candle, camera, assorted perfumes, makeup, and hair oil.

The video, as expected, received many thanks and feedback from fans:

“Salma has the typical thing that a Mexican mother has”; “What a joy to know that Salma is a typical Mexican mother. Very warm, so always show children”; “I like that the daughter dominates her parents’ languages, that they are not like many who emigrate, that their children are born in another country and speak little of the language from which they come”; “Don’t make that Valentina’s face…not with that jacket, no…don’t make me smell your stuff…” Hahahaha master! Sees Salma’s mother is very normal, Valentina is very calm and focused”; “Wow, how does Valentina speak Spanish so well. It’s the first time I’ve heard her speak like this. Good for Selma, I don’t let the Spaniards get lost”; read between the reactions.

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