Not much was known about the private affairs of newly elected president, Liberian President George Weah up until his inauguration.
What we however know is that his wife, Clar who is now the first lady originates from Jamaica.
Clar Weah, who was born in Jamaica to Jamaican parents, migrated to Fort Lauderdale in the United States where she runs a thriving Caribbean restaurant and grocery store.
George and Clar Weah met at a U.S. branch of Chase Bank. Weah was captivated by the Jamaican native’s beauty and the rest, as they say, is history. Clar resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is a successful businesswoman; she owns a bakery and Caribbean restaurant. They have three children: George Weah Jr., Timothy Weah, and Tita Weah.
Despite his marriage and the three children with Clar, Weah has one child with Meapeh Gono and another child with MacDella Cooper. Cooper is a former model and philanthropist; she launched the MacDella Cooper Foundation and Academy to assist underprivileged children.She endorsed Weah for the presidency in 2014 and describes him as “a good friend.”
Clar, who unlike most women of Caribbean descent, dresses simply, is regarded not only as a brilliant strategist but great canvasser as well, whose bright smile even in difficult moments is able to break barriers,”. “Close allies describe her as intelligent and possessing a special type of aura.