As the portal” O2 “reminds, Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel from For several weeks, they officially stopped being married, at least under Polish law, because the issue of their church wedding still remains. Now the actress has decided to change her name. How did her ex-husband react to this step?
Nobody expected that
When Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel announced their separation in March this year, many of their supporters experienced quite a shock. For many years they were considered the perfect couple. Besides, they themselves meticulously cared for their perception in this way. The actress consistently did not comment on the separation from her husband.
Marcin Hakiel was a bit more effusive and in an interview with Aleksandra Kwaśniewska, he suggested that his marriage had broken up because someone else had appeared in his wife's life. Suspicions immediately fell on Maciej Kurzajewski, but even if the journalist shares something more with his program partner, they do not show it.
Cichopek changes his name!
For three weeks, the marriage of Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel has been a thing of the past. After the divorce, the actress decided to take the next step. After the wedding, Katarzyna Cichopek decided to bear two names. In official documents, she functioned as Katarzyna Cichopek-Hakiel. This is over.
In an interview with “Super Express”, a person from the actress's environment revealed that Katarzyna returns to only one name and her ex-husband was aware from the very beginning that this would be the case. Apparently, Marcin Hakiel did not have a problem with this, because he understands that their paths have diverged and that each of them is starting to make a new life for themselves.
What do you think about Katarzyna Cichopek's decision?
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