Meloni: “Breakup with Giambruno? I’m fine but I don’t want to talk about it anymore”

The Prime Minister: “I do my job as always”

How are you after the breakup with Giambruno? “I’m fine, I do my job as always.” Thus the Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni on the sidelines of the Peace Summit in Cairo responded to a question about her love life following the announcement of the end of her relationship. “There is no political part” of the story, she cut short, “I don’t know what isn’t clear about ‘I don’t want to talk about this anymore'”.

Meloni’s announcement yesterday, Saturday 20 October, on the end of his relationship with his now ex-partner Andrea Giambruno, who has been at the center of controversy for days due to the outlandishness shown by ‘Striscia la Notizia’. The announcement of the separation with the host of ‘Diario del giorno’ came with a message published on the social profiles by the Prime Minister.

Meloni’s post: “Roads divided for some time”. What happened

“My relationship with Andrea Giambruno, which lasted almost ten years, ends here – writes the prime minister -. I thank him for the splendid years we spent together, for the difficulties we went through, and for giving me the most important thing in my life , who is our daughter Ginevra. Our paths have diverged for some time, and the time has come to take note of it”, reads the post.

“I will defend – writes Meloni – what we have been, I will defend our friendship, and I will defend, at all costs, a seven-year-old girl who loves her mother and loves her father, as I was unable to love mine. I have nothing else to say about this”, concludes the prime minister.

Giambruno and self-disclosure from hosting ‘Diario del giorno’

Giambruno, 43 years old and partner of the prime minister with whom he had his daughter Ginevra for almost ten years, has been at the center of controversy for days after ‘Striscia la notizia’ showed new outbursts from the host of ‘Diario del giorno’.

In agreement with the newspaper’s management, he decided to suspend himself from hosting the program broadcast on Retequattro for a week.