El Chapo's queen wife WILL join VH1 reality show Cartel Crew 

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El Chapo's queen wife will be joining VH1's reality TV show Cartel Crew, DailyMail.com can reveal.  

VH1 executives confirmed to DailyMail.com on Monday that Emma Coronel Aispuro will be joining the show's second season. 

The confirmation came a week after photos emerged of Aispuro and cast member Michael Blanco, the youngest son of 'Cocaine Godmother' Griselda Blanco, meeting on a yacht in Miami. 

The meeting is featured in an exclusive promo from Aispuro's first episode on the show, which is set to air on November 18. 

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El Chapo's beauty queen wife Emma Coronel Aispuro will be joining VH1's reality TV show Cartel Crew, DailyMail.com can reveal. The 30-year-old is seen in a promo video for her first episode, which is set to air on November 18

El Chapo's queen wife Emma Coronel Aispuro will be joining VH1's reality TV show Cartel Crew, DailyMail.com can reveal. The 30-year-old is seen in a promo video for her first episode, which is set to air on November 18

The confirmation came a week after photos emerged of Aispuro and cast member Michael Blanco, the youngest son of 'Cocaine Godmother' Griselda Blanco, meeting on a yacht in Miami. The meeting is featured in an exclusive promo from Aispuro's first episode on the show

The confirmation came a week after photos emerged of Aispuro and cast member Michael Blanco, the youngest son of 'Cocaine Godmother' Griselda Blanco, meeting on a yacht in Miami. The meeting is featured in an exclusive promo from Aispuro's first episode on the show

The promo shows Blanco speeding up to a yacht where Aispuro is waiting

The promo shows Blanco speeding up to a yacht where Aispuro is waiting

The promo shows Blanco speeding up to a yacht where Aispuro is waiting

Aispuro has been married to notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman since 2007. She is seen leaving Brooklyn federal court after one of his hearings in January 2019

 Aispuro has been married to notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman since 2007. She is seen leaving Brooklyn federal court after one of his hearings in January 2019

Who is Emma Coronel Aispuro?

Emma Coronel Aispuro, 30, is the wife of notorious drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman. 

She was born near San Francisco, California, in 1989 and grew up in the remote village of La Angostura in the state of Durango, Mexico, with her father, Inés Coronel Barreras, who served as Guzman's deputy.  

Aispuro 18 years old when she met Guzman, then 50, at the Coffee and Guava Festival pageant in the town of Canelas, Durango. Guzman reportedly proposed to her at that very event.      

In the summer of 2012, Aispuro traveled to Lancaster, California, to give birth to the couple's twin daughters. 

She had his name left off the birth certificate because the US government had put a $5million bounty on Guzman's head.  

Guzman was captured in 2015 and went to trial earlier this year, with Aispuro sitting in the courtroom for almost all of his hearings.  

Cartel Crew depicts the lives of eight reality stars with deep family ties to the drug world as they work to make a name for themselves outside crime.   

Aispuro certainly fits the bill, having been married to notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman since 2007.  

As the 30-year-old looks to reinvent her image on the small screen, her husband and the father of their twin seven-year-old girls is serving life plus 30 years in a maximum security prison in Colorado known as 'the Alcatraz of the Rockies'. 

Aispuro will make 'several appearances' on Cartel Crew, VH1 said, opening up about her life after El Chapo and her 'upcoming business venture'.    

DailyMailTV got an inside look at Cartel Crew in an exclusive interview with Blanco set to air on Tuesday. 

Blanco starred in the first season

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