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Marital crisis with Princess Charlène of Monaco and Prince Albert? Vera Dillier, an old friend of Albert, is now unpacking about the relationship.
On July 1st, Prince Albert of Monaco (63) and Princess Charlène of Monaco (43) celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary. But the love anniversary was anything but a happy day.
The ex-athlete has lived in South Africa for months. The royal couple therefore spent their wedding day separately. Alleged reason: The 43-year-old is not allowed to travel due to an ear, nose and throat infection.
In an interview with the South African website “Channel 24”, Charlène recently complained that she missed her husband terribly. However, Royal fans are already whispering that their marriage is over.
Now the Zurich luxury lady Vera Dillier (72) goes one better. The jet setter unpacks with the Germans about Albert’s marriage. Before his relationship with Charlène, the prince was a completely different person.
She remembers Albert as a fun-loving man. “I’ve never laughed as much in my entire life as I did with him,” said the 72-year-old on “RTL”. She met the prince in St. Moritz in the 80s – the beginning of a close friendship.
The Zurich resident asserts, however, that nothing ever happened between them. The prince did not “leave out” any of her friends for this. Dillier: «Nobody has ever complained. They all smiled blissfully the next day. “
Charlène also knew about Albert’s women’s stories. The princess is said to have rang the alarm bells when she saw him fooling around with Vera Dillier in St. Moritz.
She remembers: “Albert and I had told each other something funny, then Charlène came along and he introduced her to me. But we didn’t warm to each other. She wasn’t enthusiastic about me and I wasn’t enthusiastic about her. I don’t think she was enthusiastic about any of Albert’s female friends. “
No, surely that’s an excuse.
No, surely that’s an excuse.
Yes, why should she lie?
Yes, why should she lie?
His new album “Seelenrausch” was released on Friday. With “Today” Nik P. spoke about the pressure to succeed, John Lennon and love.
Music is known to be balm for the soul. And now Nik P. takes care of this, who wants to trigger a real “soul rush” with us with the help of the 14 songs on his new album. The Carinthian wants to make his contribution to bringing conscious (experiencing) life back into all of our lives – and that in all its facets: “In Schlager I want to say what I think, what I feel – and my audience wants that too. “
From deeply doubtful to mercilessly optimistic. Sometimes inspiring thoughtful, sometimes animating light-footed. Without wanting to appear as a do-gooder, but as a person who is aware of his responsibility. Anyone who listens to his new notes will immediately get a glimpse into the soul of this multifaceted singer-songwriter. Like his great role model John Lennon Nik manages seemingly effortlessly to wrap emotions in music.
“I want to be authentic, so I let my soul run free in my songs,” Nik explains during his visit to the “Today”-Editorial staff. He doesn’t stop at serious topics, which songs such as “Who divides the colors out”, “The Clochard” or “Some die young” prove.
“Life itself has so many facets, there is not only an ideal world. And I noticed that my fans are also asking for those songs that are not so common for the hit, that contain a message, that something It’s harder. That shows me that you can expect a lot more from a Schlager fan than many believe, “Nik is convinced
Four years have passed since his last album. A break that was urgently needed after 18 albums in 20 years (between 1997 and 2017), as Nik openly tells us. The singer was close to burnout. “I noticed that I can no longer do this. I had the feeling that the assembly line was starting, that shouldn’t be, that’s why I switched back.”
With the producer Henning publishers (Unheilig) The 59-year-old found his ease again, “this carelessness of sitting down and writing something without feeling the pressure of a record company behind me. I’m glad I took this break. Without it, the album would be certainly not what it turned out to be. ”
Nik’s new songs are as varied as life itself. His lyrics and melodies are statements and reveal everything that moves him deep inside his heart. “I love to sing about love. It is the central theme of our life, it determines whether we are doing well or badly,” says the Carinthian native – and you can tell right away: He is doing very well again. He’s been happy with his Karin for four years, you can hear that in songs like “Your Art” or “Side by Side”: “I sing from my emotional world, it comes from deep inside and I’ve tried all facets of this ‘intoxication’ ‘to take place. “
By the way, if you want to be intoxicated by Nik P. live, you can do it here:
July 31: Exhibition hall in Klagenfurt
October 23: “Nik P. Symphonic” in the large festival hall in Salzburg
November 13th: “Schlagernacht des Jahres” in the Wiener Stadthalle with ao Melissa Naschenweng, Ross Anthony
And he even published several photographs in which you can see how well his little daughter had a good time, who did not stop jumping and smiling.
Immediately the comments were immediate and one of them attracted attention, because Mauricio Ochmann could not help leaving a lover message.
The soap opera heartthrob put several heart emojis, an act that was applauded by his fans, noting that despite being separated from Ais, they have an excellent relationship.
“I applaud his maturity”, “It’s good that May and Ais get along”, “Mauricio always showing his love for his daughter.”
The beautiful images already have more than 555,472 likes.
It should be noted that Ochmann recently announced that he began a romantic relationship with Paulina Burrola, who is very happy with him.
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