Isabel Preysler

Filipino Television Host
Born Feb 18, 1951

María Isabel Preysler Arrastía, better known as Isabel Preysler, is a Filipino-Spanish journalist, socialite, and television host.

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1951 Birth Born on February 18, 1951.


1970 19 Years Old Preysler began working as a journalist for Spanish celbrity-news magazine ¡Hola! in 1970, and her first interviewee was her future husband Julio Iglesias.


1980 29 Years Old Preysler married the Marques de Griñón, Carlos Falcó on 23 March 1980. … Read More


1982 31 Years Old After they had divorced and moved on, in 1982 she sent her children away to Miami to live with their father because of kidnapping threats she was receiving.
1984 33 Years Old In 1984, she hosted a Spanish lifestyle television programme, Hoy en Casa, and has hosted and appeared in various programs since.


2001 50 Years Old In May 2001, she was Prince Charles' guest of honour for the opening of his Spanish Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in England. … Read More
2004 53 Years Old In 2004, Preysler became Spain's welcoming host for David and Victoria Beckham when she hosted a welcoming party at her house for the celebrity couple. … Read More
2006 55 Years Old 1 More Event
Preysler continues to be the national spokesmodel for Ferrero Rocher, Suárez jewelry, Manolo Blahnik shoes, Chrysler cars and Porcelanosa tiles, for which American Hollywood actor George Clooney recently worked with her in 2006 to represent the brand in an advertising campaign. … Read More
2007 56 Years Old In 2007, she and her daughters were invited by Prince Charles to be guests of honour at his London home, Clarence House. In 1970, Preysler was introduced to a retired football player named Julio Iglesias, who just signed a recording contract to become a singer. Iglesias invited her to watch a Juan Pardo concert. The couple was married seven months later on 29 January 1971. They were married for seven years and the couple had three children, Chabeli Iglesias (b. 1971), Julio Iglesias, Jr. (b. 1973) and Enrique Iglesias (b. 1975). They divorced in 1979.
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