Pasapalabra continues to lead the audiences on the television grid in Spain. The duel between Orestes Barbero and Rafa Castaño, competing for a jackpot of 2.2 million euros, works well for Antena 3.
Until next Wednesday the presenter Roberto Leal will have as guests in the contest Cósima Ramírez, Raúl Peña, Paola Dominguín and Nancho Novo
Cósima Ramírez Ruiz de la Prada (Madrid, 1990) has spent half her life outside of Spain. At the age of eight, her parents, Pedro J. Ramírez and Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, sent her to the boarding school St. Mary's School in the United Kingdom. The same institution in which the infantas Elena and Cristina were trained. She had previously resided in Paris.
After completing her English training, Cósima Ramírez finished her studies in History at Brown University, which is based in the city of Rhode Island (Boston).
It is one of the most prestigious university centers in the world. Different businessmen and personalities such as Ted Turner, John D. Rockefeller Jr., John Sculley, John F. Kennedy Jr. and even the actress from the Harry Potter saga, Emma Watson, have passed through its classrooms.
Between 2014 and 2020 Cósima Ramírez joined the family fashion company in the International Relations department. A task that she also made compatible with her role as an influencer. In her Instagram account, she has a community close to 50,000 followers.
In recent months, after the pandemic, Cósima decided to resume her training in Literature in London.
"I see myself more in the academic world than in the business world, and the influencer world is very tiring. I don't know how far it will go, because digital and real life is not the same," declared the guest contestant of Pasapalabra in an interview in YoDona from Elmundo.es
On the other hand, Cósima Ramírez will inherit the marquisate of Castelldosrius and the barony of Santa Pau through her mother's way. However, she is far from considering herself a monarchist or feeling part of the nobility. "That's from another time. I swear my mother does care a bit, but merely as a childhood memory of hers, far away, and from a world even she hasn't lived in," she added.
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