Remember The Song “The Most Beautiful Girl In The World” Prince Wrote About A Latina

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Prince, 57, died unexpectedly in his Paisley Park home in Minnesota. But, perhaps, no one is more shocked and saddened by his death than his ex wife, Mayté García.

“I can’t even think of the words of what I’m feeling. This man was my everything, we had a family. I am beyond deeply saddened and devastated…” García said on her Instagram account.

The former dancer of Puerto Rican descent met Prince in 1990. She later joined the singer on tour as a backup dancer. They became a couple and married in 1996. He released an album inspired by her that included the hit “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World.” Watch below, but make sure you have a couple tissues around.


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After their wedding, the couple lost their only son a week after he was born due to Pfeiffer syndrome, a rare disease that affects the skull and bones.

“I loved him then, I love him now, and will love him eternally…He’s with our son now,” García added.

Read more about Mayté García’s reaction here.

READ: Everybody Is In Shock About The Sudden Death Of Musical Superstar Prince

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Mexican Immigrant Wins $7 Million Jackpot, Keeps Cooking Job

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Mexican Immigrant Wins $7 Million Jackpot, Keeps Cooking Job

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What does a Mexican immigrant cook do after he wins a $7 million jackpot?

Eduardo Reyes, from Staten Island, took a day off from his job as a cook at Colonnade Diner on March 16th. He was running errands in Manhattan when he popped into a liquor store and bought $50 worth of Golden ticket scratch-offs.

Days before his purchase, he had a bit of a premonition: “I had a dream two days before that I had a lot of money,” Reyes told Univision. His dream probably looked a little something like this:

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Walter Mercado, someone might be coming for your job.

Thirty two years ago, Reyes immigrated to the states and started working in restaurants as a dishwasher earning $160 a week. His hard work later earned him a promotion to cook.

While accepting his ginormous check of $4.36 million, after taxes, he said: “I have always worked hard my whole life.” As of now, he has no plans of quitting his job.

And that’s how Mexicans do. #Trabajadores ??

Learn more about this lucky man’s story here.

READ: 9 Latino Tricks and Tips to Winning the Lottery

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