Last January 25, Infanta Cristina and Inaki Urdangarin announced the end of their 24-year marriage, after photos of the former handball player with another woman became public. It was Ainhoa Armentia who worked with him and maintains their relationship, even though he has not yet officially divorced the younger sister of King Felipe VI.
The process is still ongoing and Hola magazine says it will not be completed until 2024, and is scheduled to resume after Three Kings Day, which is the most prominent Christmas season in Spain. The divorce will be signed in Barcelona, where Cristina and Iñaki were married on October 4, 1997.
At that time, unlike what had happened before with Infanta Elena and Jaime de Marichalar and later with Felipe VI and Letizia, the former spouses had not signed any prenuptial agreement, meaning that they were married under a system of separation of property. Standard in Catalonia.
In recent weeks, he has read a lot about the topic, without confirming anything. The only certainty is that although she accepts that the father of her four children (Juan, Pablo, Miguel and Irene) has continued his love life with someone else, Cristina continues to display her wedding ring on her left hand. When the marriage is annulled, Inaki will not have a National Police escort, which has already drawn much criticism. The Spanish press also says that the Infanta will pay him a pension of up to three thousand euros
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