Krysten Alyce Ritter, an American actress, model, musician and author. Ritter is known for her roles as lead superhero Jessica Jones on the Marvel series Jessica Jones, came to spend her vacations Yucatán and she has stated on her Instagram account to be “addicted” to Chile Habanero.
Ritter, pretty well known in Mexico known for her participation in several series, did not hesitate to claim that she really loves the habanero chile sauce.
“Jessica Jones” uploaded to her Instagram account a photo with the following caption: I got hot sauce in my bag (I have hot sauce in my bag).
The sauce seen in the image is from the well-known El Yucateco brand, which is made in Mérida and exported to several countries around the world.
Krysten Ritter is known for her roles as the heroine Jessica Jones in the Netflix series Jessica Jones and The Defenders; Jane Margolis in Breaking Bad, and Chloe in the comedy series Do not Trust the B– in Apartment 23. She has also featured in several films and has had supporting roles in other television series.
The actress joins the group of celebrities who have shared on Instagram photos of their trips to Yucatán these days.
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