Monday, 23 November 2020

Former Playboy Bunny Visiting Costa Rica

Ivonne Montero appeared in the magazine in 2017

Mexican actress, model, and singer, best known for playing the leading role in ¡Anita, no te rajes! (“Anita, Don’t Give Up!”) in 2004, Ivonne Montero, and who was the cover of Playboy magazine in 2017, is visiting once again in Costa Rica.

La “guapa” (beauty), who has appeared in many novels, films and plays, once again accepted an invitation from journalist Gabriela Chaves to participate in the VIP Tourism program, which brings celebrities to Tiquicia.

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Ivonne Montero, April 2017

Ivonne had come to Costa Rica a couple of years ago, just after having posed for Playboy Mexico.

 

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On that occasion, Montero visited Cartago, rode on horseback in Turrialba and tanned on Tamarindo beach. This time she will be visiting Sarapiquí and Punta Leona, among other destinations.

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Q Costa Rica
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