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Infanta Cristina: marriage-off? Now son Pablo is talking about the future

Infanta Cristina just can’t get any rest: After her husband’s tax scandal, the separation follows. But is it just a relationship break?

Barcelona – She always stood by him, but now it’s all over: Infanta Cristina’s (56) marriage drama is entering a new round. Despite the corruption affair surrounding her husband, Cristina from Spain has always stood by her husband and the father of their four children. For this she even accepted falling out of favor with the Spanish people and the royal family. But thanks to her the former Duke of Palma, in which he is said to have cheated.

Eventually, photos emerged showing Iñaki Urdangarín holding hands with a colleague named Ainhoa Armentia, 43. As a result, Infanta Cristina was forced to issue a statement confirming the end of their marriage after 24 years.
But the children of Cristina from Spain are now hoping for a reconciliation between their parents, 24royal.de knows.*

Because, as the EFE news agency reports, the couple just decided to “break their marital relationship”. So is there a glimmer of hope for the couple – and their children too? At least that’s what Cristina’s second eldest son Pablo (21) thinks, who now lives in Barcelona and studies economics at the EU Business School there. “I think yes, everything will be fine again,” he is quoted as saying. He and his siblings hope, the 21-year-old continues, that mother and father will be reconciled. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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