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In two weeks, Teresa Tita Astolfi González-Mogena (33) will cease to be one of the gold singles of the Sevillian jet-set . The carnal niece of Luis Astolfi, renowned rider who was the first great love of Infanta Elena , will marry on July 24 with Fernando Mora-Figueroa Serra, belonging to one of the first 100 richest families in Spain with a net worth calculated at 690 million euros.

It is the season of the year or, at least, of a summer marked by the strict safety regulations motivated by the pandemic. Despite this situation, the bride will look white and radiant in the church of Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo, located on the Las Lomas estate , located in Benalup de Casas Viejas (Vejer de la Frontera, Cádiz), owned by the four branches of the Mora-Figueroa.

Tita does not fit itself with joy because she remarries by the religious rite. Her first betrothal with businessman Francisco Gigi Sarasola in October 2007 lasted twenty months and, finally, the Rota Court annulled the marriage in 2015. Her ex-husband was a regular in the pink press because in the 90s he had two famous romances with Marta Sánchez and Penélope Cruz . He is the brother of hotel entrepreneur Kike Sarasola.

The young woman is a brainiac, since she has a law degree from the University of Seville, she completed a postgraduate degree in Leadership for Global Competitiveness at Georgetown University (where King Felipe VI studied there) and the Workshop in Global Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School . In the past, he had several known relationships with Fran Rivera or Rosauro Varo, current husband of actress Amaia Salamanca.

Gigi Sarasola and Tita Astolfi, on their wedding day in Segovia in 2007. GTRES

The place of the link is one of the largest estates in Spain , with 12,000 hectares, and the best place to hunt partridges. Among the famous hunters who have come, Juan Carlos I and Juan Abelló stand out. In addition, 18 tons of vegetables are produced annually in these lands, as well as 20,000 bales of cotton fiber thanks to its gin, the oldest in our country and the only one in Cádiz.

The Mora-Figueroa are one of the most renowned surnames in Andalusia. Among its most exclusive properties are the Domecq Palace in Jerez de la Frontera dating from the 18th century, as well as the Santa María Polo Club in Sotogrande (Cádiz).


Their businesses are mainly based on wineries and agricultural exploitation (they own 25,000 hectares in Seville, Córdoba, Cádiz and Badajoz) and their fortune increased to astronomical figures when they sold Rendelsur, the Coca-Cola bottler for southern Spain seven years ago. , to Sol Daurella, president of Coca-Cola European Partners, the largest independent bottler on the old continent. The businesswoman, according to Forbes , has a fortune of almost 1,300 million euros. Like the Mora-Figueroa family, the billionaire owns a huge estate in the Cádiz area.

The groom's mother is not far behind either, since she belongs to the Goizueta family , founders together with the Marquis of Nájera, of the luxury urbanization Guadalmina in Marbella. In addition, the Goizueta have a relationship with King Felipe VI, who, while still Prince of Asturias, was introduced to Eva Sannum, the attractive Norwegian with whom it was said that she was about to marry.

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