Emma Coronel Aispuro wife of the former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmánwas released after two and a half years of being in a United States prison, since then he has been in the spotlight to know what his movements are and to know what he will do.
The wife of ‘El Chapo’ gave his first interview after being released from prison, which was published in the magazine ellein this a profile of Coronel is reconstructed and reveals some facts about his decision-making since he met and married the drug lord.
One of the facts that Emma Coronel tells in her interview, This is how the decision came about that his twin daughters would not take their father’s last name.Guzmán Loera, even seeking a better future and giving birth to their children in the United States.
According to the version told in the interview, It was at the age of 21 when Emma Coronel became pregnant with the drug dealer, 3 years after they got married. She lived, waiting for her husband, in a house in Sinaloa.
When Coronel found out about her pregnancy, she began to worry about giving her twin daughters a future; She knew that by being with her boss they could keep themselves safe because of the same protection he could give her, as long as she was alive, That is why he began to think about giving them “security throughout their (his children’s) lives.””, Elle gathers.
Therefore, Emma Coronel had to make a decision without consulting her husband. First, having dual citizenship, Mexican and American, Emma decided to travel to the neighboring country to the north to give you the same benefits that come with US citizenship.
Close to the twins’ due date, Emma Coronel decided to travel to the United States, where she was there for a month until she gave birth, this decision apparently was made on his own. However, when she registered her daughters to name her, things changed.
In the article she says that Emma Coronel had to follow the instructions of ‘El Chapo’ and left the space where the name of her father’s father was left blank. Emilia and María Joaquinaname in reference to each parent.
“Following strict instructions from her husband, in her birth certificates Emma left the space for his father’s name blankgiving them their own last name instead,” Elle describes at the birth of the minors.