Dom Pedro 2° (Selton Mello) will be forced to say goodbye early to Lourdes (Lu Grimaldi) in Nos Tempos do Imperador. The monarch will talk about his childhood with his nurse, who will be struck by a sudden malaise. Devastated, he will comfort his second mother with words of affection and will be devastated by her death in the Globo soap opera.
The character of Lu Grimaldi was responsible for remembering the figure of Tonico (Alexandre Nero). She warned the emperor that the deputy was the same person who beat him as a child and made him ask the enemy for revenge.
In a scene that will air this Saturday (11), the employee of the palace will get laughs from the noble family and will be affected by worrying symptoms during the moment of relaxation. “I didn’t want to be too much trouble…”, Lourdes will say, lying down.
Nicolau (Cássio Pandolph), will suffer when he sees his friend for years in a life or death situation and will take the last opportunity to declare himself. “Forgive me if I was a coward, if I never managed to get off the paper the words I once wrote, declaring myself, asking for your hand… Because I knew you only saw me as a friend”, he will declare.
Teresa Cristina’s husband (Leticia Sabatella) will ride the same wave and will use the moment to say what he feels. “Many times, you were the only friendly person with whom I could open my heart. Thanks to you I found the strength to fulfill my duty as emperor without feeling the most miserable of men”, concludes Pedro, crying.
The only new Globo soap opera on the air, Nos Tempos do Imperador takes place around 40 years after the events of Novo Mundo (2017). In addition to the spoilers, the TV news also daily publishes the summaries of the six o’clock soap opera.
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