Alexia Echevarria was born in Cuba in 1967 but moved to Miami, Florida, early in her life in search of a bright future. The self-proclaimed “Cuban Barbie” – worthy of a slim figure and blonde hair – has completed his undergraduate studies in this beautiful, sunny city before making a name for himself as a businessman and television personality. After all, he is best known for being one of the characters in ‘The Real Housewives of Miami.
Alexia Echevarria‘s career began to rise at the same time as she tied the knot with Herman Echevarria, a Cuban immigrant who became a business leader with a similar success story. They started dating in 2001, engaged in 2003 and got married after signing a prenuptial agreement the following year. The marriage marked Alexia’s second, eight years after her first affair with drug trafficker Pedro “Peggy” Rosello ended. Much of their history is shown on Netflix’s ‘Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami.’ Still, Alexia has been a long way from that country.
Returning to her job, Alexia got her first important break after seeing Herman’s work and behavior. From there, he and his partner at the time founded Venue Magazine, a Spanish major book focusing on fashion, entertainment, and social media that defines Miami, New York, and the Dominican Republic. Working as the Editor-in-Chief alike until it seemed to be closed down in 2016 (about the time of Herman’s sudden passing), Alexia illuminated the latest styles and upcoming Latin stars – her two ambitions for life.
Then in 2011, Alexia Echevarria landed ‘The Real Housewives of Miami’ as a leading reality star. He has appeared in all three episodes of the actual series and has reportedly earned $ 55,000 per episode. Through this, Alexia Echevarria also found opportunities to appear in shows such as’ Watch What Happens: Live, ” Random Pop, ‘and’ American Latino TV. ‘Moreover, now that’ RHOM ‘is back, so is Alexia. This time, however, instead of seeing him wandering around in life as Executive Editor, we will get to know Fashion and the owner of Miami-based Beauty Bar.
In 2014, it emerged that Alexia Echevarria and Herman Echevarria were at risk of losing their home as they reportedly owed the IRS about $ 94,000 in 2009 tax. They paid the bill soon, but Alexia’s legal proceedings continued as she sued her insurance company for failing to pay her son, Frankie, medical bills following a tragic car accident in 2011. He then applied for a temporary injunction against his two sons in 2017, but everything seems to be okay now. Combining all of this with her accumulated assets and income, Alexia Echevarria’s estimated net worth is $ 3 million.