Adriana De Moura Inspires Modern Housewives And LGBTIQ+ Community… Not Just For ‘Real Housewives Of Miami’ But Due To Her Drive For Fashion, Art & Education
From a young age, De Moura was influenced by the artwork of her grandmother, a painter. After being impressed by her grandmother's captivating artwork, she eventually decided to pursue an art career. De Moura has focused on multiple art events in Rome, Monte Carlo, Stockholm, and London, representing many international artists. She is also multilingual, speaking Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, and Italian, among others. She also vocals in all five languages.
Many fans recognize Adriana De Moura as an extravagant reality star because of the show's constant controversies and relationship conflicts. Be it accusations of her fake on-screen wedding with second husband Frederic Marq on 17 May 2013 or the recent Kanye West controversy where she shared an intimate detail about the rapper; De Moura has always been in the limelight.
However, there are more than just controversies that viewers love about her. The Real Housewives of Miami cast member is an avid art collector who has eyes for amazing pieces and has worked as an art dealer for years.
From a young age, De Moura was influenced by the artwork of her grandmother, a painter. After being impressed by her grandmother's captivating artwork, she eventually decided to pursue an art career.
Known as the Brazilian Bombshell in the Miami art community, she studied Art & Culture in Florence and the Sorbonne Institute in Paris, eventually settling on Miami's affluent Hibiscus Island. But, that's not it; she is seeking her third degree, a master's in Psychology at Harvard, as an ardent learner who believes in the value of education.
She has visited over 55 countries and saw some of the world's most known museums and galleries.
"My profession is a lifestyle, my globetrotting is based on the artists and art institutions I want to know more about and my professional collaborations with fellow gallery owners," she said.
De Moura has focused on multiple art events in Rome, Monte Carlo, Stockholm, and London, representing many international artists. She is also multilingual, speaking Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, and Italian, among others. She also vocals in all five languages.
Her other obsession is classical music, which she pursued while growing up in Brazil at a classical piano conservatory. Moreover, her only son, Alex, also followed in her footsteps as a pianist.
De Moura is also a humanitarian . She also delivered a classical piano concert at the Steinway Musical Hall to collect funds for her favorite charity, Angels for Humanity, which provides health and education to disadvantaged children.
"My grandmother always said: "Remember that the needs of your spirit are greater than the material needs; always choose love over money and peace over greed."
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Additionally, De Moura is an open supporter of the LGBTIQ+ community. "I love the gay community and always relate and connect to them. We share the same appreciation for beauty, details, art, and we like to live life to the fullest!" the reality television star said.
She also said that she has always found the brightest souls and talent in the gay community. De Moura believes their talent and ingenuity are at the forefront of the art, fashion, and music worlds. How insipid would life be without them in it? I feel like one of them and appreciate all the glamour and fun they bring to our otherwise plain, boring lives," she added.
Moreover, De Moura has also expressed her pride in bringing the reality show's first same-sex marriage to television. The freshly relaunched program, which had been on break for three seasons before returning in December 2021, welcomed new cast member Julia Lemigova and her tennis legend wife, Martina Navratilova.
De Moura said it took her by surprise to know that the Real Housewives franchise had taken this long to include same-sex marriage in the show.
"I was surprised and I actually was the catalyst for that happening because Julia is my friend," she told the Daily Star in December 2021. "I have a lot of fabulous friends but in my mind, I thought, 'You know what? It's about time that we have a same-sex marriage representation on this platform.'