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Colin and Livia Firth say goodbye after 22 years - Lifestyle

2019-12-15T18:40:59.119Z

"Colin and Livia Firth have separated. They remain friends and remain united in their love for their children. They ask to respect their privacy. There will be no other comments." (HANDLE)



"Colin and Livia Firth have separated. They remain friends and remain united in their love for their children. They ask to respect their privacy. There will be no other comments." With a meager note sent to the English media, one of the gold couples of cinema says goodbye after 22 years of marriage.
The British Oscar-winning actor (for the role of King George VI in the King's Speech, which also earned him a Golden Globe), 59, and the Italian documentary producer, Livia Giuggioli, 50, had met in Colombia, on the set of the TV movie Nostromo in 1995. The yes had arrived two years later. Then the children: Luca, born in 2001, and Matteo, born in 2003. They were divided between London and the Tuscan countryside and Firth, a couple of years ago, had also obtained Italian citizenship.
The first crunches, important, to the couple's stability had begun to be felt last year when her relationship with the Italian journalist, and childhood friend, Marco Brancaccia, was made public between 2015 and 2016, during a period of separation of the two.
The story ended in court and from there on the pages of half-world newspapers. Brancaccia, in fact, was put under investigation on the charge of stalking, to which he replied with a counter-dispute for slander and defamation. The affair ended in July 2018 with the withdrawal of the charges and an out-of-court settlement "for the benefit of the respective families", ratified the following October.
Firth (who also has another child from a previous relationship) is one of Britain's most beloved actors and has starred in many films. In addition to the award-winning The Speech of the King, it owes its popularity to films such as Diary of Bridget Jones, Girl with a Pearl Earring and Love Actually. The interpretation in Tom Ford's debut film A Single Man earned him the Volpi Cup at the 2009 CInema Venice Film Festival. Since 2011 he has also a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Source: ansa

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