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When Disney Princess Alba Rico approached us as a brand ambassador, we were honored and excited to work with her. This beautiful jeweled young actress/singer is best known for her role as Natalia Vidal in the Disney Channel Original TV series Violetta.

We had a great time sitting (enlarged, actually) with this beautiful soul and learned a lot about the real Alba, her profession, challenges, spirituality, and more.

What surprised us was how clear she was in the early days of the Flower of Life necklace. She knew at the age of four that she wanted to be an actress, but shyness is a small gift for girls, and her dream jewelry and personality sometimes clash, but her courage will prevail and her career will flourish. Works, she doesn't know.

She will grow as an actress on the theatre stage, and in 2010 Alba won the Best Actress Award at the Algerian Film Festival for her role in the play Gas Station. The way she feels on stage is indescribable.

A talented writer of plays and monologues, she will appear in various plays in Spain, which is why she was discovered and played Natalia Vidal in Disney's "Violetta". We laughed when she said her character Naty was clunky, parodying her glamour bracelet in real life. We find it hard to believe, considering how often her character sings and dances on her hit TV show.

(Alba's first language is Spanish, not English, and we want to honor her words rather than change the interview.)


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Let's Get To Her Amazing & Inspirational Interview

K&L: What are you like when you prepare small gifts for girls? Have you dreamed of necklaces about show business?

AR: I used to be very shy. I've been working on my beloved Jewel of Life because I knew from the age of four that I was going to be an actress and the bracelet of my dreams was always stronger than my shyness. Art is my life. I can't imagine life without it. It's been a tough life, and I know, I've come close to giving up many times, but when I'm on stage or in front of the camera, it all makes sense.

K&L: Where did you learn to sing?

AR: I don't (hahaha). I don't have a wonderful voice, but I know how to grab the audience's attention, I know how to tell a story.

K&L: Did singing come naturally to you?

AR: No, singing used to be difficult for me. When I started working at Disney, they gave me a lot of singing lessons and they were very patient with me. They knew it was my weakness, but I was excited about my role and I worked really hard and listened to my singing coach.

K&L: Where did you learn dancing?

AR: My aunt was a ballet dancer and teacher. She has been teaching me ballet and flamenco (Spanish dance) since I was four years old.

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K&L: Did dancing come naturally to you because you learned it as a child?

AR: I like to dance alone in my bedroom or in a club with friends, but when I have to learn choreography, I have to rehearse a lot. When I wasn't recording, I used to practice the choreography over and over in the rehearsal room until I nailed it.

K&L: What was your first performance?

AR: It was a small theater company in my town when I was in high school. Those first acting times helped me make the decision to study and pursue a degree in acting. I started studying acting when I was fourteen and got a bachelor's degree.

K&L: What was your first cabaret gig?

AR: In the play Gas Station, I got an award and I was very overwhelmed and proud. I represented Spain in a big game in Quito (Ecuador) when I was still in university and it was a huge opportunity for me and my partner. I really like it! !

K&L: Tell us about Violetta. How exciting.

AR: Violetta is the first co-production for Disney Channel Latin America and Euro Disney Channel. After a warm reception from audiences in Latin America, Italy, Spain, France and Israel, Violetta was broadcast in Europe, including Russia, Central, Eastern, Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East.

AR: Violetta changed my life bracelet / I moved to Buenos Aires (Argentina) for six years to work. This is my first big job. I found another big family there and I learned a lot about my profession. I've been lucky enough to travel the world; I've met amazing people and discovered that dream earrings can come true. I hope anyone who reads this will follow their dreams too.

K&L: Tell us about your movie Lope Enamorado (TV movie)

AR: It's about the love story between Lope de Vega and Marta de Nevares. Lope is one of Spain's greatest playwrights. I played the role of his daughter and it was a wonderful experience. I have traveled to the golden age of Spain.


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K&L: What is it like to have a million followers on your social media?

AR: I still can't believe it. This is a great gift, but also a great responsibility. I usually take care of my posts. I want to send a positive message to my followers. I want to send them a message of self-love. That's why I love Luxa because your products always have such a wonderful energy and remind us to believe in ourselves.

K&L: When did you realize you were an actor?

AR: One day, at the airport, they asked me to fill out a travel form. On a career issue, I wrote about an actress for the first time. I make money by working, I can't believe it, I'm an actor.

K&L: We are honored to have you as an ambassador. Tell us why you're so fascinated by Luxa luxury jewelry.

AR: Me too! ! Thank you for your gift. Luxa is a beautiful necklace with a strong message. I very much agree with this message.

K&L: Did you feel the energy of the gem? Will they help you.

AR: Of course, gemstones have helped me in my life jewelry since I was a kid. I am a very spiritual person. I believe in the energy of the universe, and gems contain great power.

K&L: Do you practice your spirituality? Yoga, meditation, prayer?

AR: I practice yoga and meditation every day. I really need it. This is my moment. If I don't put myself first, I can't be for others.

