Celebrities: Stephanie and Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg have separated – Panorama

Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg51, former defense minister, and his wife Stephanie, 46, are going their separate ways – after 23 years of marriage together. They were once considered the German Kennedys, but after the plagiarism scandal surrounding his doctoral thesis, the two of them became quiet. “Yes, it’s true, the couple separated on good terms last winter and will continue to remain close friends,” confirmed the couple’s lawyer.

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Hugh Jackman51, and Deborra Lee Furness, 67, an actor and actress from Australia, have separated after 27 years of marriage. They said this in a joint statement People Magazine: “We have been blessed to live as husband and wife in a wonderful, loving marriage for almost three decades. Now our journey has changed and we have decided to separate so that we can each grow for ourselves.” The Australian couple has two children together: son Oscar, 23, and daughter Ava, 18. There is apparently no bad blood: “We will face this new chapter with gratitude, love and kindness.”

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Barbara Schöneberger49, presenter, warns against false diet advertising. She posted a screenshot of a false advertisement on Instagram, in which she stands in front of a white wall and holds a sign that says, “I weighed 76 and now I weigh 57.” The advertising was fake, she clarified. “Please don’t buy!! Some assholes here are using my identity to rip off people. I weigh 70 kilos!! I just got on the scales again. I broke the 57 kilos sound barrier when I was 16 and never reached it again!” she writes .

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Lena Dunham, 37, US actress, paints a wall for at least $5,000. To support the Hollywood screenwriters’ strike, the Union Solidarity Coalition is auctioning off meetings with prominent actors. The final bid for a possible mural by Lena Dunham was $5,100. Alternatively, you could bid on a dog walking service with Adam Scott or a pottery course with actress Busy Philipps. Natasha Lyonne offers 15 minutes of her time to help you solve the New York Times-Crossword puzzle helps.

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Harry, 39, British prince, had a hearty meal. On the eve of his 39th birthday, he visited a traditional brewery in Düsseldorf’s old town with his wife Meghan. According to a spokeswoman, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex not only drank Altbier and wine there on Thursday evening, but also enjoyed knuckle and black pudding. “So proud! Impressed by very friendly people who enjoyed our Schumi Alt, Haxe Wiener Schnitzel, blood sausage and German sausages”, wrote the Schumacher Brewery team on Instagram.

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Snoop Dogg, 51, US rapper and actor, dodges horses. On the show “Double G News” he said that he was afraid of the animals. He would never do a movie scene with horses. “I’ve done scenes with ostriches, iguanas and all sorts of other things,” he said. “But never with a horse. I just think to myself: ‘Take that thing away!’ I don’t know why I’m so scared.” But he understands that people can be enthusiastic about horses. “Maybe one day someone can introduce me to a little horse. A little donkey or something that I can use to learn to get used to the animals.”

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Ralf Moeller, 64, actor, has scraped together his money. Despite high beer prices, he wants to go to Oktoberfest this year too. “I’ve saved money. A liter of beer costs 14 euros this year – I already have twelve,” he joked at a marketing event in Munich. He assumes that his friend Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hollywood star and former governor of California, will not miss the Oktoberfest, which starts this Saturday.

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