Virginia Vallejo Siblings: How Many Siblings Does She Have?

One question that has sparked curiosity among her fans and followers is: how many siblings does Virginia Vallejo have? Read on to know more about her siblings and family.

Virginia Vallejo Siblings: How Many Siblings Does She Have?

The famous columnist has three siblings. They are Felipe, Antonio and Sofì­a. She is the only media personality among her siblings.

Felipe was born in 1951 making him the eldest son in the Vallejo family. Not much details are available pertaining to his occupation and educational background.

Antonio was born in 1955. His specific day and month of birth is unknown. Unfortunately, he is no longer in the world of the living as he kicked the bucket in 2012 at the age of 57 years old.

Sofìa, the second daughter and last-born of the family was born in 1957. There is no information about where she currently lives, her educational background, career and family life.

It must be noted that aside from Virginia who was born in Cartago, Valle del Cauca, Colombia, Felipe, Antonio and Sofìa were all born in Bogotà¡, the capital and largest city of Colombia.

Virginia Vallejo Parents 

Virginia’s family background is one of prestige and entrepreneurship. Her father, Juan Vallejo Jaramillo, was a distinguished entrepreneur and her mother, Mary Garcìa Rivera, came from a respected family.

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Virginia Vallejo Biography

Virginia Vallejo Garcìa is a Colombian journalist, media and television personality and socialite currently living in the United States of America as a political asylee. She was born on the 26th of August, 1949 in Cartago, Valle del Cauca and was educated at the Anglo-Colombian School. She began working as an English teacher in Bogotá and later became the first journalist to interview Pablo Escobar.

Virginia Vallejo Career and Achievements 

Vallejo is a Colombian journalist, author and TV personality. She started her career as a model and later became a TV presenter and journalist. She has worked for many Colombian media channels such as Caracol Radio, Noticiero 24 Horas, RTI productions and many others. 

She has worked as an international editor for Noticiero Todelar and 6to Poder as a columnist. She became a prominent figure in Colombian media, as she was known for her beauty, charisma and confident reporting style. She interviewed many famous people, including politicians, artists and celebrities.

Virgina Vallejo’s most renowned work is her memoir, “Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar”, which tells the story of her romantic relationship with Pablo Escobar, the notorious drug lord. The book was a bestseller and was adapted into a film in 2018.

Throughout her career, she has been recognised for her bravery and dedication to journalism. She has received many awards and has been named one of the most influential women in Colombia. She was also the only journalist sent by a Colombian media to London to cover the wedding of Charles and Diana of Wales on 29th July, 1981.

Below is a table of some of her journalism gigs.

Media OutletsPosition
RT ProductionsTelevision journalist
Caracol and TodelarRadio journalist
24 Horas and TelediarioAnchorwoman
TV ImpactoDirector
įOiga Colombia, įAi Ataque!, Revista del Sábado!, Hoy por Hoy-Magazín del Lunes, TV Crucigrama and El Show de las EstrellasHost
6to PoderColumnist
TV Sucesos-A3Reporter/ International editor

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