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Cristina from Spain dives: escape after marriage in the direction of Abu Dhabi

Cristina from Spain had to announce the end of her marriage a few days ago. Now King Felipe’s sister apparently needs a change of scenery.

Madrid – After the spicy photos showing Cristina’s (56) husband Iñaki Urdangarín (54) with another woman became public, the couple’s separation followed immediately. The Infanta and the ex-handball player made their marriage public a few days ago. Cristina understandably has little interest in the current media hype. She’s reportedly looking to take some time off in Abu Dhabi — and not alone!
24royal.de* reveals who will accompany Infanta Cristina on her journey.

You really don’t want to swap places with Infanta Cristina at the moment. Now that it’s known that her husband Iñaki Urdangarín doesn’t seem to take it too seriously when it comes to loyalty, the next scandal at the Spanish royal court is complete. Urdangarín was sentenced to several years in prison in 2018 for fraud and embezzlement. He now lives in an open prison. While working in a law firm, he obviously fell in love with his colleague Ainhoa Armentia (43) – the lady in the said spicy photos. Cristina from Spain drew her conclusions shortly after the pictures were published. In a statement, she and Iñaki announced the end of their relationship. Although the two asked for respectful restraint on the part of the media, the sister of King Felipe (53) is probably too much at the moment. As the magazine Semana reports, she now wants to pack her bags and put a few thousand kilometers between herself and her marriage drama. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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