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Lilita de la Fuente, the girl from the Polystel commercial, died of a heart attack


Lilita de la Fuente passed away at the age of 37. (Photo: Facebook Capture)

Regrettable. Lilita de la Fuente, the girl of the remembered Polystel commercial from the 90s, passed away on Friday, November 19 at the age of 37.

User Frank Rivers released the news on Facebook. According to the young man, Lilita died last Friday of a heart attack.

“Sad news, the girl Polystel from Universal Textil passed away, the one who remains young, even though the years go by. And from various commercials such as Danish, Pepsi and more. Even member of Nubeluz “the user wrote on his platform.

“Goodbye Lilita de la Fuente Carmelino, you leave a deep hole in our SNJ school and in the fans of classic TV commercials. Fly high, you will always stay young, even if the years go by. RIP”added.

On the other hand, the news of his death was also confirmed by the Facebook and Instagram account of the Nubeluz club, of which he was a part of his childhood as a former member of Los Dicolines.

“In memory of Lilita de la Fuente, our dicoline who today went to heaven”She pointed out the message on social networks that accompanies a photo from when she was a child.

Actors like Germán Loero added to the condolences and shared a heartfelt message on social networks. “Eternal respects for the family and friends of Lilita de la Fuente, who passed away a few days ago, her image accompanied us for a long time on screens and the pain of loss is felt. My prayers are with yours “He noted in his post.

LILITA, THE POYLSTER GIRL

As it is remembered, Lilita de la Fuente Carmelino was the Polystel girl who appeared in the advertising of this textile in the 90s.

Many Peruvians remember her wearing a colored hat, her black uniform and her glasses, clothing that she used to promote the products of the defunct Universal Textil under the phrase: “He stays young, even though the years go by”.

It should be noted that Lilita was not only part of Polystel’s commercials, she also advertised brands such as Danesa, Pepsi, among others. In addition, he participated in the video clip for “Solo un beso” with Almendra Gomesky and Mónica Santa María.

In her later years she worked as a fitness entrepreneur with her own company “Lilita Fit”; and as a Cardio Dance teacher at the Manuel Bonilla Sports Complex in Miraflores.

Through her social networks, Lilita de la Fuente used to share photos and videos of her different activities.

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