|First Lady of Indonesia|
20 October 2014
|Preceded by||Kristiani Herawati|
1 October 1963
Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia
|Children||3 (including Gibran Rakabuming and Kaesang Pangarep)|
While her husband served as governor of Jakarta, Iriana was appointed as leader of the Family Welfare Education organisation (Pembinaan Kesejahteraan Keluarga or PKK), a national women's movement in Indonesia. She also served as leader of the PKK in Surakarta from 2005 to 2012 when her husband was mayor of Surakarta.
Iriana married Joko Widodo in Solo, Central Java, on 24 December 1986. They have two sons: Gibran Rakabuming (born 1 October 1987) and Kaesang Pangarep (born 25 December 1994) and one daughter named Kahiyang Ayu (born 20 April 1991).
- Abrori, Fajar (25 October 2014). "Iriana Jokowi Reuni SMA di Solo" [Iriana Jokowi Attends High School Reunion in Solo]. Liputan6.com. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
- Prasetia, Andhika (19 November 2018). "Jokowi: Iriana Dulu Kuliah di Muhamadiyah, Semester 6 Saya Ajak Kawin" [Jokowi: Iriana Studied at a Muhammadiyah (College), But Married Me on Her Sixth Semester]. Detik.com. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
- "First Lady: I Want To Be My Self". Jakarta Post. Retrieved 20 October 2014.
- Siti Afifiyah (17 November 2019). "Anak Cucu Jokowi dan Inspirasi Nama Bayi Jawa". Tagar.id (in Indonesian).
| First Lady of Indonesia
20 October 2014 – present
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