Enrique Iglesias’ sister Tamara Falcó in a velvet green dress

Nuptial Talk

Enrique Iglesias’ sister Tamara Falcó responds to reports he’s secretly wed Anna Kournikova

One of the Spanish singer’s nine siblings answered the million dollar question about her brother Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova welcomed their third child, a beautiful baby daughter on January 31, sharing their joy with fans by posting sweet family pictures of her arrival. However a subtle change in Anna Kournikova’s profile – she added her partner’s surname to her name – sparked rumors of a possible wedding. To clear up the confusion, Enrique’s sister Tamara Falcó has opened up on her brother’s situation in an interview published by our sister edition, ¡HOLA! Spain.


Enrique Iglesias sister Tamara Falco talks brother's wedding rumors©GettyImages
Tamara has a great relationship with her brother Enrique

“As far as I’m aware, my brother Enrique and Anna have not tied the knot,” she said. “I imagine that it’s different in the US, in the sense that you might want to have the same surnames as your children.” The Spanish singer and his partner of almost 20 years have always been extremely private people. In fact, it was Enrique’s older brother Julio José who confirmed the arrival of the couple’s third child during an interview with Chilean radio station ADN, “I am an uncle again,” he said when asked about his brother’s third child.


¨Tamara Falcó and Ana Boyer posing with brother Enrique Iglesias©tamarafalco
Enrique with sister Ana and her husband tennis player Fernando Verdasco and sister Tamara

Now it’s Tamara’s turn to give more details about the Súbeme la Radio singer and her partner. The 38-year-old, a popular socialité, successful fashion designer and the latest winner of the Spanish edition of Masterchef, has a great relationship with his brother. “It is a joy to see him so happy, with a family, because he was so naughty! It’s incredible to see him as a dad, so responsible, so loving, it’s a joy, really,” she said to the Spanish press.