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Who is the influencer who claims to be a direct descendant of Moctezuma

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Kitzia Mitre, a Mexican influencer direct descendant of Moctezuma (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

Kitzia Miter is a well-known millionaire who is also influencer and designer, because she constantly uploads content about her luxurious life to social networks like TikTok and Instagram.

Also, she participated in Made in Mexicoa reality show show of Netflix with which it was sought to portray the life of the Mexican “elite”, however, at the time the material was quite criticized in networks.

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With this it was that the influencer became more known and in fact, in the series it was where confessed to being a descendant of the ancient tlatoani of Tenochtitlan.

Designer and influencer, with a millionaire life (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)
Designer and influencer, with a millionaire life (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

And it is that when it was presented at the beginning of the reality show said “I am a direct descendant of Moctezuma Ilhuicamina, he is a direct descendant of my great-grandmother Manuela. I am very Mexican,” she expressed.

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Similarly, Kitzia Miter She is the great-granddaughter of a prominent political figure in Mexico, Gustavo Baz Pradawho was a senator, governor of the State of Mexico and Secretary of Health.

Currently, the young designer has two children, a girl and a boy named Mar and Pedro along with peter czecha businessman of Lebanese descent.

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Kitzia Miter married to Peter Checa (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)
Kitzia Miter married to Peter Checa (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

The couple married in 2021, in the chapel of the Las Vizcainas School. The celebration was quite luxurious, in addition to the presence of several influential figures from the Mexican “elite”.

On the other hand, the influencer has stood out in the world of fashion by appearing at events of important brands. On the other hand, she has been an active member of the Unicef.

Actually, she studied industrial design at the North Anahuac Universitybut over the years he decided to focus more on fashion.

The children of Kitzia Miter (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)
The children of Kitzia Miter (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

for an interview with dna40Mx, Kitzia expressed that the series Made in Mexico it helped him to realize that he wanted to return to the world of fashion.

“Ultimate fashion design is my life’s passion. It is not something that I left without thinking about returning, I left it on pause because I went to do a master’s degree and a doctorate in humanities “

Similarly, he confessed that at some point I do doubt about exposing the lives of his little children, since privacy is a fundamental right.

“A photo that you upload of your children is also forever, they had no voice or vote and of course it is a very strong issue but the new generations will no longer know privacy as we knew it when we were little,” he added.

Kitzia Miter (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)
Kitzia Miter (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

It should be noted that Kitzia is not the only known descendant of Moctezuma, since Mr. Federico Acosta Ruiz Hairstylewho in the program nomas explained his blood relationship with the tlatoani.

“I am a descendant of Moctezuma II, by his daughter Elizabeth of MoctezumaThat’s where my family comes from. (…) Since we were born, all of us in the family have known that we are descendants of Moctezuma.“, said.

The man reported that some of his relatives received a pension just because they were from the blood line of the Mexica emperor, since Isabel de Moctezuma had quite an inheritance that the Spanish Crown gave her.

Federico Acosta Ruíz Peinado descendant of Moctezuma (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)
Federico Acosta Ruíz Peinado descendant of Moctezuma (Photo: Instagram kitziamitre / capture Nmas)

“He inherited, among other things, the Spanish Crown gave him Tacuba, Metepec and Huixquilucan. As they are places that were occupied immediately, they were paid rent, a pension for all of them”, explained Federico.

And it is that according to peace agreement between Mexico and Spain in 1836the Mexican Republic undertook to pay this pension to the descendants, which culminated in 1934.

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