Beauty queens from Argentina, Puerto Rico announce marriage after meeting at pageant in Spain with family connections to the country
‘We are so happy!’: The happy couple met on Spanish television show ‘La Grandeza’ and their families were so impressed they helped to arrange the nuptials
A beauty queen from Argentina, along with her Spanish-born husband, have announced their plans to get married.
The former Miss Rosario and Miss España, a 23-year-old beauty queen from Córdoba, Argentina, told El Comercio a month ago she had been engaged to be married at the Royal Palace in Madrid.
Her publicist confirmed today that the pair had announced their engagement on Spanish television show ‘La Grandeza.’
A family with ties to Argentina and Spain arranged the nuptials.
The TV show producer confirmed that the couple were now engaged.
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A family with ties to Argentina and Spain arranged the nuptials. The TV show producer confirmed that the couple were now engaged. The bride is seen wearing an outfit with a train
The beauty queen, who is the sister of a Miss World Argentina and the mother of a Miss World Puerto Rico, told El Comercio last month the couple were planning to marry.
They revealed the news of their plans in an interview with the Argentine publication on January 29.
The pair announced the news in a televised interview. The family said they would hold their nuptials at the Royal Palace in Madrid, the Crown Prince of Spain’s official residence.
The couple are Spanish citizens.
It was a day of joyous celebration for the couple and their families, with the beauty queen and her family arriving at the Palace on Wednesday afternoon on a private plane. By the end of the day, the palace said they were going to be married.
Their wedding reception is set to be held in the palace in Madrid, which is in the city’s historic Plaza de España.
The couple said their nuptials in the palace would be held on 22 November, or the day following the Feast of San Juan, the patron saint of both Spain and Puerto Rico.
The crown prince, who has close ties to Spain through his mother and grandmother