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Joanna Garcia Covers 'Latina' Magazine April 2011

Joanna Garcia Covers 'Latina' Magazine April 2011

Newlywed Joanna Garcia graces the cover of Latina magazine’s April 2011 issue, on newsstands Tuesday (March 15)!

Here’s what the 31-year-old Better with You actress had to share:

On her favorite wedding moment: “The minute I saw Nick at the end of the aisle, as I was walking towards him with my father on my arm – I’ll never forget it.”

On marriage: “I have a very realistic image of what marriage should be. It takes effort but it shouldn’t be the hardest thing that you do. The key to our relationship is just an extreme amount of respect for each other.”

On athletes & fidelity: “Monogamy is a tricky thing. I don’t think it’s for everyone, but I’ve chosen that life and there’s no question in my relationship.”

On the honeymoon phase: “We’re doing it all the time! I mean, c’mon, he married a girl in her 30s!”

On their future: “We would like to start trying [to have a baby] as soon as we can.”

On being naughty & nice: “I fancy myself to be quite sexy at times – I’m as naughty as I am sweet!”

For more from Joanna, visit Latina.com!

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everyone need to chill!!!!! It’s obvious Tricia is not being racist, why are people so sensitive. i thought the same as her, when i realized this actress is Latina. i assumed she was Caucasian with the blonde hair and all and she played Reba’s daughter. Most people im sure assumed she’s caucasian too. what’s the big deal? on tv the Latina’s we see all got dark hair and sometimes tanner skin.

The problem is that she actually IS White and she IS Caucasian and there are some dummies here saying that they assumed she was White/Caucasian, “but she’s actually Latina”! Well, SHE’S BOTH!
She IS White! What’s wrong with you people? Being Hispanic doesn’t make her not White! You all assumed correctly when you assumed she was White, since that’s what she is, so you should have written “oh, I assumed she was of Anglo-Saxon descent, not Spanish.” THEN you’d be writing it correctly.
I got the point you girls were making, I’m just trying to explain where you were wrong. It’s almost unbelievable that someone would say that just because she’s Hispanic she’s automatically a non-White person! She’s still as White as Reba, she just has a different background, just like a German has a different background from a Czech!
It’s really not that hard to understand.

What’s even more surprising is that there was some Brazilian here saying that Brazilians are Hispanic (the spoken language in Brazil is Portuguese, just in case there’s someone here who doesn’t already know that)! I was shocked to see that a Brazilian doesn’t know that Brazilians can’t possibly be Hispanic since Spanish is NOT our mother language (unless it’s a Brazilian with Hispanic parents, but she wasn’t speaking of that)!
Maybe that person isn’t even actually Brazilian…

Anyway, I’m just trying to clarify everything. XOXO!

@Ur Ignorant: @Ur Ignorant:

Zoe SALDANA is not African American [or black a you PC put it.], her last name in itself proves it, the girl looks like it but she’s Latino. Now who’s ignorant.

@Sabrina:

Zoe Saldana is a Latino of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent. Latino is not a race but a culture and ethnicity. Zoe Saldana is racially of the Black race but she is not African American.

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