Ana Boyer Biography

Ana Boyer is a Spanish socialite and the half-sister of pop star Enrique Iglesias. Check out this biography to know about his birthday, childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about him.

Ana Boyer
Quick Facts

Birthday: April 18, 1989

Nationality: Spanish

Famous: Socialites Spanish Women

Age: 30 Years, 30 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Aries

Also Known As: Ana Boyer Preysler

Famous as: Socialite

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Fernando Verdasco (m. 2017)

father: Miguel Boyer

mother: Isabel Preysler

siblings: Chabeli Iglesias, Enrique Iglesias, Jr., Julio Iglesias, Laura Boyer Arnedo, Miguel Boyer Arnedo, Tamara Falcó

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Ana Boyer Preysler is a Spanish socialite, Instagram star, and social media influencer. She is the daughter of the economist and politician Miguel Boyer and socialite and television host Isabel Preysler. Through her mother, she is the younger half-sister of pop star Enrique Iglesias. Boyer grew up in a powerful and affluent family and went on to study law and business administration and management as she possessed the same interest for finance and administration as her father. Boyer subsequently took up an internship in New York and another in Sao Paolo. Despite hailing from one of the most prominent families of Spain, Boyer had maintained a low profile for the most part of her life. She did attend various events with her mother and half-sister, Tamara Falcó, but that had been the extent of her exposure to the spotlight. However, that changed after she began dating tennis star Fernando Verdasco, who is a very popular athlete in Spain. In 2017, they got married. Boyer is quite popular on Instagram and receives thousands of likes on each of her posts on the platform.

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Ana Boyer
Childhood, Family & Personal Life
  • Ana Boyer was born on April 18, 1989, in Spain, to Miguel Boyer and Isabel Preysler. Miguel was Isabel’s third husband. Isabel had been previously married to Spanish singer-songwriter, Julio Iglesias, from 1971 to 1979 and then to the Marquis of Griñón, Carlos Falcó, from 1980 to 1985. Her marriage with Iglesias produced three children, two sons, Enrique Iglesias and Julio Iglesias, Jr. and one daughter, Chabeli Iglesias. During the years she was married to the marquis, she gave birth to a daughter named Tamara Falcó.
  • Miguel, on the other hand, had been previously married once, to gynaecologist and writer Elena Arnedo from 1964 to 1985. They had two children together, son Miguel Boyer Arnedo and daughter Laura Boyer Arnedo.
  • Miguel and Isabel married in 1987. A renowned economist who had worked as the director of planning for Union Explosivos Rio Tinto and as a senior economist at the Bank of Spain, Miguel had also served as the minister of economy, treasury and commerce of Spain from 1982 to 1985. Isabel was born in the Philippines but later moved to Spain and eventually received Spanish citizenship. She had been a famous model during her youth and still is a national spokesmodel for brands like Ferrero Rocher, Suárez jewellery, Manolo Blahnik shoes, Chrysler cars, and Porcelanosa tiles. She later became a journalist and television host and has been involved with several philanthropic organisations.
  • Some of Ana’s half-siblings are famous in their own rights. Both Julio Jr. and Enrique are popular signers. Julio Jr. won the CMT competition ‘Gone Country’ in 2008 and has put out four albums to date, including ‘Latin Lovers’, a 2014 compilation album that was produced by M6 or Metropole Television. Enrique is widely considered the King of Latin Pop. Active in the industry since 1994, he has released ten studio albums and five compilation albums. In 1997, he received the Grammy Award for the Best Latin Pop Album for his 1995 self-titled album. Chabeli has followed in her mother’s footsteps into a career as a journalist. Ana’s frequent companion to various events, Tamara, is also a popular Instagrammer.
  • Ana was an exemplary student and truly thrived during her academic life. She not only graduated with a law degree but also earned another degree in business administration and management.
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Career
  • At one point, Ana did a course in San Diego, California, the United States of America and later interned at an office of Banco Santander in New York. For another summer internship, she travelled to Sao Paolo, Brazil. She can communicate in English fluently and can also speak Portuguese.
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Later Years
  • For the majority of her life, Ana had maintained a low profile. However, over the years, she made sporadic public appearances alongside her mother and half-siblings, especially Tamara.
  • In 2013, she began dating Spanish tennis star Fernando Verdasco. A native of Madrid, Verdasco began playing when he was four years old. In 2001, he became a professional. He has played a pivotal role in Spain’s 2008, 2009, and 2011 Davis Cup wins. In April 2009, he was ranked a career-best No. 7 in the world singles ranking.
  • Ana has accompanied Verdasco to various public events, including the wedding of Feliciano Lopez and Alba Carrillo, held in Toledo in July 2015. In 2014, Ana lost her father to pulmonary embolism. During this period, she and Verdasco grew even closer. In October 2015, they moved in together in an attic in the centre of Madrid. They got married in December 2017, on the island of Mustique, in the Caribbean. They currently reside in Doha, Qatar.
  • In late 2018, it was announced that she is pregnant with their first child.
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Last Updated
- December 13, 2018
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