| Steve Solon|
Manny Pacquiao (m. 2000)
Manny Pacquiao's wife
| Jinkee Pacquiao|
| Jinkee Capena Jamora|
January 12, 1979 (age 36)
General Santos, Philippines (1979-01-12)
General Santos City
United Nationalist Alliance
Mary Divine Grace Pacquiao
Rosalina Capena, Nestor Jamora
Manny Pacquiao, Dionesia Dapidran‑Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather - Jr, Malou N Santos, Bea Alonzo
AMA Computer University
Jinkee Pacquiao Wikipedia
Jinkee Capeña Pacquiao (née Jamora; January 12, 1979) is the wife of professional Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and a former vice governor of Sarangani, in Mindanao, Philippines.
In 2014, Pacquiao decided to run for vice governor of Sarangani province in Mindanao, after her husband was reluctant to choose between two friends who both wanted his support for the position. She was elected in the May 2013 election as the candidate of the United Nationalist Alliance.
After her first and only term, Jinkee decided to retire from politics to focus on their family and her businesses.
Jinkee Jamora was born at St. Elizabeth Hospital in General Santos City on January 12, 1979 into the conservative family of Nestor Jamora (born c. 1956, Kiamba, Sarangani) and Rosalina Capeña (born c. 1957, Silago, Southern Leyte). Her older twin sister is Janet. She was working as a beauty consultant when she met Manny Pacquiao, whom she married in 2000. They have five children. Their fifth child, a boy, was born on April 27, 2014 and named Israel.^ ^
Some reports inaccurately reported her given name as "Maria Geraldine" although her given name "Jinkee" is reflected on her birth certificate.