Aislinn Derbez, Mauricio Ochmann Expecting Baby, Making Eugenio Derbez A Grandfather

Aislinn Derbez, Mauricio Ochmann
The beautiful couple announced that they are expecting their first baby together and in the process making Eugenio Derbez a grandfather. GettyImages

Aislinn Derbez and Mauricio Ochmann announced they are pregnant and expecting a baby soon.  It was the "El Chema" star that broke the news on Instagram by posting a photo of themselves kissing and a little heart on Aislinn's belly. "Thirteen years I go I lived through one of the most marvelous experiences of my life and today once again my heart fills up to relive this beautiful experience with the woman I love," Ochmann wrote.

The "Hazlo Como Hombre" star continued: "This has been a special trip in our lives and because we won't be able to hide it anymore because the baby is growing fast, we wanted you to know through us first. It's something intimate and special that we want to enjoy as a family. Thank you for the respect and good vibes from our friends, family, and everyone that follows us. I love you Aislinn. (We didn't want to give the exclusive [to a magazine] and we decided to use this medium to share future details)."

Aislinn Derbez reposted the message and added: "We are waiting for you with a lot of love. I am very excited to live this for the first time. I love you so much Mauricio."

Eugenio Derbez will be becoming a grandfather soon, but he has not said anything publicly as of yet.

Aislinn and Mauricio were recently promoting their new film "Hazlo Como Hombre," a movie that tackles issues like homophobia. "The overall experience of this movie has been incredible," Ochmann told Latin Times. "It's a movie that covers issues that affect all Latinos. Machismo and these retrograde thoughts that are very primitive. And this homophobic part that exists in society. Although we are in 2017, we continue to have these problems of discrimination for sexual preference, or a racial, ideological, political and religious difference, which seems absurd," adds the actor, who had his first professional role in the United States in the movie "Message in a Bottle."

Although Ochmann is now focusing now in moviemaking, his last role on television was "El Chema" on Telemundo, a character that was losely inspired by Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and spun-off from "El Señor de los Cielos" series. José Maria “Chema” Venegas came into this world in misery but with an apparent magical purpose. He possesses a great capacity for survival and the ability to flee whenever his freedom is in question. An alcoholic, irresponsible and violent father, and a loving, selfless mother, also a victim of her husband’s abuse, influenced the course El Chema’s life would take from early on, giving him a strong personality and deep sense of ambition. From a young age, he knew his father transported drugs for Ricardo Almenar Paiva. And he understood that the drug business meant big money. By the time he was ten years old, El Chema knew that he would be Mexico’s most important and powerful drug lord.  Following in his father’s footsteps, he got his first job working for Ricardo, who became his role model.

Now an adult, El Chema will do anything to reach his goals, even giving up on love. He is careful to stay away from Amanda, Ricardo’s daughter, knowing that Ricardo would kill him if he touched her. El Chema will go out of his way to help his friends and the people who work for him, but he is cold and ruthless toward his enemies. Although a small man, Chema is athletic, very quick, distrustful, a fighter, good with his hands and daring. His vivacity, intelligence and determination allow him to get out of the most dangerous situations. He loves weapons and traffics arms as well as drugs, and he is quick to take advantage of technology to make his operations more effective. If the situation is right, he is willing to give in and negotiate outcomes that will benefit all parties, but if he senses defeat he tends to dig in and reject any dialogue. He is able to repress his emotions if they are obstacles to achieving the money and power he craves. El Chema’s world is divided between loyal allies and powerful enemies to whom he will not yield. Among these enemies is Aurelio Casillas, whom he sets out to destroy as the only man who can outshine him in the world of drug trafficking, where he wants to reign supreme.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.