Mauricio Macri is the new, 53rd President of Argentina. The 57-year-old former civil engineer won the first ballotage in the country’s history. Born in Buenos Aires, Macri graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina and studied at the Columbia Business School in New York. In 1995, he became President of Boca Juniors, a popular football club in Argentina. (It’s where the legendary Argentine footballer Diego Maradona played.)
Macri has been married three times. In 2009, while Mayor of Buenos Aires, Macri met Juliana Awada at a gym. (Story goes they shared the same personal trainer.) They married in 2010. Awada was born in Buenos Aires to a Lebanese Muslim father and a mother of Syrian descent. Awada helps run the family textile company, Awada. Prior to marrying Macri, Awada was in a ten-year relationship with Belgian Count Bruno Barbier Laurent, with whom she had a daughter, Valentina. She is also the mother of Macri’s 4-year-old daughter, Antonia. 60 Minutes will air Lesley Stahl’s interview with President Macri and First Lady Awada on March 20, the week President Obama will travel to South America.