Jose Ron, Ariadne Diaz Break Up: ‘La Mujer Del Vendaval’ Actors Call It Quits

Jose Ron, Ariadne Diaz Break Up
The couple that fell in love during the taping of "La Mujer del Vendaval" have called it quits. Televisa

José Ron and Ariadne Díaz are no longer a couple and have ended their relationship. Mexican tabloid magazine, TV Notas, confirmed the news citing major and frequent arguments. The pair of actors met and fell in love when they were both filming the telenovela "La Mujer del Vendaval." Many speculated that it was only a showmance and it would end as soon as the soap stopped airing, but they manged to stay strong up until Christmas time when they decided to split.

The couple had taken a big step and announced late last year they were living together to see how their relationship worked out. The major strain was probably the fact that Diaz was living abroad and taking acting classes with distance most likely the cause that ultimately took a toll on the relationship. Ron and Diaz have not talked about the separation, but "Formula Espectacular" reporters confirm the break-up as they maintain a close relationship with both parties. The news comes right when Ariadne released some steamy pictures for H Magazine in Mexico. The sexy photo set has Diaz in skimpy outfits showing off her worked out and toned bod. (See picture below)

Just yesterday José posted pictures of him skydiving with friends like actor Sebastián Rulli, who is also single after his break up with Aracely Arambula. The boys enjoyed the thrilling adventure up in the sky and the photos are proof of that. Ron who was supposted to star in the telenovela "Madre Sustituta" found out late last year that the project had been canceled. "It has been cancelled," he told an "Hoy" reporter. "It had a lot to do with the topic of the telenovela that was something inadequate for the network and for the time-slot... they did not accept the story." The drama centered on a couple that desperately tries to conceive a child and resort to a surrogate mother that ends up being involved with the family after she delivers the baby. Apparently this was too provocative for Televisa viewers who are accustomed to watching telenovelas that are more superficial where the poor girl ends up with the rich heartthrob or finds out she is an heir to millions of pesos from an estranged father.

 

 

 

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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.