The wedding of Ignacio del Pino, son of the president of Ferrovial, and Pilar Montes Yebra: all the photos

Ignatius of the Pine Fernandez-Fontecha y Pilar Montes Yebra They are already husband and wife. For the del Pino family, this Saturday, September 23, has been a very special day because the second of the sons of Rafael del Pino, president of Ferrovial, has said ‘I do’ to Pilar Montes Yebra. The financier and his fiancée celebrated their wedding surrounded by their loved ones and some 600 guests who gathered at the church of San Bartolomé Apóstol (16th century), in Retuerta del Bullaque (Ciudad Real).

Afterwards, the couple and their guests moved to the El Cerrón estate, where a cocktail and then a meal took place. It was the father, Rafael del Pino, who served as the perfect host.

Ignacio is the only one of Rafael del Pino’s three children from his first marriage who has inherited his father’s profession. At 34 years old, Ignacio serves as representative of the new Spanish branch in Holland, which is already bringing joy to the company, as well as corporate financial director of Ferrovial. His older brother, Rafael, 36, works in the family office, and Juan, 30, is a boat design professional.

Rafael del Pino Calvo-Sotelo is one of the main fortunes of Spain, with assets estimated at almost 10,000 million euros. The president of Ferrovial followed in the footsteps of his father, who founded the company in 1952. Rafael del Pino He has four siblings: María, Joaquín, Leopoldo and Fernando. After being widowed by Cristina Fernández-Fontecha in 1998, he married Astrid Gil-Casares in 2006, with whom he was married for ten years. They have three daughters.

The bride’s dress

The bride wore a simple dress, with a very long veil: a dress with a long straight skirt that she combined with a kind of transparent blazer with embroidery. The skirt had a back opening on which gray satin fabric stood out. The design, with a strapless body, was topped with another transparent one, with French sleeves and colorful embroidery. For her shoes, she has opted for gold color and wide heel and platform. The bouquet of purple wildflowers completed her elegant look. The bride arrived in a classic car, and she was helped by her godfather and her sister to place the long veil before entering the church.

Almost 600 guests

We have seen well-known faces attend, such as María del Pino, sister of the president of Ferrovial; Ana Gamazo, wife of businessman Juan Abelló; María Juncadella, daughter of the businessman José María Juncadella and Princess Cristina of Hohenlohe-Langenburg; Alberto Cortina and his wife Elena Cué; Felipe Cortina; Miriam Lapique among other attendees, Ignacio and Pilar have sealed their love. The great absentee has been the groom’s mother, Cristina Fernández-Fontecha, who tragically died in a boat accident in the Balearic Islands in 1998.

María del Pino, sister of the president of Ferrovial, wearing golden platform sandals. She has chosen for the occasion an ecru dress, with a crossed V-neckline and a tube skirt below the knee, crossed and with a front opening.

Ana Gamazo, Juan Abelló’s wife, and María Juncadella, daughter of the textile businessman José María Juncadella and Princess Cristina of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, have arrived together. The Marchioness of Belvís (title she holds after the death of her sister Alexandra in May 2021), was wearing a white dress with a navy blue print, long sleeves and a pleated skirt, combined with a matching hat. Juncadella has opted for a metallic body and pants set and an ecru-colored jacket and black pointed-toe, slingback, high-heeled platform shoes.

Alberto Cortina has arrived surrounding his wife by the waist. Elena Cué has opted for a mauve satin dress with a fitted midi skirt with a rope-shaped belt and a short-sleeved bodice gathered on her shoulder, with a matching hat. She has completed her outfit with some pink pumps. Miriam Lapique wore a long-sleeved dress and midi skirt in orange and printed.

Successor of his father

Ignacio studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at MIT in Boston, like his father, and completed an MBA at Stanford. He began his professional career in the City of London at JP Morgan and OakTree. He has also worked at Cintra, Ferrovial’s toll road subsidiary.

His wife, Pilar Montes Yebra, has been working since April 2022 in the marketing and business development department of White &Case. He studied in Madrid, at the British Council, and graduated in Law and International Relations at Icade, with a postgraduate degree at the Paris Nanterre University. She has a master’s degree in law and worked at the Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo law firm and at Deutsche Bank. Two years ago, she was working in Texas, where she worked at Santander Consumer. Ignacio, who was already his boyfriend, frequently traveled to Dallas since Ferrovial develops a significant number of projects there.