Do you remember Julio Iglesias' twins ? Victoria and Cristina have already turned 16 and have just debuted as models on the cover of Hola magazine and wearing designs by designer Óscar de la Renta, a close friend of their father and whom they consider to be an uncle, according to the newspaper. The country.
Her mother, Miranda Rijnsburger, was also a model in her youth and accompanied them at all times during her first professional photo shoot that took place in the house of the Dominican designer's widow.
As confirmed by Hola magazine, the two have signed by a well-known modeling agency so it is likely that we will soon see them in advertising campaigns like other children of celebrities who are beginning to emerge in the world of fashion, such as Kaia Gerber, Lottie Moss or Georgia May Jagger.
“We love Óscar de la Renta, it is the definition of good taste. It is a super-elegant and classy style”, they say in the interview in which they confess that the model Adriana Lima is their muse, that they are neighbors in Miami and that they have even become friends with their daughters.
Cristina and Victoria have grown up studying at home and speak three languages, Spanish, English and Dutch, Miranda's mother tongue. In addition to fashion, the two declare themselves lovers of horse riding, nature and especially animals. “Since we were little we have been dedicated to rescuing abandoned or abused animals. We have nine dogs, all of them collected on the street or in the kennel,”they said in the interview.
In addition to dreaming about dedicating themselves to the modeling career professionally, the sisters who already have almost as many followers in the networks as their famous father, assure that they would love to go to university and study Business Administration or Law and that their parents support them, whatever they do.
“They both want us to succeed in what we set out to do. They are proud of us. Dad is very strict and protective. That's clear. Mom is simply… the best!”, They declare on the pages that accompany the report.