Posted on 03/24/2023 07:48
“Life is hard sometimes, sometimes it’s complicated. Sometimes we have problems, just like everyone else. It’s not that we have the Internet, TV, video, that I’ve been in TV for 40 years, that’s not why we don’t have a problem. We have a problem.” But we survive. I am a warrior, my son is a warrior, and we are in this fight together,” the journalist said.
Duda Nagli and Sabrina Sato have been together since 2016. They have a daughter, Zoe, 4. Sabrina announced the end of the relationship last Tuesday and confirmed that the two will remain close for the sake of the baby.
“This is a difficult but necessary connection. I amicably end our relationship. It will be better for both of us. We are no longer a couple, but we still love our daughter and take care of her together. We appreciate the affection and respect of all of you. They will do us all good and our greatest good. We want to protect her now, and you can Help us. Separation, no matter how painful it is, should not be the cause of enmity and division. Duda and I will do everything in the best way, because here, love and respect always prevail,” the announcer said, at the time.
Duda Nagel also spoke about the dismissal on social networks. “It is with great sadness that I inform everyone that our engagement is over. Sabrina and I have different values, priorities, and goals as a couple and family core. We decided in mutual agreement and peace. Together we continue creating Zoe and in friendship, I ask Heavenly Father’s forgiveness for the separation. I thank everyone who cheered on the couple and still cheers on our daughter.” I don’t intend to talk further on this topic for a long time. I also appreciate your understanding. Thank you,” the actor wrote.
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