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The marriage of María Eugenia Vidal and Enrique Sacco: an intimate family celebration


The celebration in San Antonio de Areco was attended by a small group of PRO leaders, including Mauricio Macri and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.

María Eugenia Vidal and Enrique Sacco celebrated their wedding this Saturday in San Antonio de Areco, in the province of Buenos Aires.

It was

a family and intimate celebration

, of just under a hundred people, including a small group of PRO leaders, including Mauricio Macri and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.

The meeting began after 7:00 p.m. at the El Rosario ranch, about 100 kilometers from the City of Buenos Aires, where the newlyweds proposed

a simple atmosphere for their guests, far from formality


For example, there were no tables but living rooms arranged in the place.

The deputy and the journalist, who had filed a civil case on Thursday in a Buenos Aires civil registry, received in addition to Macri and his wife, Juliana Awada, and Rodríguez Larreta together with his partner, Milagros Maylin, another select group of leaders led by by Cristian Ritondo and also made up of Hernán Lacunza, Federico Salvai with his wife Carolina Stanley, Darío Nieto and Alex Campbell.

On the contrary,

the president of the PRO, Patricia Bullrich, who is listed in the presidential race as Vidal and Larreta, and awaiting a definition from Macri, was

not on the list .

Neither did Elisa Carrió, leader of the Civic Coalition and another of the leaders of Together for Change.

"We married!

Thank God for finding us.

Thanks to Cami, Majo, Pedro, Agustín and Luna for having accompanied us.

We believe again in love

and in the big family table, ”wrote the former Buenos Aires governor on her social networks.

"We believe again in love and in the big family table," María Eugenia Vidal wrote on her social networks.

In addition, before thanking for the accompaniment in this special moment of his life, he expressed: “We chose ourselves with our years of learning, on behalf of all the future that we dream of ahead of us.

We choose ourselves with our responsibilities and commitments, to accompany us.

We chose each other to share life


We got married because we are enormously happy together."

The civil union between María Eugenia Vidal and Enrique Sacco

Without guests or rice, María Eugenia Vidal and Enrique Sacco were married on Thursday in the civil registry on Uruguay street, in the City of Buenos Aires.

The primary intention was that the union would not have media significance, but

the presence of both did not go unnoticed

and they could not fulfill that task.

Vidal was dressed in tune for the occasion: a long, straight-cut, white solero.

For her part, Sacco appealed to the traditional pants and shirt in a sport key.

The deputy and the journalist met for the first time at Mirtha Legrand's table in August 2019. Vidal had separated from the father of her children, the then mayor of Morón Ramiro Tagliaferro, while Sacco had been widowed in 2018 after the tragic death of his partner, the journalist Débora Pérez Volpin.

Vidal and Sacco met on the Mirtha Legrand program in August 2019.

Weeks later, the first rumors about a

possible romance began to emerge, which was confirmed on December 15, 2019

, with a photo published by Caras magazine that portrayed them on their first date in a pubic place.

It was a dinner at a well-known grill in San Telmo, where they went to eat together on an almost summer night that later became the cover of various media.


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Source: clarin

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