As the portal” Pomponik “reminds us, some time ago surprised everyone, Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel announced their separation. The couple decided to split up after 17 years together. They are already divorced and are trying to get their lives back together. Marcin Hakiel looks into the future more and more boldly and makes plans for a new partner. Apparently, the dancer is already looking for a new home that he can share with Dominika.
No one expected this separation
Officially, the marriage of Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel ended only a few weeks ago. One hearing was enough to end the 17-year-long relationship. The news about the separation of the couple, which was considered to be perfect, was a big surprise for everyone. Immediately there was an avalanche of speculation as to the reasons that might have been behind it.
The dancer shed a little more light on the matter by giving an interview to Aleksandra Kwasniewska. During the conversation, he suggested that his wife had found someone else. Immediately suspicion fell on Maciej Kurzajewski, although so far it has not been confirmed.
Significant changes are looking for in the life of Marcin Hakiel
We know a little more about Marcin Hakiel's emotional life, who is to think more and more seriously about the future with his new beloved. The findings of “Na Żywo” show that the new beloved dancer strongly supported him after the break-up. She tried to stay with him, even though they were 300 km apart. Dominika and Marcin are thinking more and more seriously about their relationship.
Taught by experience, Marcin does not show the face of his new beloved. An informant from the dancer's entourage revealed that Hakiel's family had already had the opportunity to meet Dominika, as did his friends. “They are also talking more and more often about living in a common house” – reported “Na Żywo”.
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