Juan Guaido’s wife Fabiana Rosales

Fabiana Rosales

Fabiana Rosales is the lovely wife of politician, Juan Guaido –the man who sworn himself in as interim President of Venezuela.


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Fabiana’s husband made history earlier this week when he took an oath and declared himself the president of the Latin American country –which had been under the regime of Nicolas Maduro.

Thought Fabiana’s husband has been recognize and supported by a number of governments including the US; he still faces an uphill battle as he is rejected by the Supreme Tribunal of Justice.

Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez was born July 28, 1983 in La Guaira, Venezuela. An engineer by profession, the 35-year-old is also the leader of Venezuela’s opposition-controlled national assembly. He was first elected as a legislator in 2015 and was sworn in as the head of the assembly on Jan. 5.

The young politician could not stand it anymore as Nicolas Maduro began his second term of office, following elections last summer that were widely denounced as fraudulent. He declared himself head of state in the midst of the biggest opposition protests since mid-2017.

Juan of course was backed by thousands but also by his wife, Fabiana Rosales, who stood right next to him.

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The couple shares one daughter together; Fabiana Rosales gave birth to their adorable girl Miranda Eugenia in 2017. According to Bloomberg the couple named her after a forerunner to South American independence hero Simon Bolivar.

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26-year-old Fabiana Rosales was born in the Venezuelan state of Merida, she holds a social communication degree and is described as a journalist and human rights activist who specializes in audiovisual media.

Fabiana was raised by mother, Elcy Guerrero, she has an older brother, Golfredo Morett –who is a lawyer in Venezuela. She lost her father a few years ago.

In 2009, Fabiana joined the political party, ‘Voluntad Popular’ saying “For 8 years, I am part of a political party, because I had the need to be part of the change in Venezuela.”

The wife and mom of one has been active in the party’s efforts since and is also described by Venezuelan media as a student leader. Fabiana often shares images of her and her husband, as well as their adorable daughter.

Find her on Instagram here.