Wedding in sight. The mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, is marrying his girlfriend Teresa Urquijo next year, a 26-year-old Madrid native, from the Borbón family, as reported by Beatriz Cortázar on Jiménez Losantos’ program on esRadio. The wedding will take place at the Los Molinillos estate, property of the bride’s family, in Navalagamella, in Madrid. It is a beautiful municipality located in the Sierra Oeste, which is home to, among other natural attractions, the ecological route of the Molinos del Río Perales.
Time flies and so does the future of this relationship. Last June, the head of the Madrid council, Martínez-Almeida, 48, chose the Las Ventas Bullring to present his girlfriend to society. They were the first photos together. As they slid us into this digital, people around him commented that he “is crazy.”
Teresa Urquijo studied a double degree in Law and Business Administration at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICADE. Almeida, who won an absolute majority in the Madrid City Council in June, decided to make their relationship official. Coup de effect, or not, the truth is that the mayor of the capital chose Las Ventas and the traditional Corrida de la Prensa. A very important afternoon at the San Isidro Fair that also had the attendance of Felipe VI alone (without Doña Letizia). It so happens that Teresa is a family member of the Borbón family, according to what was published The debate. His father is Lucas Urquijo and his mother, Beatriz Moreno y de Borbón, granddaughter of Teresa de Borbón-Dos Sicilias y Borbón-Parma, cousin of Juan Carlos I. Among those invited to the wedding, it is likely that we will see Isabel Díaz Ayuso, great friend of the mayor, and perhaps a member of the Borbón family.