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She was a model in the video Ahora Te Puedes Marchar with Luis Miguel.She then filmed two TV and radio commercials, one for the United States and one for Japan, followed by the TNT video program hosted by Martha Aguayo.Since 2010, Rivera has been an instrumental figure in the political campaign of her husband, Enrique Peña Nieto.In November 2014, an article was published indicating that her million house in Lomas de Chapultepec was registered under the name of a company affiliated with a business group that had received government contracts.When actress Verónica Castro was filming near where Rivera lived as a young woman, Castro and Rivera met and Castro suggested her to compete in "The Face of the Herald", a contest Rivera won in 1987.Rivera’s career began at the age of 17, when she won The Face of the Herald contest.In 2007, Rivera had the lead role in the successful and popular novela Destilando amor as Gaviota, a young girl from the country who went to the big city to look for a better life.
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On 11 December 1994, Rivera was married to producer José Alberto Castro, brother of Verónica Castro, with whom she has three daughters: Angélica Sofía (born 1996), Fernanda (born 1999) and Regina (born 2005). Rivera married Enrique Peña Nieto, then Governor of the State of Mexico, on 27 November 2010. On 30 March 2012, Peña Nieto began his campaign for the presidency, and Rivera accompanied him to the events across the country.
She also published a series of videos which she called "What my eyes see, what my heart feels", where she documented the campaign from her point of view.
Rivera's work as an actress has included Alcanzar una estrella II (1991), La Dueña (1995), Ángela (1998), Sin Pecado Concebido (2001), Mariana de la Noche (2003) and Tequila De Maguey (2007), as well as the soap opera Destilando Amor (2007), responsible for her current nickname "La Gaviota" (English: The Seagull).
As a singer she was a member of the short-live fictional teen group Muñecos de Papel.