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Cristina Serra


Facts of Cristina Serra

Full NameCristina Serra
First NameCristina
Last NameSerra
ProfessionCelebrity Wife
Marital StatusMarried
SpousePep Guardiola
No Of Children3
Married DateMay,2014

Cristina Serra is a celebrity spouse best known as the wife of a Spanish football manager, Pep Guardiola

The former player is now serving as the manager of Premier League club Manchester City.

Her Love Story

She first met Pep in a clothes store that was owned by her own family. At that time, her husband was invited to Barcelona to do modelling for Antonio Miro

After dating for some time, the couple got married in May 2014. They had their wedding in a private ceremony which was held in Catalonia

Here’s a picture of the lovely pair wearing matching colour outfits

Cristina Serra with her husband Pep Guardiola.
Cristina Serra with her husband Pep Guardiola. Source: Instagram

Mother of Three Children

The beautiful pair are blessed with three children. Their names are Maria Guardiola, Marius Guardiola, and Valentina Guardiola

They have been amazing parents to their kids. 

They have taught them to respect everyone. In a match conference in the past, Pep said that his kids went to school with people worldwide, be it Indian, black, or normal. 

Here’s a beautiful picture of the family of five. 

Cristina Serra with her family.
Cristina Serra with her family. Source: Instagram

Survived the Suicide Bomber

In 2017 she was at the Manchester Arena with her two daughters. The three of them were there to attend the Ariana Grande concert.

The event, which was supposed to be an exciting one, turned out to be a terror. A suicide bomber targeted it.

She immediately called her better half to inform them that something had happened and they were running. They had a very short conversation as the line broke very quickly. 

She and her daughters were lucky to survive the suicide bomber. The explosion killed 22 people, and 59 others were injured

Back to Spain for Business

In 2019 she came back to Spain to look after her clothes business. Her fashion company, which goes by the name of Serra Claret, is a luxury fashion store for both men and women. 

She has been commuting between Manchester and Spain for three years now. 

She is the source of stylish clothes for the professional football manager. The pair have a common passion for fashion, photography, and poetry

Lost Her Mother in Law Due to Coronavirus

Her mother-in-law, Dolors Sala Carrio, passed away in April 2020 due to coronavirus. It was a difficult time for her family. 

The Manchester City Family sent their heartfelt sympathies to the family of the football manager. 

The chairman of the City, Khaldoon al-Mubarak, said that the entire City family supports them at this sad time. 

In March 2020, Pep donated 1 million Euro to the Angel Soler Daniel Foundation and Medical College to fight the deadly virus. 

Here’s a picture of her husband and mother in law. 

Cristina Serra husband Pep Guardiola and mother in law.
Cristina Serra husband Pep Guardiola and mother in law. Source: Instagram

Net Worth

Her worth is yet to be revealed. However, her husband’s wealth is no more under the veil. He has accumulated a net worth of 40 million dollars from his career. 

How does he make money?

The primary source of income for him is his salary as a football coach. He earns $24 million per year. He has managed Barcelona B, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich

Below is a list of his few achievements.

1FIFA World Coach of the Year
2Premier League Manager of  the Month
3Premier League Manager of the Season

Age and Height

  1. Pep’s age was only 18 when he first met Cristina.
  2. He stands at the height of 1.8 m.

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Updated On Thu Apr 22 2021 Published On Mon Dec 14 2020 By paper-boat

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