Emma Coronel Aispuro : Family, Age, Husband, Kids, Parents, Net Worth, Profession, Image and More
Emma Coronel Aspero is a Mexican model and former beauty queen. She participated in the Miss Coffee and Guava competition in 2006. This was the time when she had already met Joaquin Cha el Chapo 'Guzman, a 53-year-old drug lord who was wanted in the US and Mexico.
Emma Coronel Aispuro
|Born||July 3, 1989 ( 31 )|
|Famous for||Mexican Beauty Queen|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California|
|Husband||Baron El Chapo|
Emali Guadalupe Guzman Coronel
Maria Joaquina Guzman Coronel
|Net Worth||$5 billion ( estimated )|
Father - Ines Coronel Barreras
Mother - Blanca Estela Aispuro Aispuro
Siblings - Ines Omar Coronel Aispuro
Who is El Chapo's wife Emma Coronal Espuero
Emma Coronal Espuero is a former Mexican beauty queen and wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman Loera, better known by her infamous name 'El Chapo'. Although El Chapo is married to more than six women and has 19 children, Esprou is head over in love with him and is completely devoted to him. Many see her devotion as the blind faith that is the most famous drug trafficker.
But Aispuro believes that the father of her children is her only priority. Before marrying El Chapo, Aispuro was popular as a beauty queen. She was seen by El Chapo in an incident where he publicly confessed his love for her. The couple then married in a luxurious style. Aispuro is not only 30 years junior to El Chapo, but also shares her with many other women. Drug traffickers are known to have cases with TV celebrities and hook strings, but despite his infidelity, Aispuro insists that he is completely devoted to her and will support her for life.
Personal Life / Carrer : Emma Coronel Espuero was born on July 3, 1989, near San Francisco, California, to Ines Coronel Barras and Blanca Estella Espuro. He spent most of his childhood in La Angostura, a remote village in Durango.
As beauty queen : Emma Coronel Aspero is a Mexican model and former beauty queen. She participated in the Miss Coffee and Guava competition in 2006. This was the time when she had already met Joaquin Cha el Chapo 'Guzman, a 53-year-old drug lord who was wanted in the US and Mexico.As per the competition, each contestant had to throw a party. This party was thrown to honor his candidature. Aispuro's party was held on Three Kings Day, which was on January 6, 2007. When El Chapo came to know about the competition, he brought in hundreds of armed men and publicly announced his love for the Mexican beauty.
He proposed marriage in Espuero and soon became the winner with 800 out of 400 votes. El Chapo had done everything well and brought three bands on the day of coronation. He was crowned the Coffee and Guava Queen, including his marriage to El Chapo. Taj was first passed for runner up.
Relationship and husband : Emma Coronel Espuero first met El Chapo in 2006 at a party that was organized by her father. At that party, she was with her then boyfriend, while El Chapo was with another woman. The couple soon married on July 2, 2007. During their marriage, Espuero was only 18 years old, while El Chapo was 53 years old.
The wedding ceremony was attended by very few people and was heavily guarded by security forces.In 2012, she gave birth to twins, the Maria Jokina Guzman Coronel, and the Tamarind Guadalupe Guzman Coronel at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, which is north of Los Angeles. The father's name was left vacant because El Chapo was wanted in Mexico and the United States, plus a $ 5 million bounty on his head.
El Chapo is married to several women and has more than 19 children. He also knows strings of affairs with hookers and TV stars. Despite this, Aispuro supports her and is completely devoted to her husband. She made a media appearance in an interview in 2016, titled 'La Reina de el chapo' ('Queen of El Queen'). In the interview, she argued and later begged for her husband's life in prison. She even said that her husband's life inside the jail was in danger and she pleaded for justice on her part. Al Chapo was first arrested in January 2016 by Mexican police.