H.S.H Princess Caroline of Monaco: Who is Álvaro Falcó, the husband of Isabelle Junot, the daughter of her ex-husband?

The new Marquis of Cubas, Álvaro Falcó, got married on Saturday, April 2 with Isabelle Junot, one of the daughters of Philippe Junot, ex-husband of Princess Caroline of Monaco. The opportunity to know more about the young groom, recently passed from the shadow to the light after the death of his father Fernando Falcó.

Saturday, April 2, the Rock and Spain have come a little closer. Isabelle Junot, daughter of Philippe Junot, former companion of Caroline of Monaco, became Marquise of Cubas by marrying Álvaro Falcó, in a joyful ceremony celebrated in the palace of the Marquis of Mirabel, in Plasencia, a small town in the province of Cáceres. The marriage of the Marquis and Marquise of Cubas was certainly an enchanting interlude for the young groom who recently lost a number of his relatives: before the death of the 3rd Marquis of Cubas in October 2020, his father Fernando Falcó, the 38-year-old had to say goodbye to his uncle Carlos Falcó in March.

Álvaro Falcó thus took the title of Marquis of Cubas, a responsibility of great size for the half of Isabelle Junot, remained away from the spotlight until then. As reported by our colleagues in Vanity Fair Spain in 2020, His Royal Highness studied for a few years in Switzerland, at the Rosey boarding school, a prestigious institution that also attended the “niece” of Stephanie and Albert of Monaco. The young man then returned to Spain, to Madrid to be precise, in order to continue his studies at the Francisco de Vitoria University in the field of Administration and Business Management. After graduating after three years, Álvaro Falcó decided to specialize in “business communication”.

On Saturday, April 2, the Rock and Spain came a little closer together. Isabelle Junot, daughter of Philippe Junot, former companion of Caroline of Monaco, became Marquise of Cubas by marrying Álvaro Falcó, in a joyful ceremony celebrated in the palace of the Marquis of Mirabel, in Plasencia, a small town in the province of Cáceres. The marriage of the Marquis and Marquise of Cubas was certainly an enchanting interlude for the young groom who recently lost a number of his relatives: before the death of the 3rd Marquis of Cubas in October 2020, his father Fernando Falcó, the 38-year-old had to say goodbye to his uncle Carlos Falcó in March.


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Álvaro Falcó thus took the title of Marquis of Cubas, a responsibility of great size for the half of Isabelle Junot, remained away from the spotlight until then. As reported by our colleagues of Vanity Fair Spain in 2020, His Royal Highness studied for a few years in Switzerland, at the Rosey boarding school, a prestigious institution that also attended the “niece” of Stephanie and Albert of Monaco. The young man then returned to Spain, to Madrid to be precise, in order to continue his studies at the Francisco de Vitoria University in the field of Administration and Business Management. After graduating after three years, Álvaro Falcó decided to specialize in “business communication”.

Álvaro Falcó, a rock’n’roll son-in-law?

If the son-in-law of Philippe Junot and Nina Wendelboe-Larse has been working since 2013 as a sales manager in a digital marketing company called Arkeero, as stated in his LinkedIn profile, Álvaro Falcó leads a double life professionally speaking. Vanity Fair Spain, for example, reported that he worked before the health crisis as a DJ known as “Difalco”. An artist who performs in the most fashionable places in the Spanish capital.

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