Who is Madison Cawthorn’s wife Cristina Bayardelle?

MADISON Cawthorn is a rising Republican superstar who won North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District during the 2020 election.

He became the youngest Republican ever elected to Congress.

Who is Madison Cawthorn's wife Cristina?

Cawthron's wife Cristina Bayardelle is an American fitness model, athlete, fitness instructor, personal trainer and entrepreneur from Florida.

She mainly works for the CrossFit fitness company.

Cristina has competed in six different CrossFit tournaments over the last five years, the most recent in 2020. 

She is studying to be an anesthesiologist, according to an Instagram post by Madison.

When did they get married?

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In a post on his Instagram page in December 2019, Cawthorn announced his engagement to Bayardelle. 

"Man, I feel like that diamond was created just for her. So joy filled and in love," Cawthorn wrote on Instagram.

On April 4, Cawthorn announced he and Cristina tied the knot.

"On April 3rd of 2014 my life changed," he tweeted.

"A car accident put me in a wheelchair and dashed my hopes for the future.

"On April 3rd of 2021 my life has once again changed. Marrying Cristina Bayardelle , now Cristina Cawthorn is the greatest honor, privilege and adventure of my life," he concluded.

Why are Madison and Cristina getting divorced?

Cawthron announced on Wednesday that he and Cristina were divorcing afterless than eight months of marriage.

The rising Republican cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split.

He said being elected to Congress in 2020 "overnight our lives changed. That change has been both hectic and difficult, it’s neither the pace nor the lifestyle we had planned for."

He added: "From the outset, we committed to make things work, to fight for our marriage, and seek counsel for balancing the enormity of such a transition in life.

"Together, we realized that balance was not attainable, and that we had irreconcilable differences between us."

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