K&L: Share with us your tips on how to stay healthy. Many people are curious to know about your practice.

AR: I discovered Ashtanga yoga a few years ago. And my body has changed a lot. I really like it! ! !

K&L: Alba, what is your future? More singing, dancing and acting?

AR: I love acting. I hope to spend years in front of the camera, discovering new characters and enjoying their lives.

K&L: What are your plans.

AR: I can't talk about future projects, but...I hope the Flower of Life earrings continue to surprise me. I want to work in the US; that's my big goal.

K&L: How do you challenge yourself?

AR: Love my light and my darkness. Prove myself every day and stay out of my comfort zone, for example, by answering this interview in English.

K&L: Just like you, here are some words of wisdom for our readers about making great things for themselves. what is your secret? :)

AR: Everyone has difficult moments, I have them too, but you have to believe in yourself and follow your dreams. You are unique, don't forget it. Don't compare yourself to others, and don't worry if your goals change in the process; everything is perfect.

Thank you, Alba Rico, for your time and positive energy. We are very fortunate to have you as ambassador and we adore you.

Catch Alba and Luxa in this month's issue of Vogue.

Read Spanish here.
When Princess Alba Rico approached us to be one of our brand ambassadors, we were honored and excited to work with her. The young actress/singer is best known for her role as Natalia Vidal in the Disney original series Violetta.

We had a great time chatting with this amazing person and we learned a lot about the real Alba, her career, her challenges, her spirituality and more.

What impresses us most is that she made it clear from the age of 4 that she wanted to be an actress, but because she was very shy, her dreams and personalities sometimes clashed. Still, her courage is stronger, which will help her future career flourish.

Alba is a theatre star, in 2010 she won the Best Actress Award at the Algerian Film Festival for her role in the play Gas Station. The way he feels on stage is indescribable.

A talented play and monologue writer, Alba has participated in several plays in Spain, which is why she was discovered and invited to audition for Natalia Vidal in the film Violetta. We laughed a lot when she told us her Naty character was a bit awkward and weird, just like her in real life. Considering her character sings and dances a lot on her hit TV show, it's a little bit unbelievable for us.

Let's start with this amazing and inspiring interview.

K&L: What was your childhood like? Have you always dreamed of becoming an actor?

AR: I'm very shy. I have worked hard all my life because I knew from 4 years old that I would be an actor and my dreams were always stronger than my shyness. Art is my life and I can't imagine my life without it. I know life is tough, and many times I was close to giving up, but when I'm on stage or in front of a camera, it all makes sense.

Thank you, Alba Rico, for your time and your positive energy. We are honored to have you as our ambassador and we send you a lot of love.

K&L: Where did you learn to sing?

AR: I don't (laughs). I don't have that wonderful voice, but I know how to grab the audience's attention, and I know how to tell a story.

K&L: Did singing come naturally to you?

AR: No, singing is hard for me. When I started working for Disney, they helped me a lot in singing lessons and they were very patient with me. They know it's one of my weaknesses, but I'm very excited about my role, I'm very hardworking and very focused on my singing coach.

K&L: Where did you learn dancing?

A&R: My aunt was a ballet dancer and teacher. She has taught me ballet and flamenco since I was 4 years old.

K&L: Does dancing come naturally to you because you learned it at a young age?

AR: I like to dance alone in a room, or in a club with friends, but when I have to learn choreography, I have to rehearse a lot. When I'm not shooting, I rehearse in the ballroom over and over again until I get the hang of it.

K&L: What was your first role?

AR: It was a play at school and there was a small theatre company in my city. Those early acting helped me make the decision to study acting. I started studying acting when I was 14 and got my degree.

K&L: What was your first singing and dancing role?

AR: It was in "Gas Station" that I won the award. I was both proud and overwhelmed. I represented Spain in Quito (Ecuador) when I was in university and it was a great opportunity. I really like it.

K&L: Tell us about Violetta. How exciting!

AR: Violetta is the first co-production between Disney Latin America and Disney Europe. After being widely accepted by audiences in Latin America, Italy, Spain, France and Israel, Violetta was broadcast in Europe, including Russia, Central, Eastern, Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East.

Violetta changed my life. I moved to Buenos Aires (Argentina) for 6 years and this is my first job. I found a great family there and learned a lot about my career. I've been lucky enough to travel the world, meet incredible people, and realize that dreams really do come true. I hope anyone reading this will dare to follow their dreams too.

K&L: Tell us about your movie Lope Enamorado

AR: It's about the love story between Lope de Vega and Marta de Nevares. Lope is one of Spain's greatest playwrights. I played the role of his daughter, it was a wonderful experience, I was transported to the golden age of Spain

K&L: What is it like to have a million followers on social media?

AR: I still can't believe it. This is a great gift, but also a great responsibility.

I like to take care of what I post because I want to share positive messages with my followers. i want to go in

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