At this moment your life becomes history and, therefore, your life does not continue the same", those were the evocative words of Father José Aguilera on January 20, 1971 in Illescas, Toledo, when they said "yes, I want " Isabel Preysler and Julio Iglesias. Not yet 20 years old, the young Filipino beauty wore a classic wedding dress made of silk crepe with a wide satin band encircling the waist, by couturier Pedro Rodríguez. That day, the rain, the limp bridal bouquet and the discreet but incipient belly under the dress closed the list of unwanted guests.
On June 10, the famous Filipina will marry her last marriageable daughter, Tamara Flacó, who is already in New York for the Carolina Herrera firm to make her a new dress after the dramatic break with Sophie et Voilà. She had chosen that Spanish firm and, according to the Marquise de Griñón, they have left her "composed and without a dress" for not wanting to comply with her picky requests. She is sure that in this matter she has asked her mother for advice, since she is an expert in advertising and fashion, but she is not in terms of bridal looks, because she only wore bridal white at the wedding of she with Julio Iglesias.
For her second nuptials with Tamara's father, Carlos Falcó, Marquis of Griñon, Isabel chose a short salmon-colored silk dress made by designer Jorge Gonçalvez. That March 23, 1980, the protagonist arrived at the Malpica de Tajo hermitage, also in Toledo, three quarters of an hour late and Los de Río performed the rociera mass, but there is no public graphic trace of all this, since it was a Secret wedding in the strictest privacy that was not the cover of the greeting magazine.
His third wedding, although also intimate and secret, together with Miguel Boyer, did make it to the cover of ¡Hola! despite the fact that it was said that neither the children of the new couple were aware of the link. They were married in the courts on Calle Pradillo in Madrid on January 2, 1988. She chose a very atypical bridal look, a charcoal gray suit with puffed sleeves and trimmed in leather. She didn't carry a bouquet either, and in her place she wore a black leather handbag. She with Mario Vargas Llosa she did not get married.
But before becoming infatuated with the Nobel Prize, Isabel married her eldest daughter, Chábeli Iglesias, twice. First, on September 11, 1993, at a fairytale wedding with Ricardo Bofill Jr. at the Ricardo Bofill Architecture Workshop, in Sant Just Desvern. For her big day, Chábeli chose a strapless dress with lace ruffles and lace from the firm Dafnis that did not fit very well with the minimalist and industrial setting where the wedding was held. For her second wedding in October 2001 with Christian Altaba, already three months pregnant, she wore an ivory textured suit jacket.
At the most recent wedding, that of Ana Boyer, the bride opted for a suit from the Pronovias firm. It was on December 7, 2017 when the youngest of the clan put land in between fleeing paparazzi and chose the emblematic island of Mustique, in the Caribbean, to celebrate her wedding with tennis player Fernando Verdasco. Her bridal look consisted of a strapless neckline, with a sweetheart cut and a mermaid silhouette. It was made with an embroidery in mother-of-pearl sequins and crystal rhinestones with guipure applications. From the muffs, which she took off after the ceremony, she hung a tulle veil more than three meters long.