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Colin Firth and his estranged wife, Livia Giuggioli, decided to divorce after attempts to rebuild their marriage for more than a year of work, according to a new report.
The actor, 59, and Giuggioli, 48, announced last week that they will be the end of their marriage of 22 years after the opening of a short separation and extra-marital relationships, in 2018. A movie industry source confirmed to People that the couple have finally decided that it was time to separate, after they were unable to get past her affair.
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“Things never really came around to them, [and then],” the source told the outlet. “No matter what is decided, when, at last, after her love affair, can’t delete the offer. It was time to move on, even if they were a close-knit family and really wanted to make it.”
Colin Firth and his wife Livia Giuggioli, have announced that they are separating.
The couple, who met on the set of the 1996 BBC drama, “Features”, and the share of children Matthew, 16, and Luca, 18, revealed in March, 2018 and that she was separated from him in 2015 and 2016. Giuggioli, it is allowed that, during that time, she had a brief affair with an Italian journalist, Marco Brancaccia. However, things get ugly when Giuggioli accused of Brancaccia, of stalking her after they have river views and it was put back together.
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She claimed at the time that Brancaccia has sent one of her “scary” posts, but ever since then, he has denied the claims, stating that his behavior was excessive.
Last week, however, the river views and the Giugggioli has announced that they are to be separated by means of a joint statement that noted, they are “maintaining a close friendship, and remain, united in their love for their children.”
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“They love their children, and to respect and care for each other, but it was just time,” the resource People will be added. “They want to protect their privacy and just move on.”