Raquel Welch was born on December 26, 1961 (age 59 years) in San Diego, California. Her Indian name belonged to her paternal grandmother. Maternal-wise, she is of Spanish descent from Bolivia. Raquel grew up with 11 siblings.
They resided in the South Bay area of Los Angeles; some have lived in Oakland or Long Beach. She met her husband Jermaine and they married on June 2, 1999, in Santa Monica. After a month of marriage, they moved out of their home to pursue other opportunities.
In September 2002, Raquel got a job at Microsoft Corporation where she worked as an Application Engineering Manager for 10 days. And then later took another one-month project that required working in different departments like sales, marketing, and engineering, among others.
The couple has three children together; son Jaques Christian Harris, daughter Lea Michele Harris, along with granddaughter Angelina Marie Welch. A happy family that enjoys being around each other, having dinner together every night, and going camping together.
Raquel enjoyed spending time with all her grandchildren; she considers it a privilege for them to spend quality time with her.
As if all this wasn’t enough, they enjoy shopping together and going outside for picnics to go swimming. Their kids, however, are busy with their various activities such as soccer and basketball games. But what does not kill any parents, is raising a child. Raquel and Jermaine seem like perfect parents. Although, Raquel had no formal education but still managed to do so well.
Raquel shares parenting duties equally between mom and dad even though he’s more involved with his work. He also participates in household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, making meals, and taking care of his three kids. “Raquel has done great in this field considering what an unusual situation I was in. Even though my husband was very good at supporting me.
So we decided to let our mother take over parenting duties, but she has been doing it quite well. Having raised a few girls myself, I know how precious a relationship you hold with your significant other, no matter what his occupation.
It can be tough, especially when there is such a divide, but we never let it get to the point of conflict with our children.
We make sure both my father and I are available and always on good terms. One thing I realized while growing up; how important it is to make sure your partner, especially your spouse is satisfied with their life and career choices.
When one cannot find a way to fit into a new career field, it becomes hard to maintain a healthy relationship at times.
That is why I have put effort put into trying to find jobs with companies that focus on people skills, and I am finding success in them. My husband has always supported me just as much as I support him. This is my story…” Raquel Welch had grown up in a big city known as Huntington Park in Southern California. From an early age, Raquel loved sports, which led her to study computer science at Stanford University.
Being exposed to several cultures helped her learn about many things including Latin America and Europe, which will always stay close in her heart. Raquel loves traveling and seeing foreign cultures.
She loves everything about her culture but has found herself getting interested in learning Arabic from watching movies such as Godfather Jr. One thing I know about living in Los Angeles is that culture goes on forever.
Many cities have long histories and they have passed through several phases. For example, Los Angeles goes through stages such as Westlake-LA, Woodland Hills, Eagle Rock, Studio City, Little Tokyo, Downtown LA, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Hollywood, Westside LA, Venice, etc.
There are so many memories associated with these areas that we should all cherish and try to see what we can do during our lifetime.
During the golden era of the Hollywood movie industry, films like Casablanca, Meet Me in St Louis (1956), Toontown from Jordan (1957), and All About Eve (1979) were made in California as compared to today. These pictures brought back warm feelings in those who had watched them in cinemas.
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