Carmen Romano

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Carmen Romano de López Portillo
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First Lady of Mexico
In role
December 1, 1976 – November 30, 1982
President José López Portillo
Preceded by Esther Zuno de Echeverría
Succeeded by Paloma Cordero de De la Madrid
Personal details
Born Carmen Romano Nolk
(1926-02-10)February 10, 1926
Mexico City
Died May 9, 2000(2000-05-09) (aged 74)
Mexico City
Spouse(s) José López Portillo
Religion Roman Catholic

Carmen Romano de López Portillo (born Carmen Romano Nolk, February 10, 1926 – Died May 9, 2000) was the First Lady of Mexico from 1976 - 1982. She was the spouse of Mexican president José López Portillo.

Personal life and death[edit]

López Portillo's first wife was Carmen Romano. After Romano's death in 1997, López Portillo married actress Sasha Montenegro.[1]

In the 1970s, Sasha Montenegro maintained a relationship with José López Portillo, who was still married to Carmen Romano, with whom he had three children. López Portillo obtained a divorce from Carmen Romano and then married Montenegro in 1995.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Gunson, Phil. "José López Portillo Mexico's most reviled president". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 October 2013. 

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
María Esther Zuno de Echeverría
First Lady of Mexico
1976-1982
Succeeded by
Paloma Cordero de De la Madrid
Preceded by
Non
Organism created in 1977
President of the Consultative Council
of Integral Family Development

1977-1982
Succeeded by
Paloma Cordero de De la Madrid