Gente....para tudo!!!! Não estou conseguindo acreditar nisto! Sei lá... História mal contada....
O The Sun (mega blaster master fofoqueiro) publicou que o casal Jenson Button e Jessica Michibata se separou depois de nem um ano de casados. #chooooooquei
O jornal afirma que por conta da agenda do casal, por eles quase nunca estarem juntos, a separação aconteceu. E como eles não assinaram um contrato sobre os bens, parece que agora vai rolar algum estresse.
Eu sinceramente não sei o que pensar. Tô achando tudo muito estranho demais. Publico abaixo o que o jornal inglês mais fofoqueiro ever noticiou e vamos aguardar o que o casal vai dizer oficialmente.
Eu não tô acreditando não... E vocês?
Formula glum: Jenson Button and wife Jessica Michibata split after just one year together
EXCLUSIVE: Pair never moved in together and also did not sign a pre-nup
LOVE-SPLIT couple Jenson Button and Jessica Michibata never lived together after tying the knot, sources said.
The pair wed in Maui, Hawaii, on December 30 last year but their lives remained largely unchanged.
Model Jessica, 31, returned to her busy professional life, based in Tokyo, and Jenson, 35, continued to travel the world with the gruelling F1 circus.
Now the pair have split up and — with no pre-nup agreement — there are “discussions” over Jenson’s estimated £35million income.
A source close to them said: “Jenson and Jessica did not have any financial arrangement before their marriage.
“There are ongoing discussions between them about money, but it’s too early to say how it will pan out.”
The pair met up at various Grand Prix, weddings and friends’ birthdays this year and spent summer holidaying in the South of France.
Their last public appearance together was at the American Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, on October 25.
Pals of Jessica say it was there that they had a big heart-to-heart and talked for the first time about a potential split. Shortly after that they called time on their marriage for good.
A source close to Jessica said: “After getting married, life continued much as it had before. Nothing changed for either of them.
“They had their respective careers and met up when they could. But over the course of this year the meetings became less and less frequent. It was always a difficult relationship to maintain.