Anahí became a mother this year and is surely enjoying this new phase in her life. The singer has become a full-time mom and has seemingly put pause on her career in show business. Although the former RBD band member has released singles sporadically since getting married to the Chiapas governor, Manuel Velasco, her live performances or concerts have been null. This has lead many people to speculate that she has quit her career and no longer coming back to the entertainment world to focus on raising her baby.
To add fuel to the fire, a quote from Anahí has been floating around social media. "Now that I have Manuel in my arms I don't want to separate myself from him for no reason, that is why in these moments I don't know if one day I will return to the industry", the statement read. A user tweeted an alleged screenshot from a Univision website, where the quote was reproduced.
The message got to Anahí and she replied: "Nooo, what is that? I never said that, don't believe anything." This quickly relieved her followers and now they were assured at one time or another she would return and release more music.
— Anahi (@Anahi) February 10, 2017
Anahí is married to the governor of Chiapas, Manuel Velasco. The couple wed in 2015 after many months of speculation. The couple held their wedding at the San Cristóbal de las Casas cathedral. The ceremony was officiated by Bishop Felipe Arizmendi Esquivel. "We share with all of you the happiest moment of our lives," the 31-year-old actress shared on Instagram. Velasco also tweeted the same photo of both of them inside the cathedral with their foreheads touching each other at the altar. "We thank God for blessing our marriage," the politician wrote on Twitter.
In days leading up to the wedding Manuel Velasco had posted an open letter to Reforma where he shot down rumors that he and Anahí were going to have a lavish reception. "My fiancée and I have decided to have a simple ceremony where we will not hold a reception or party." he wrote. "It's false that we will have a honeymoon as the reporter Edgar Hernández mentions, my agenda as the Chiapas governor, will not allow it." As the ceremony ended, white rose petals greeted the now-married couple as indigenous Chamulas were outside waiting.