Alejandro Agag - Personal Life

Personal Life

On 5 September 2002 Agag married Ana Aznar Botella, the daughter of José María Aznar. The wedding was very much criticized since it was presented as a governmental event despite the fact that neither the bride nor the groom were members of the government and took place at El Escorial in Madrid and was attended by more than a thousand guests, among them the King and Queen of Spain, the Prime Ministers of Italy and the United Kingdom, as well as numerous other prominent politicians and celebrities.

Agag has four children, Alejandro, Rodrigo, Pelayo and Alonso and currently lives in London.

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