Italy’s Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, has announced that she has separated from her longtime partner, Andrea Giambruno, a few hours after the broadcast of a TV show. This announcement was made on social media and followed Giambruno’s controversial comments on female colleagues during the TV program.
Ms. Meloni stated that their relationship, which lasted for nearly 10 years, has come to an end. She mentioned that they’ve been going in different directions for some time, and now it’s time to accept it.
The couple first met in 2015 and has a seven-year-old daughter.
In her post, the Italian leader thanked the 41-year-old Giambruno for the wonderful years they spent together and for their daughter, Geneva, whom she described as the most important thing in her life.
She went on to say that those who tried to weaken her by attacking her family should know that while a drop of water might break a stone, the stone will always remain a stone, and the drop is just water.
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Earlier in the week, Giambruno faced difficulties after airing off-camera comments on a satirical TV show, where he flirted with a female colleague, saying, You’re very clever… why haven’t I met you before?
Following this, on Thursday, more explicit off-air comments were broadcast, with Giambruno being questioned about whether he was single or in an open relationship.
He was heard responding that everyone at MediaSet, the TV company he works for, knows about it, and now you know too, followed by a lewd reference to group sex.
When asked what would happen if Striscia recorded him, he replied, Did I say anything that bad? We were just joking.
It’s worth noting that journalists have not yet discussed the Prime Minister’s social media post or her off-air comments.
This isn’t the first time Giambruno has caused controversy. A few months ago, he was accused of victim-blaming when he suggested that young women could avoid sexual assault by not drinking alcohol.
She said, If you go dancing, you have every right to get lost in the groove. But if you manage to party while staying sober, you might even avoid special problems, because that’s when you encounter a wolf.
At the time, 46-year-old Giorgia Meloni had argued that her words were taken out of context and insisted that journalists should not be held responsible for what they say when they’re doing their job.
She is known for her strong beliefs in traditional Catholic family values and rejects LGBTQ+ lifestyles.
A member of the center-left Democratic Party and an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, Alessandro Zan, stated that after the separation, she should at least leave those families in peace who want to live together harmoniously.
Her supporters also rallied around her, including Ex, formerly known as Twitter, with her Deputy Matteo Salvini saying that they are giving her a big hug, sending friendship and support. Keep your head high!
Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said, Giorgia, I’m hugging you.
Antonio Ricci, the producer of Striscia La Notizia, told the Ansa news agency, One day Meloni will realize that I have done her a favor.
MediaSet was previously owned by the late Silvio Berlusconi, who was accused by his critics of perpetuating sexism and a culture of machismo in Italian television.
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