Sofía Bono, José Bono’s little daughter, breaks into the networks to talk about her adoption and her life

Be part of one of the best known families in our country. Till the date, Sofia Bono It had been kept in the background, but now things have changed. A few hours ago, the young daughter of José Bono and his ex-wife, Ana Rodríguez, publicly broke in through social networks to talk about her life and her adoption.

‘Today, I am Sofía Bono and I am adopted’ That’s how I introduced myself to my classmates as a child. Today I immerse myself in an adventure that will surely mark a before and after in my life, but my intention is not to change mine but that of all those who at some point have felt insecure due to the simple fact of being adopted or those who have doubted whether to adopt a child out of fear ”.

With this publication on social networks, Sofía Bono bursts into public life to talk about her adoption. Instagram

With these words, Sofia starts her post on Instagram, where it already has more than 18,000 followers. Grateful and happy with her family, the fourth daughter of the former minister has broken her silence to talk about her personal experience with your adoption. And he has done so with an interview for Ecooo Magazine, the magazine of Paco Lobatón’s daughter, which he will share every week.

“Adoption is something natural and therefore, with all the naturalness in the world, every week I will open the doors of my personal history to you. Of what it meant and to this day it means to me being adopted. ” So excited is Sofía Bono with this project: “I have always liked to conduct my private life with the utmost discretion, but if today I share part of my life with you, it is to help and raise awareness about an issue that many treat as “taboo”.

Sofía Bono, fourth daughter of José Bono, along with her siblings.
Sofía Bono, fourth daughter of José Bono, along with her brothers Amelia, Ana and José Jr. Gtresonline

The fourth daughter of José Bono

It was in 2001 when José Bono and his still wife, Ana Rodríguez, decided to adopt a Chilean girl barely three months old. José and Ana were already parents of three children, Amelia, Ana and José Jr. When they grew up, and practically all were of legal age, the couple decided to adopt Sofía in a foster home in Chile.

Sofía became the joy of the house, as years later the former Defense Minister assured: “Both Ana and I made a huge mistake in thinking that we were going to do the girl a favor, because the girl is the that does you the favor. It is the truly striking thing ”. It was during an interview with Bertín Osborne that José Bono also assured: “Blood is a Chinese story, emotionally I have been richer since Sofía has been with us ”.

Sofía Bono, daughter of former minister José Bono, talks about her adoption
José Bono and his ex-wife Ana Rodríguez adopted Sofía when she was three months old. Instagram

Who is Sofía Bono?

About to turn 21, she will do so on October 13, Sofía Bono it has always remained in a very discreet background. Although we have been able to see her on several occasions with her family, her studies have kept her abroad for long periods. Now the young studies Interior Design and Decoration on Regents University London. Previously, he studied the first two years of a Business Administration and Management Degree at Hult International Business School. In addition, he speaks four languages ​​and graduated from the Brillantmont School in Switzerland.

The relationship with his three brothers is great, and it is with Amelia, the eldest daughter of José Bono, and also the most mediatic of all, with the best complicity she maintains. “She says that I am her fifth daughter,” assured Sofía.

For some time, the little daughter of the politician maintains a relationship with Borja Gómez Mendo. Through social networks, they have been showing moments of their romance, which have toured much of Europe.

Sofía Bono, daughter of José Bono, talks about her adoption
Sofía Bono has been in a long-standing relationship with Borja Gómez Mendo. Instagram

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