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Simona Halep’s Husband Confirms Shocking Divorce
Toni Iuruc declared his and Halep’s divorce almost a year after their civil wedding. “We agreed to split up with Simona! Stop insisting, it’s my final public appearance; the attorneys will handle the rest in the most peaceful way possible,” Toni Iuruc told Fanatik. Taurus was approached to clarify claims that Halep had broken up with him.
Rumors Of Simona Halep’s Divorce
According to Romanian tabloid ProSport, Simona Halep is divorcing her rich husband Toni Iuruc after her dismal US Open campaign. The ruling came less than a year after the couple’s civil marriage. According to ProSport insiders, the decision will be made official at a notary on Thursday. When questioned about the divorce, Toni Iuruc replied, “I don’t comment on our private lives…
No, I’m not divorcing tomorrow… “Stop insisting, no remark,” Iuruc for Fanatik. stated. Halep and her spouse have resolved not to share their wealth from the beginning of their marriage. The speculated cause for the breakup is the long distance between Halep and her husband; however, while the distance between Halep and Iuruc may have been one of the issues, Simona’s early withdrawal from the US Open may have exacerbated the situation.
Simona Halep fell in the first round of the US Open to Ukrainian Daria Snigur. Halep and wealthy Toni Iuruc married civilly last year, and their religious wedding was scheduled for November 13th, this year, at Casino Sinaia in Romania.”Thanks for the joyful marriage wishes. Yes, the information is right. In November, we have our wedding in Sinaia. We hope it will be something really unique for us, but I don’t want to discuss anymore,” Toni Iuruc said.
When questioned about the wedding date, Halep’s husband Toni Iuruc stated, “It’s our private life; if you want to speak about tennis, please ask Simona; she handles the tennis side, she is the specialist, the family champion.”
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