|Tamara Falcó Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||November 20, 1981|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Tamara Falcó is a Spanish aristocrat, reality television participant, model, Instagram star, fashion designer, and socialite. She has been a part of many on-screen projects including El Hormiguero, We Love Tamara, MasterChef Celebrity España, El Desafío, Volverte a ver, Soy Noticia, Mi casa es la tuya, and Cocina al punto con Peña y Tamara.
Tamara Isabel Falcó Preysler, 6th Marchioness of Griñón
Tamara Falcó studied at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois and majored in Communication. Afterward, she attended Istituto Marangoni in Milan and studied fashion.
Tamara also joined the University of Navarra and earned a Master’s in Visual Merchandising. She has also pursued formal culinary training at Le Cordon Bleu in Madrid, Spain.
Aristocrat, Reality Television Participant, Model, Instagram Star, Fashion Designer, Socialite
- Father – Carlos Falcó y Fernández de Córdoba, 12th Marquess of Castel-Moncayo (February 3, 1937 – March 20, 2020) (Spanish Peer, Businessperson, Socialite)
- Mother – María Isabel Preysler Arrastía (Socialite, Televsion Host)
- Siblings – Manuel Falcó y Girod, 13th Marquess of Castel-Moncayo (Older Pyterbal Half-Brother) (Socialite), Alejandra Falcó y Girod, 13th Marchioness of Mirabel (Older Paternal Half-Sister) (Socialite), Duarte Falcó y de la Cierva (Younger Paternal Half-Brother) (Socialite), Aldara Falcó y de la Cierva (Younger Paternal Half-Sister) (Socialite), María Isabel “Chábeli” Iglesias Preysler (Older Maternal Half-Sister) (Journalist, Socialite), Julio José Iglesias Preysler (Older Maternal Half-Brother) (Singer, Musician, Model), Enrique Iglesias (Older Maternal Half-Brother) (Singer, Songwriter, Recor Producer, Composer, Actor), Ana Boyer Preysler (Younger Maternal Half-Sister) (Socialite)
- Others – Manuel Falcó y Escandón, 9th Duke of Montellano, 11th Marquess of Castel-Moncayo, 9th Marquess of Pons, Grandee of Spain) (Paternal Grandfather), Hilda Fernández de Córdoba y Mariátegui, 12th Marchioness of Mirabel, 3rd Countess of Santa Isabel, 10th Countess of Berantevilla (Paternal Grandmother) (Notable Huntress), Joaquín Fernández de Córdoba y Osma, 8th Duke of Arión (Paternal Great-Grandfather) (President of Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro between 1896 and 1901), Carlos Preysler y Pérez de Tagle (Maternal Grandfather) (Executive director of Philippine Airlines and one of the board of directors of the Banco Español de Manila (Spanish Bank of Manila)), María Beatriz Arrastía y Reinares (Maternal Grandmother) (Owner of a real estate company in Manila), Miguel (Nephew), Mateo (Nephew), Alejandro Altaba (Nephew), Sofia Altaba (Niece), Nicholas (Nephew), Lucy (Niece), Mary (Niece)
According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, her net worth has been $5 Million.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
55 kg or 121 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Tamara Falcó has dated –
- Íñigo Onieva (2020-2022) – In November 2020, she started going out with businessperson and hospitality executive Iñigo Onieva. However, their relationship eventually ended in September 2022.
Race / Ethnicity
Through social media, Tamara Falcó has either endorsed or promoted a number of brands such as Opi Spain, Sisley Paris, LOEWE, and Komvida Organic Kombucha.
Tamara Falcó Facts
- Her parents were married from 1980 to 1985 and she is the couple’s only child together.
- She did an internship at Inditex, a Spanish multinational clothing company.
- Tamara Falcó participated in the 4th season of the competitive reality cooking show MasterChef Celebrity España in 2019 and concluded her journey as the season’s winner.
- Her father passed away in March 2020 due to complications from COVID-19 and Tamara subsequently succeeded to his junior title, the Marquisate of Griñón, according to his will.
- Tamara Falcó is the baptismal godmother of her nephew Miguel Verdasco Boyer (son of her maternal younger half-sister Ana Boyer Preysler with Spanish professional tennis player Fernando Verdasco Carmona).
- She founded her own fashion and design company named TFP in the past.
Featured Image by Pedro J Pacheco / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 4.0