Following her Super Bowl halftime performance, Rihanna’s reign continues with a brand new Fenty advert that includes married former magnificence queens Miss Argentina and Miss Puerto Rico.
Mariana Varela of Argentina and Fabiola Valentín of Puerto Rico revealed in November that they were married after holding their relationship personal. The previous magnificence queens at the moment are serving to debut Rihanna’s magnificence model’s new fragrance, Fenty Eau de Parfum.
The spot tells the love story of how they first met in Thailand whereas competing within the Miss Grand International magnificence pageant.
In a voiceover and over the backdrop of a sequence of romantic photographs, the 2 focus on how they have been “inseparable” after they first linked regardless of competing in opposition to each other and the way they bonded over the little issues, “like how we like our espresso.”
The couple share intimate moments, together with holding palms as they stroll on a seashore, cuddling, sharing a hammock and stealing kisses. They describe how their “lovely friendship” continues to develop as wives and the way “magical” it’s to seek out somebody like that in life.
Towards the tip of the advert, the couple describe the brand new fragrance as having a “woodsy vibe” and “candy however tender on the similar time.” “You prefer it?” Varela asks as she leans in for a kiss. “Sure,” Valentín says laughing softly. “Rather a lot,” she continues because the Fenty brand seems.
Valentín wrote on Instagram about how particular it was to work for the model and described the expertise as “lovely when two our bodies come along with love.”
One commenter wrote that their love story must be written right into a e book, swearing to purchase it. One other commenter wrote, “I like this. Somebody must make a sequence about their love,” and one different wrote, “OMG!! I’m getting goosebumps!! What a fantastic option to begin my day.”
Varela and Valentín acquired married in October in Puerto Rico. Similar-sex marriage has been authorized in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, since 2015 because of the U.S. Supreme Courtroom’s choice in Obergefell v. Hodges. It’s also authorized in Varela’s dwelling nation of Argentina.