Michelle de Paula Firmo Reinaldo Bolsonarois is Brazil’s current First Lady. Since January 1, 2019, she has become the third wife of Brazil’s 38th President, Jair Bolsonaro. Between 2006 and 2008, Michelle de Paula worked for the Chamber of Deputies. Michelle and her husband attended a ceremony this Sunday morning (August 7, 2022) in Belo Horizonte to commemorate Pastor Márcio Valado’s 50 years of ministry at Lagoinha Baptist Church. Come down to know more about Jair Bolsonaro wife Michelle Bolsonaro wiki, family, father, education, husband, children, idade e altura, and many more:
Michelle Bolsonaro wiki: Idade, Birthday, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Parents, Father
Michelle de Paula Firmo Reinaldo Bolsonaro was born in Ceilândia, Federal District, Brazil on March 22, 1982. She is currently a beautiful 40-year-old lady. Michelle de Paula is Maria das Graças Firmo Ferreira’s and Vicente de Paulo Reinaldo’s daughter. According to Michelle Bolsonaro wiki, Her father, who was born in Crates, Ceará, is a retired bus driver whose nickname, “Paolo Nego,” became nationally recognized in Jair Bolsonaro speeches to defend himself from racism accusations.
Diego Torres Reinaldo (b. 1988) is her younger stepbrother and a member of the Brazilian Air Force. Michelle’s father and stepmother Masa operate an event confection and production company.
Where did she get her education from?
Michelle Bolsonaro, Jair Bolsonaro wife, holds a high school diploma from adult education. She enrolled in university as a pharmacy student but never attended courses. Before becoming a parliamentary secretary, she worked as a clothes store salesperson and a grocery cashier.
How tall is Michelle? Altura, weight & other measurements
Michelle is a gorgeous lady that is approximately 1.67 meters tall. Her weight is about 116 pounds. The beautiful lady’s body is slim and attractive. Her golden brown hair is complemented by her lovely gray eyes.
Her relationship with Jair Bolsonaro began while she was working for the Chamber.
Between 2006 and 2008, Michelle de Paula worked for the Chamber of Deputies. She began her career in the legislative office of Deputy Vanderlei Assis (PP-SP), whose term was recommended for cancellation by the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry into the “Bloodsuckers Scandal” in August 2006. She later became the secretary to Deputy Marco Aurélio Ubiali (PSB-SP).
Michelle was nominated for the same post in the Progressive Party (PP) leadership in June 2007, and she held it until September. During this time, she made her initial contact with her future husband, a Federal Deputy from the party, which led to a date. She was 25 at the time, and he was 52.
“Everything began when we first saw [each other], in Jair’s room. It didn’t take too long for us to be certain that we wanted to live a life together”.
As Bolsonaro’s fiancée , she worked in his cabinet for one year and six months during which time she received a promotion and gradually increased pay. She held a R$2,900-per-month position in the CNE-13 (Special Nature Post) classification prior to working for Bolsonaro. She was hired at the office of her future husband-to-be and then promoted to SP26s (Parliamentary Secretary), earning R$6,010. Jair Bolsonaro elevated Michelle Bolsonaro to SP28s seven months later, earning her a R$8,040 pay. After the Supreme Federal Court ruled that nepotism is prohibited in public administration, he was forced to fire her.
Her actions as First lady
On the evening of October 28, 2018, following the announcement of the second-round results of the presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro concluded his victory speech by praising Michelle Bolsonaro for her assistance in helping him achieve his goal and for giving him “calm, security, and strength.” He said he couldn’t have done it without her. Additionally, he gave her a minute to speak, but she declined.
With regard to social concerns involving people with disabilities, Bolsonaro has stressed the visibility of rare diseases, digital inclusion, autism awareness, the inclusion of sign language in schools, and other social initiatives.
Michelle made history by becoming the first Brazilian first lady to speak during a presidential inauguration at the Palácio do Planalto parliamentary building in sign language. She participates in the Baptist Church’s Ministry of the Deaf, where she served as a Brazilian Sign Language interpreter during services.
When did Brazil’s 38th President Jair and Michelle wed? Children
Michelle has been happily married to Jair Bolsonaro since 2007. On November 28, 2007, the pair married in a party house in Alto da Boa Vista, Rio de Janeiro. The 150-guest ceremony was led by pastor Silas Malafaia, one of the leaders of the Assembly of God Victory in Christ (Advec), of whom Bolsonaro was an active member and attendant until 2016. The couple have been married for 15 years and still their relationship is strong.
Michelle has two daughters: Letcia Aguiar from a prior relationship and Laura from her marriage with Jair Bolsonaro. Jair Bolsonaro has three granddaughters, two from his son Flávio and one from his son Eduardo. Eduardo and Flávio Bolsonaro are Evangelical Protestant Christians who belong to the Brazilian Baptist Church.
Michelle Bolsonaro is Jair Bolsonaro third wife. He was already married and divorced twice before marrying her. So he found the real love he was looking for in his third wife Michelle. Rogéria Nantes Braga was his first wife. They got married in 1978, and nine years later, in 1997, they got divorced. Three sons, Flávio, Carlos, and Eduardo, were born to them.
He was married to Ana Cristina Valle, his second wife. After ten years of marriage, they divorced in 2007. They have a son together named Renan.