Enrique Iglesias can now brag that he's the proud stepson of a MILF.
His father, legendary Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias, finally tied the knot with his girlfriend of 20 years, Miranda Rijnsburger, who also happens to be the mother to five of Julio's eight kids.
Julio, 66, married Miranda, 45, in an intimate Catholic ceremony on Tuesday in the resort town of Marbella on Spain's Costa del Sol. Even though the ceremony was kept to just the couple's combined families and a few friends, Julio announced the wedding in a statement to Spanish newspapers.
Three priests performed the ceremony, including the Rev. Roberto Rojo Aguado, who confirmed the nuptials to the media. According to Hola magazine, immediately following the ceremony there was a traditional Catholic mass in a chapel at the singer's farm in Malaga.
Enrique's father, best known for his made-for-shopping-malls monster hit "To All the Girls I've Loved Before," met the former Dutch model while traveling Indonesia in 1990. They went on to have their first child in 1997, followed by four more.
Enrique, 35—who in recent weeks made headlines for water-skiing nude to celebrate Spain's World Cup win and announcing he's open to the idea of collaborating with Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino—is one of three children Julio had with his previous wife, Filipino socialite Isabel Preysler.
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