Silvio Berlusconi, the photo from the bed makes the rounds of social media. Here is the post then removed by his girlfriend Marta Fascina – Il Tempo

Silvio Berlusconi, the photo from the bed makes the rounds of social media. Here is the post then removed by his girlfriend Marta Fascina – Il Tempo
Silvio Berlusconi, the photo from the bed makes the rounds of social media. Here is the post then removed by his girlfriend Marta Fascina – Il Tempo

Francesco Fredella

02 July 2021

In bed, he looks almost tired. But it is the only photo-scoop of Silvio Berlusconi. The viral and social gaffe belongs to Marta Fascina (partner of the Cav) who perhaps by mistake publishes a photo in the Instagram Stories. After a few minutes the photo is removed, but it goes around the Net.

There is a certain aura of mystery about the health conditions of Berlusconi, who was hospitalized at the San Raffaele in Milan now more than a month and a half ago. Surely for the Cav it was a difficult year: Covid and the aftermath and then the convalescence after a gastroenteritis. But in an interview with Il Giornale, Berlusconi had said that his health conditions were “gradually improving”. And it is for this reason that the doctors authorized him to resume work slowly, but without leaving the house.

“I’m still on the field and I intend to stay there despite everything that has happened to me in recent years, despite the many unfounded judicial inquiries”, he said on June 20: the reference to the hearings in the Ruby ter case is taken for granted during his telephone intervention at the convention by Forza Italia. “I would have liked to be there to talk about Milan, my city and our city, but the doctors still ask me not to participate in public events and I must respect their precautions,” he said about the administrative offices. Now check this photo. And we talk about him again.

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