Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio


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Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio

How Old Is Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio? Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio Birthday

Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio was born in 1975 and is 47 years old now.

Birthday: 1975
How Old - Age: 47

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Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio - Biography

Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio is a former cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins and the wife of United States Senator and Presidential candidate Marco Rubio. Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio was born in Florida to parents who had emigrated from Colombia. When she was six, her parents divorced. Jeanette was raised Roman Catholic and attended South Miami High School, where she first met her future husband, Marco Rubio. After graduating from high school attended Miami Dade College. Before her marriage, Jeanette worked as a bank teller and was a professional dancer for the Miami Dolphins, as a member of the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders in the mid 1990s. Her sister, Adriana Dousdebes, was also a cheerleader for the Dolphins. Jeanette was featured in the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders' first swimsuit calendar before she retired in 1997. It was during her time as a cheerleader that Jeanette Dousdebes and Marco Rubio, who were only slightly acquainted in high school, met again and began to date. The fact that Mrs. Rubio's Colombian background might make her the first Latina First Lady has aroused interest in Latin America.The Rubios had a Catholic wedding in 1998 at the Church of the Little Flower in Coral Gables, Florida and have four children: Daniella, Amanda, Dominick, and Anthony. When the Rubios were first married, she enrolled in a course of study in fashion design, but did not complete her studies, devoting herself, instead, to being a full-time mother of four children. Rubio has told the press that mothering four small children while married to a politician is very much "like being a single mom." Rubio and her family regularly attend both Roman Catholic Mass at Church of the Little Flower and Protestant worship services at Christ Fellowship, an Evangelical megachurch aligned with the Southern Baptist Convention. She hosts a weekly Bible study class in her home. Her three younger children attend a private Christian school while the eldest attends a Catholic high school. During Rubio's service in the Florida legislature, Mrs. Rubio lived with the children near Miami, traveling to Tallahassee to be with her husband as often as she could.