Iñaki Urdangarin and a divorce that tastes like cold revenge

The Spanish crown does not lack relatives to make reality surpass fiction and the future of its members exhibit a present that is far from being exemplary or exemplary. Emeritus Juan Carlos is still on the run in Abu Dhabi; A few weeks ago, they sent Froilán there, the grandson who, given the dangerous amount of scandals due to social misconduct, had to be removed from Spain.

Now, the spotlight falls on Iñaki Urdangarin, the son-in-law of the emeritus who went from being a golden boy to ending up in jail for embezzlement. When he left, he made public the relationship he had with a lawyer and his marriage with the ex-infanta Cristina went from anxiety to the current divorce negotiation.

trade. The former infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin were married in 1997 and have four children: three boys and one girl. The judicial scandal and jail ended with the marriage and the touch of grace was the new relationship of the son-in-law of the emeritus Juan Carlos. The final details of the divorce are not published because they are still in negotiations.

With a monarchy fractured by so many scandals, the Spanish media began to echo rumors and leaks that enabled these cracks in the Bourbon wall. And it is in this combo of crossed information where what seems to be glimpsed is a sneaky revenge of Iñaki Urdangarin. Perhaps not directly against his ex-wife, but with the monarchy, since he paid with prison a sentence that for many should also include Cristina, as an accomplice.

The figures that the Spanish press publishes are, in principle, a monthly pension for Urdangarin of 25,000 euros, also the continuity of the security that he has today and that is provided by the Spanish State, and also. of course some properties. All in exchange for the promise that Iñaki Urdanagrín maintains an unbreakable silence. It is not something that now does speak.

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