Whilst working at Grãos de Luz, Jimena met Jimmy Page, who was promoting the album `No Quarter: Unledded` in South America. They spoke about the problems facing the children of Brazil, and discussed doing a project `some day`.
However, when Jimmy went to Rio de Janeiro, he witnessed unrest in the favelas, and the authorities` reaction to this. From his hotel room, he could see military tanks rolling into the communities. Within 48 hours, he had determined that he had to do something to help the situation; this led to the establishment of Casa Jimmy, a shelter for abandoned street children, which continues to be run successfully today.
Over the following year, Jimena accompanied Jimmy on his tour, continuing to promote Grãos de Luz along the way. When they returned to settle in the UK, Jimena set up the ABC Trust, with Jimmy as the founding patron.
Jimena and Jimmy Page have been together since around 1994, when she was 22 and they married in 1995. They have two biological kids son Ashen (born in 99) and daughter Zofia-Jade (born in 97).
Jimena had one daughter, Jana (born 1994) from a previous relationship who Jimmy adopted.
It seems that on August 2008 Jimmy and Jimena were already divorced, according to this site (http://www.suffolkfreepress.co.uk/news/Long-Melford-hosts-Led-Zeppelin.4387503.jp) "Led Zeppelin guitarist Page, (...) started the ABC Trust with his ex-wife Jimena". Jimmy left the family home in 2003 and they officitally divorced mid 2006.