Isabel Sartorius, 56, and César Alierta, 75, they have broken their relationship after three years together.
The first image of the businesswoman and the former president of Telefónica together took place in mid-November 2017 during a tribute concert to Cecilia, the singer-songwriter who died 40 years ago in a car accident.
The couple always stayed very discreet with her courtship and they avoided being seen in public. Even sources from your environment they denied for a long time that there would be more than just friendship between them.
Now, it has been known that the ex-girlfriend of King Felipe VI and the businessman decided to end to your love story this summer.
The reason for the break It has been the distancing and the end of the relationship is final. “The distancing began months ago but now it is final”, has published ‘Informalia’.
Despite the breakup, they have ended on good terms and maintain a very good friendship to the point of having followed making plans together.
César Alierta was in a coma induced by the coronavirus
The former president of Telefónica reappeared on January 21 in an act with Queen Letizia, friend of Isabel Sartorius, after recovering from the coronavirus, disease that led him to stay in induced coma. Just a month before he had suffered a second heart attack.
The event was the Fundación Telefónica, a company of which Alierta was president between 2000 and 2016. Letizia Ortiz was interested in his state of health. Along with them was also the president of Telefónica Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete.
However, several of the attendees commented on small committee that Alierta and Isabel “They haven’t been together for months” and that the businessman “he doesn’t want to know anything about her as a girlfriend”, as published by the aforementioned medium.
In addition, the aforementioned medium points out that The businesswoman, Javier Soto’s ex-partner, did not want to confirm in its closest circle the break and that even “play the distraction” although he knew that “the break between them was going to jump sooner or later”.
Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.
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