Both her personal and professional experiences take center stage in the Netflix documentary series “Lady Tamara,” which explores the lives of Spanish aristocrat, socialite, influencer, host, and chef Tamara Falcó. Thus, it should not come as a surprise that her family plays a significant part in the entire original reality series, especially given the fact that they get along well despite being very blended. We now have all the information you need if you want to discover more about one of her younger half-sisters, Ana Boyer Preysler, with an emphasis on her current position.
The person Ana Boyer
The only child of the late Spanish economist and politician Miguel Boyer and Filipina-Spanish socialite Mara Isabel Preysler, Ana Boyer Preysler was born on April 18, 1989. Since her parents remained together up until his unexpected death from a pulmonary embolism on September 29, 2014, she was raised in a family that was cosy, stable, and comfortable. Unquestionably, having six older half-siblings to look up to—two on her father’s side and four on her mother’s—has played a significant role in forming the person she is today.
The economists Laura Boyer Arnedo and Miguel Boyer Arnedo Jr. are Ana’s father, but the journalists Chábeli Iglesias, Julio Iglesias Jr., Enrique Iglesias, and the aristocrat/influencer Tamara Falcó are members of Ana’s maternal family. It makes sense that she studied law and business administration management before entering the entertainment industry so she could spread her wings in every direction. Since she is also the businesswoman and wife of professional tennis player Fernando Verdasco Carmona, she is a well-known public figure in her own right.
What’s become of Ana Boyer?
From what we can gather, Ana and Fernando got married on December 7, 2017, in a lovely wedding on the intimate but classy Mustique private island in the Caribbean, after dating for five years. Since then, they have welcomed two boys into their lives: Mateo Verdasco Boyer on December 21, 2020, and Miguel Verdasco Boyer on March 26, 2019. Her online presence truly shows that she is a completely devoted mother as well. Ana balances her responsibilities for her warm family with her commitment to her loving husband’s goals, to taking care of her lovely children whenever feasible, and to her own sense of identity and career.
Considering her social standing, Ana maintains a rather quiet profile, although we do know that she presently resides in El Espinar, close to Madrid, where the majority of her family members are. Family vacations appear to be a regular occurrence for her and her husband, as shown by their Instagram accounts, and they don’t seem to hesitate to take advantage of any travel opportunities that present themselves. It’s also crucial to note that Ana and Fernando just co-founded Cocowi, a cap company you can order from the basic designs or build your own, which they came up with while under strict quarantine.