The first gay tronista of Men and women made a gesture of really big heart and love and saved his sister’s life, giving her a kidney. Alessandro D’Amico kept his promise to his mother 20 years ago, when he was unable to save her.
Alessandro D’Amico, ex tronista of Men and women, has saved his life to his sister. The boy, who in 2018 inaugurated the gay throne of Maria De Filippi, confessed on Instagram that he donated a kidney to his sister. The girl was in danger of dying and he did not allow it. Not only brotherly love, but also one promise he had done to hers mom when she was only twenty and failed to save her life
The tronista keeps his promise
D’Amico managed to keep the promise he had made. Here’s what he wrote in the Instagram post:
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“A promise I made to myself. When at 20 you realize be useless and not to be able to do nothing to save our mother. Slowly I watched the months, the years steal away the most precious thing I had and leave me a void that even today I am not able to fill! “
But this time things had to go differently and he had the chance to change his sister’s “destiny”:
“This time I said no! This time I didn’t run away. Fear was not the master, on the contrary, love was the only beacon that enlightened my path .. A very different path but still united by the same essence. A +
Here we go…”
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Alessandro then posted in his Instagram Stories two shots that portray him in the hospital, one while he is in bed, but makes the sign of victory with his hand, the other is smiling already sitting in the armchair. He is proud of the gesture he made. Is happy.