Who is Marta Coloret, Alfonso Rueda's wife: a journey through the life of the Galician president

After the Galician elections, held this Sunday, the Popular Party, with Alfonso Ruedahas managed to revalidate the absolute majority in this region, getting 40 seats out of the total of 75 that the Galician Parliament has.

Rueda has been married for 24 years Marta Coloret, whom he met more than 35 years ago. “The version for my parents, the family… was that we met in college, that we both studied law and were in the same course. But It was at a party in Santiago, where a mutual friend introduced us“, Coloret herself revealed in a video shared on the Popular Party's social networks before the elections were held. Rueda studied Law at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC).

They married in 2000, thus laying the first foundations of their consolidated marriage. They are parents of two daughters. The oldest, Beatriz, is 21 years old and the youngest, Marta, 19. This Saturday, on the day of reflection, the entire family went for a walk along Monte Pedroso, in Santiago de Compostela. “Family,” the politician wrote on his social networks.

The leader of the popular Galicians also traveled to the Pontevedra town of Marín, where tribute was paid to the victims of the fishing boat 'Villa de Pitanxo', which sank in the waters of Newfoundland, in Canada, two years ago. He did it under the position of president of the Xunta. In the afternoon he was also in Vigo, at the Balaídos stadium, to watch Real Club Celta and FC Barcelona, ​​which ended 1-2 in favor of the Blaugranas. The candidates of the other two parties represented in the Galician Parliament, Ana Pontón (BNG) and José Ramón Gómez Besteiro (PSdeG-PSOE), also attended to cheer on Celta in the league match.

After the recount and the victory of the popular party, Rueda shared a video in which he appeared merging in a very significant hug with his wife and daughters. “Elas” (Them), he wrote next to a blue heart. The Popular Party of Galicia He has been presiding over the Xunta for almost 40 years. Rueda entered the presidency after the departure of Alberto Núñez Feijóo to Madrid to assume the national leadership of the Popular Party.