Bimba Bosé was born Eleonora Salvatore on October 1, 1975, in Rome, Italy, and died on January 23, 2017, in Madrid, Spain.
She was a Spanish model, designer, actress, and singer.
Bimba’s artistic name means (the) girl in Italian.
She was the daughter of Lucía González Bosé (August 19, 1957, in Madrid) and her first husband, Alessandro Salvatore (died in October 2008).
She was the maternal granddaughter of bullfighter Luis Miguel Gonzalez Lucas “Dominguín” and actress Lucia Bosé, she had six brothers and sisters: Rodolfo (Olfo) Bosé, Alessandro, Francesca and Alfonso Salvatore on her father’s side, and Jara and Lucía Tristancho on her mother’s side.
Bose was singer Miguel Bosé’s niece.
Bimba was married, on June 3, 2006, until the beginning of 2013, to producer and musician Diego Postigo with whom she had two daughters: Dora Postigo Salvatore (Madrid, 04/2004) and June Postigo Salvatore (Madrid, 19 June 2011).
During 2014, she had an operation for breast cancer.
During June 2016, Bimba told the magazine “Lecturas” that it has “metastasized in her bones, liver and brain” and she is continuing treatment.
She died due to this disease.
Bimba Bosé passed away at 41 years old.