Former Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto and his girlfriend, model Tania Ruiz, have been spotted making a sensational reappearance at a wedding in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, with local media and a wedding guest sharing “influential” pictures. The President is seen at the event.
“The former guest president is nothing more than Mexico,” Camus Garcia Caballero wrote about in a video on his social networks in which several businessmen appeared around a table, including Pena Nieto (2012-2018).
First Camus Garcia announces the presence of the former president, brings the image closer to his face, and then to share a selfie, they both appear to be smiling.
The person who shared the pictures was the bride’s brother, Marcela Garcia Caballero, former queen of the Barranquilla Carnival and spokesperson and public relations director of the rabbi company in Colombia and Mexico.
This model was married many years ago to a businessman who knew Pena Nieto in Mexico.
As shared on social networks, the wedding – which aired mostly on Instagram – was postponed on several occasions due to the Govt-19 epidemic and the birth of the bride’s sister.
Ever since Pena Nieto ended her presidency, she has had a low profile with a few appearances on social media and in public, but the focus was on when actress Angelica Rivera made it public that they were splitting up.
In March 2019, at a wedding with former President Ruiz for the first time in Acapulco, the pink magazine ¡Hola !.
In the photos, the former president, who recently left Rivera, is seen with 31-year-old model Tania Ruiz, with whom he had been in contact several months ago.
In addition, the model, released in November 2020, shows the hands of the two indicating that they are already engaged.
For his 54th birthday, in July 2020, Pena Nieto received some beautiful words from his girlfriend through social networks.
It was a difficult time for Peனாa Nieto, who came to Mexico from Spain and was accused of fraud during the previous government because of the tension over the return of Emilio Lozoya, the former director of Bemex, who had been accused of corruption.
In the first signed statement by the former official in Spain in this case, Lozoya would have pointed to figures such as Louis Vuitagare, former Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Finance of Mexico, and former President Felipe Calderon (2006-2012).