How many children does Carmen Salinas have?

RENOWNED Mexican actress and politician Carmen Salinas is undoubtedly one of the most controversial characters in Mexico.

However, putting aside her career and strong opinions, she is a mother of two. Here’s everything you need to know about her children.

Who was Carmen Salinas' husband Pedro Plascencia? 

At just 16 years old, Carmen Salinas met Pedro Plascencia.

She was married to him in 1965 but unfortunately, after 17 years of marriage they got a divorce in 1971.

Pedro was born September 17, 1931 and passed away November 1, 2016.

He was a pianist and arranger for Juan Gabriel for 20 years, amongst other activities.

How many children does Carmen Salinas have? 

Before becoming the mother of María Eugenia Plascencia Salinas and Pedro Plascencia Salinas, Carmen Salinas lost five children.

“I had about five abortions, one about seven months, I aborted it in an apartment and I wanted to revive my son, I was alone with my sister, I gave him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, but it died in my hands,” She said in an interview with Mónica Garza.

Pedro Plascencia 

Pedro was born on November 7, 1956 in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico.

He was a composer and actor, best known for El bulto (1992), En carne propia (1990) and Cuna de Lobos (2019). He died on April 19, 1994 in Mexico City, Mexico.

He died on April 19, 1994 from cancer, he was 37 years old.

His mother, Carmen was deeply devastated by the death of her son as she said: “When he died, I could no longer do the imitations that I buried together with him. I would start to do an imitation and a lump would get in my throat, my voice would no longer come out and I would start crying. I didn’t want to do them anymore!“.

María Eugenia Plascencia

Maria was an actor, known for El secuestro de Lola (1986).

According to NCERT, Maria has a net worth of $1.6 million dollars.

Her profile on LinkedIn states, she is Head of Carmen Salinas restaurant, La Casita de las Sopas.

Maria recalls growing up, her father, Pedro not being very close to his children.

“The first year he would come by us, he would go on Saturday or Sunday and take us out for a walk, but then he ignored us and my mother was the one who always got us forward,” she said in an interview.

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