Personal Background of Jinkee Pacquiao & Her Political Career
JINKEE PACQUIAO – Here are some details about celebrity wife Jinkee Pacquiao’s personal background and political career.
Some individuals gained prominence for being a wife or a mother of a popular personality. One of them is celebrity wife Jinkee Pacquiao.
Jinkee Pacquiao’s Personal Background
Born on January 12, 1979 in General Santos City, Jinkee Pacquiao’s real name is Jinkee Capeña Jamora Pacquiao. Her parents are Nestor and Rosalinda Jamora. She has an identical twin sister, Janet. Not much is known about her educational background.
Jinkee is the wife of boxer-turned-senator Manny Pacquiao. It was in 1999 when the couple officially tied the knot. Their marriage was blessed with three (3) sons they named Emmanuel Jr. or Jimuel, Michael, and Israel; and two (2) daughters – Princess and Queenie.
It is no secret to the public that Manny Pacquiao‘s success in boxing has greatly changed the financial status of his family. They now own several multi-million mansions across the nation and they also got properties abroad including a mansion in Las Vegas.
The couple’s eldest son, Jimuel Pacquiao, is also into boxing despite the big shoes that he has to fill. He is determined to also make his own name in the field.
Jinkee Pacquiao’s Political Career
In May 2013, Jinkee was elected as the vice governor of Sarangani province in Mindanao. She was a candidate of he United Nationalist Alliance. However, after her term ended, she did not seek another term in politics but focused on her family and their businesses instead. She was vocal that her children are growing most especially her sons and she wanted to really be there and be a hands-on mom to them.
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