Some devoted fans of a co-host of “The View” are concerned after a series of social media posts.
The fans have been worried by Ana Navarro’s posts in which she documented her experiences at a multi-day Indian wedding.
The Democratic pundit was smiling and wearing a gold-colored dress in the story question, making it almost certain that the reference to an ambulance was an exaggeration.
In another post, Navarro suggested the stream of social events associated with the event was exhausting.
“@chacha_cardenas and I gonna be in bed all day, until I have to get up for Day 4 of #sharikaandjonathan Indian Wedding.”
“I swear, next week I’m not participating in any social activities that require lashes and/or spanx. I mean it, this time.”
At least one fan urged her to “rest up.”
“But we all know how loved you are and how much everyone wants to be around you so just get some rest and then party on girl,” the commenter wrote.
Navarro appeared in more jubilant spirits in other posts, often wearing decorative South Asian clothing.
Navarro shared imagery from a wedding that appeared opulent in scale — perhaps living up to her account of over-the-top ceremony and celebration.
“That’s a wrap. If you haven’t been to an Indian Wedding, you’ve been deprived,” Navarro said of the festivities, indicating they ended on Sunday.
“Make some wedding-age Indian friends pronto, and start practicing the moves. I can’t remember the last time I had so many consecutive glorious days of so much fun and color.”
Many Indian weddings are noted for their splendor, according to Brides, a website that centers on wedding celebrations.
The ceremonies — which vary in accordance with local customs — often include several days of events and celebrations, featuring long guest lists and extravagant outfits.
Navarro, a nominal Republican, is known for hectoring conservative guests (and even former co-host Meghan McCain) on “The View.”
.@ananavarro: “Fox News, every single day, goes after Kamala Harris — trying to portray her as inept and some kind of bumbling fool. She’s not!”
“They’ve got to stop playing into the hands of these people who can not stand that she is the first woman of color Vice President!” pic.twitter.com/QET8UZPp6G
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) March 13, 2023
In 2008, according to her ABC News biography, she was national Hispanic co-chair for GOP nominee John McCain’s presidential campaign. She began making regular appearances on the talk show in 2018 and officially joined the cast in 2022.