Most commonly known to many as: Jinkee Pacquiao
Maria Geraldine “Jinkee” Jamora was born on January 12, 1979 with a twin sister named Janet. Born with a conservative family background, she is the daughter of Nestor and Rosalinda Jamora. They are a middle-class family, whose means of living depends on coconut industry, both buying and selling. Jinkee and Janet are the third siblings. Her parents describe Jinkee as an obedient and a quiet daughter.
Jinkee was a hardworking student of Notre Dame, an exclusive school of General Santos City. She was a consistent honor student. She took a two-year course in computer programming at A.M.A. Computer University and eventually did not continue as she pursued to work at Filmark Mall in the same city as a beauty consultant.
How she met Manny Pacquiao
While still working at Filmark Mall, Jinkee’s uncle, Reynaldo Jamora mentioned that he has a young and a good friend named Manny Pacquiao. Manny is still in his amature boxing carrer at that time. They got married on May 10, 2000 and blessed with four children: Emmanuel Jr. (Jimuel), Michael Stephen (Michael), Mary Divine Grace (Princess), and Queen Elizabeth. She never thought that Manny would be famous.
Like Manny, Jinkee is a celebrity of her own. She has commercials and she is the endorser/model of Belo Medical Group.
Her support for Manny’s Boxing Career
Her support dated way back when Manny was still fighting at Vintage Sports “Blow by Blow” TV show in the Philippines. She visits Manny to the States as a cheerleader during a fight. She is there during training, practice and sparing matches. She and her twin sister Janet was there and stunned when Manny knockdown his sparring partner Aaron Robinson and Jamie Kavanagh.
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»How she met Manny Pacquiao
»Her support for Manny’s Boxing Career
»Her support for Manny’s Political Career
May 10, 2010, which is also their 10th anniversary. Manny tried again for a congressman position, this time at Kiamba, Srangani. This is the hometown of Jinkee. This time he was officially proclaimed congressman of Sarangani district, on May 13, 2010.
As a support, Jinkee finished the ten-day course on legislation and governance along with her husband Manny and his staffs. She is eager to know the role and support of the wife of a congressman. She declares, "Maybe someday I will take place Manny's position when he becomes a senator."