Isabel Preysler’s engagement with politician Mario Vargas Llosa has come to an end. Since 2013, they had been romantically involved. Preysler revealed to HOLA! Spain that they have chosen to split up:
“I don’t want to make any pronouncements, and I’ll be grateful for any assistance from my friends and the media in assisting us with our choice.”
Mario has returned to his old Puerta del Sol home in Madrid. Before their breakup, the couple lived together in Puerta de Hierro. The former couple initially met on a trip to see Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace in 2013. They ultimately started dating.
Isabel Preysler’s net worth
From 1971 until 1979, Preysler was married to singer, composer, and footballer Julio Iglesias. She then married Carlos Falcó, 5th Marquess of Grión, in 1980, but the couple separated after five years. She later married Spanish economist and politician Miguel Boyer, with whom she was married until his death in September 2014. Isabel Preysler’s television appearances have contributed to her total riches. She was also a model, and after graduating, she worked as a writer for the Spanish magazine Hola!. Her net worth is estimated to be $30 million.
Preysler has presented programs such as Hoy en Casa and worked as a spokesmodel for corporations and fashion designers such as Ferrero Rocher, Chrysler Cars, Suarez Jewelry, and others. She received the Women Together Award in 2006 and was a special guest of Prince Charles at Clarence House in 2007. Isabel is the mother of five children, four of whom are today successful in their respective fields.
Enrique Iglesias is a well-known singer and composer who has collaborated with record labels such as Universal Music Group, Interscope Records, Republic Records, Sony Music, and others. He has featured in two TV sitcoms, How I Met Your Mother and Two and a Half Men, as well as films such as Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico.
Julio Iglesias Jr., Isabel Preysler’s second son, is also a singer known for albums such as Under My Eyes, Tercera Dimension, and Por la Mitad. The 49-year-old has also achieved success with hits such as Nothing Else, Bous les femmes, Amo di te, I Wonder, and others. Isabel’s daughter, Chabeli Iglesias, is a writer and socialite who has been on magazine covers. Tamara Falco, her second daughter, is well-known for her participation in reality series such as We Love Tamara, Soy Noticia, Volverte a ver, and others. Vargas Llosa, on the other hand, has had two marriages. He married Bolivian writer Julia Urquidi in 1955, and they were married for nine years. In 1965, he married Patricia Llosa, with whom he divorced in 2015.