Adan Allende appears to be drawing boundaries with his parents on 'Mexican Dynasties.'
Sometimes being part of a famous family isn't all it's cracked up to be.
ET has an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's season finale of Mexican Dynasties, in which Adan Allende candidly opens up about growing up in the shadow of his father, music and TV icon Fernando Allende.
"I feel like these whole 27 years, it's been, like, such a pressure to be my dad's son," the aspiring musician reveals during a jam session with his brother, Elan, and Elan's wife, Jenny.
"I gave up on that a long time ago," Elan says.
"I just feel like I'm taking a vacation from being Fernando Allende's son," Adan confesses, after spending most of the season embracing his intensely close relationship with his parents.
For Elan and Jenny, who created a little distance from Fernando and his wife, Mari, Adan's independence is something to be celebrated.
"We're getting him out of my parents' grip. This is maybe the beginning of Adan's independence. I don't know, but it's looking good," Elan tells the camera.
"Adan is trying to take a major step in the right direction. And he's so loving, he has so much love to give, but he will never be with anybody, he will end up alone, if he doesn't draw the line and set up some boundaries," Jenny adds.
While Adan may be trying to create some boundaries on Mexican Dynasties, his close bond with his parents prevails. In fact, Adan recently interviewed Fernando and Mari for ET -- and asked his father all about his legacy.
"I'm gonna [reach the] 50-year [mark] in this industry... When I have my two kids and my family part of the tradition of who we are, of course, it is a legacy. Of course, I'm very proud of it," Fernando said. "But remember, we as parents, we never, never pushed Adan and Elan, we never pushed them to be part of the industry."
"I love [Adan] because you care for us so much and you're not ashamed or scared to show it. You kiss us, you hug us, you talk to us, you listen to us," Fernando shared.
"And you respect your parents as well as you respect others," Mari added.
The season finale of Mexican Dynasties airs Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. See more on the Allende family in the video below.
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