TO Victoria Federica He has not had time to go from the April Fair to the Jerez Circuit where the Spanish Motorcycling Grand Prix is held. This morning in ‘Socialité’ they revealed that the daughter of the Infanta Elena has met the son of a famous television presenter in the city of Cádiz to enjoy motorcycles after giving everything in the big week in Seville. But where does the niece of Felipe VI get the money to be able to afford not to step foot in his house?
Vic Fede, according to the magazine ‘Vanitatis’, since he strengthened his facet as an influencer on social networks (where he barely advertises brands) would charge 3,000 euros for each photocall, although with mobile rates and negotiations that could mean that depending on the event, something more or less than the stipulated figure is pocketed. One of the few brands she “works” for as an ambassador is ‘Wasting Time’, that pays for trips like this last one that has stuck in the Caribbean.
According to the data from ‘El Plural’, Victoria Federica in the high season of events could have pocketed up to 50,000 euros per month. An exorbitant amount that can only be explained by events such as the Off-White parade that she attends in March 2022 and in which she coincides with the artist Rihanna, which raise her cachet for upcoming events.
In addition to the very expensive items of clothing that she wears (5,000 euro bags), the plethora of life and the parties that take place, two years ago Victoria Federica fancied living in a rental with her ex-boyfriend Jorge Bárcenas de 5,000 euros per month. So we wondered where he got the money since he didn’t know a trade (besides having dropped out of law school). It was then that the 200,000 euros per year which Elena de Borbón has been the director of social projects of the Mapfre Foundation since 2008.
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