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Although Enrique could not attend the wedding due to scheduling conflicts, the bride and groom chose Ana Boyer and Iglesias' half-sister, Tamara Falco, as bridesmaids.
Iglesias Jr.'s famous father attended the ceremony, as did his mother, socialite and former journalist Isabel Preysler, though the parents split in 1979.
The CD also yielded Italian and Portuguese editions of the album, with most of the songs translated into those languages.
Five singles released from this album, such as "Por Amarte", "No Llores Por Mí", and "Trapecista" topped the Billboard In 1997, Iglesias' stardom continued to rise with the release of Vivir (To Live), which put him up with other English language music superstars in sales for that year.
"You know I have to tell the truth, I have never met Anna," Julio told the "My kids are very independent," he added, "It is difficult to see Enrique because he is all over the world." Julio said that despite having not met 32-year-old Anna, he approved of his son's choice of partner. "They have good taste my kids." Anna and Enrique have been together for 12 years Anna and Enrique did not attend his brother's wedding in 2012.
Exclusive: Julio Iglesias Jr marries his model love Charisse Verhaert Iglesias patriarch Julio proudly looked on as his son Julio Iglesias Jr wed Belgian model Charlise Verhaert in Spain, but Enrique and Anna couldn't be present due to scheduling conflicts.
The record sold half a million copies in its first week, a rare accomplishment then for an album recorded in a language other than English, going Gold in Portugal within the first week of release, and sold over a million copies in the next three months.
In 2015, Iglesias parted ways with Universal Music Group after a decade.
tied the knot with Belgian supermodel Charisse Verhaert over the weekend.
The 39-year-old musician began dating Verhaert, 30, eight years earlier. Native to Madrid, Iglesias is the son of legendary Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and the older brother to superstar Enrique Iglesias.
On 12 July 1995, Iglesias released Enrique Iglesias, a collection of light rock ballads, including hits such as "Si Tú Te Vas".
This album Vivir, along with Iglesias next two albums, was released by the Mexican label Fonovisa.