Julio Iglesias is known as a singer. He is most famous for his song, "To All the Girls I've Loved Before."
Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva, was born on September 23, 1943 in Madrid, Spain. His family lived in an upper-white collar class neighborhood. In the wake of completing his secondary school training, Iglesias proceeded to study law at the encouraging of his father. In the meantime, he played on the junior backup squad of the well known Real Madrid professional football club. His desire of turning into a professional football player finished when he turned out to be partially paralyzed in his mid twenties in light of a spinal tumor.
Iglesias was sent to study English in the United Kingdom. During that time he wrote his first single, "La vida sigue igual" ("Life Goes on as Usual"), with which he won a Spanish tune rivalry in 1968. Iglesias kept on writing and performing music, discharging his first album collection, Yo canto, in 1969. This denoted the start of a constant flow of collections and LPs over the next decades.
In 2010, the popular Spanish singer Julio Iglesias married Dutch model Miranda Rijnsburger, his partner for as long as 20 years. The singer reported the marriage in an announcement to Spanish papers. The wedding occurred at the Virgen del Carmen church in the southern stream set hotel of Marbella. Rev. Roberto Rojo Aguado was one of three clerics who praised the service. He said the function was attended by two observers and the couple's five children. Iglesias was recently married to Isabel Preysler, with whom he had three children.
In July 2019, A Spanish court decided that the pop star Julio Iglesias is the biological father of a 42-year old man whose mother said she had a secret relationship with the singer during the 1970s. For a situation that has delayed for a long time, a judge in Valencia decided that Javier Sánchez Santos, who presently lives in Italy, is the Spanish singer's child regardless of Iglesias declining to give a DNA test.
The judge's choice depended on the declaration of María Edite, a former ballet performer, who said she had a one week relationship with Iglesias in Sant Feliu de Guíxols on the Costa Brava in 1975 and that Santos was born because of that relationship. The case had just been expelled in 1992 yet Santos' legal advisor, Fernando Osuna, demanded DNA proof procured by a criminologist.
|23 Sep, 1943
|Complutense University of Madrid
|Spanish recording artist; singer-songwriter
Miranda Rynsburger [M. 2010]
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