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Marina Ruy Barbosa confirms return to TV after two years away

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Marina Ruy Barbosa confirmed that she will return to TV after two years away from soap operas. The redhead, who has dedicated herself to projects for her clothing brand, was asked by a fan about when she plans to resume her acting career. “I’m already getting ready for new challenges. Super excited,” she wrote on Instagram Stories.

The 25-year-old artist has been away from serials since O Sétimo Guardião (2018), which ended in May 2019. As soon as she ended her work as the protagonist of Aguinaldo Silva’s plot, she planned to take a long vacation.

In January 2020, Marina was in Los Angeles, California, to study and experience a period away from Brazil. With the coronavirus pandemic, she decided to return to Rio de Janeiro in April and fulfill the quarantine in the country.

Marina Ruy Barbosa made a revelation to fans (Playback / Instagram)

Marina’s next work on TV is still kept private. Exactly a month ago, on January 12, the actress announced the end of her marriage to the pilot and businessman Xandinho Negrao. Despite the breakup, she keeps several photos with the ex on social media and has not yet signed the divorce.

The delay for the official breakup has created hope among the friends of both, who are hoping for a reconciliation. Before getting married, in October 2017, the actress and the Stock Car driver signed a prenuptial contract. Because of this, the two will not need to share the assets, which makes the process easier, according to the newspaper Extra.

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