Ferdinand Marcos is a Filipino politician who served as a senator from 2010 to 2016. He is the second child and only son of the former president, dictator, and kleptocrat Ferdinand Marcos Sr.
Marcos received his kindergarten and elementary schooling at the Institucion Teresiana and La Salle Green Hills, respectively, in Manila.
Marcos was moved to England in 1970, where he resided and studied at Worth School, a Benedictine all-boys school in West Sussex.
When his father established martial law throughout the Philippines in 1972, he was studying there. He then went to Oxford to study philosophy, politics, and economics at St Edmund Hall (PPE).
He did not, however, graduate with a bachelor of arts in PPE, despite his bogus claims. Marcos had passed philosophy but failed economics and politics twice, rendering him degree-ineligible.
Instead, he was handed a special diploma in social studies, which is often given to non-graduates.
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Wiki
|Real Name||Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr.|
|Full Name||Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr.|
|Girlfriend/Wife Name||Louise Marcos|
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Real Age
Ferdinand Marcos is 64 years. He was born on September 13, 1957, in Manila, Philippines
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Wife
Louise Marcos, Ferdinand Marcos’s partner, was born 62 years ago. Louise Araneta was born on August 21, 1959, in Manila, Philippines, to a family known as the Araneta.
Bongbong, on the other hand, is 64 years younger, having been born on September 13, 1957.
After courting for a very long time, Louise and Bongbong decided to marry in 1993. Ferdinand was born in 1994, followed by Joseph in 1995 and William in 1997.
They planned an elegant ceremony in Fiesole, Italy, and married in front of family and friends.
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Children
Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos, William Vincent Araneta Marcos, and Joseph Simon Araneta Marcos are the children of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Net Worth
Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the popular politician has an estimated net worth of $10 million
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Political Career
During his father’s 1965 campaign, Bongbong starred in the Sampaguita Pictures film Iginuhit ng Tadhana: The Ferdinand E. Marcos Story, a biography that is said to be heavily based on Ferdinand Marcos’ portrayal in the novel For Every Tear a Victory.
Near the end of the film, a young Marcos is seen giving a speech in which he expresses his desire to become a politician.
In 1980, Marcos Jr. was appointed deputy governor of the province of Ilocos Norte. He took over as governor of Ilocos Norte on March 23, 1983, after his aunt resigned due to health issues.