Inés Arrimadas shows off her boyfriend during Holy Week in Malaga: kisses, rain and legionnaires


Neither the cold nor the rain have stopped this Holy Thursday one of the most exciting and long-awaited processions by the people of Malaga: that of the Christ of Mena, carried by the legionnaires. Thousands of people have witnessed the emotion and faith of the moment, including many well-known faces such as Antonio Banderasaccompanied by his girlfriend, Nicole Kimpelthe Queen Sofia, José Luis Martínez Almeida with his fiancee, Teresa Urquijoeither Ines Arrimadaswho came with her boyfriend Guillermo Diaz.

The relationship between Inés and Guillermo was confirmed last November, after the final separation of Arrimadas and her husband came to light, Xavier Cimaswith whom she is the mother of two children, Alex and Marc. Guillermo became his great support and great refuge after leaving politics as a result of the electoral debacle of his party. What’s more, her colleagues were already commenting that she moved to Jerez not only because it is her homeland and her family lives there but also because it is closer to Malaga, the city where Guillermo Díaz was a deputy and Where he lives.

Their closeness “is not from now”, but from “a long time ago”: “They coincided and worked together during the stage in which they campaigned for the internal primaries against the candidacy of Edmundo Bal,” close sources told us at the time. Guillermo Díaz was born in Melilla and lived in various places such as Badajoz, Bilbao, Pamplona or Aguadulce, until the family settled in Malaga. Graduated in Law from the University of Malaga, he is a lawyer, although he does not currently practice. He works as cinema exhibition complex manager and has collaborated with several media outlets in scientific and historical dissemination programs.

In 2013 he joined Ciudadanos and in the 2016 general elections he was number two on the list for the province of Malaga. In April 2019, Arrimadas placed him as the head of the list for the province of Málaga, winning the seat and, after the elections in November of the same year, he maintained the seat. On June 2 he announced that he was leaving politics. He then told journalists in an appearance without questions “it is good” that political activity “is temporary” and that “it is good to know how to leave.” His resignation occurred 24 hours after Inés Arrimadas, former leader of the orange party, also announced that he was leaving political life after Ciudadanos’ electoral failure on March 28.

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