Zulema María Eva Menem

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Zulema María Eva Menem
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Personal details
Born (1970-12-25) 25 December 1970 (age 50)
La Rioja, Argentina
Nationality Argentinian
Spouse(s)Paolo Bertoldi (2003)
Domestic partnerMarcelo Pocovi (?–present)
Children2
Parents Carlos Menem
Zulema Fátima Yoma

Zulema María Eva Menem (born 25 December 1970) is the daughter of President of Argentina Carlos Menem. To avoid confusion with her mother Zulema Fátima Yoma, since both could be called "Zulema Menem", the media refers to her as Zulemita.

After her parents' divorce, she assumed the role of First Lady of Argentina. [1]

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References

  1. "Zulemita impactó a la prensa británica" [Zulemita made an impact on the British press]. La Nación (in Spanish). 28 October 1998. Retrieved 8 September 2021.