In today’s edition of the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, well-known journalist, Pilar Eyre, reports that His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain has allegedly kicked his longtime and controversial mistress, Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, to the curb!
The old king allegedly ended his relationship with the tarty German princess after the infamous Botswana Affair which resulted in the massive backlash against him from the people of Spain and from around the world. I suppose he’s trying to rehabilitate his reputation as a responsible dude as well as loving husband.
The blonde and busty princess has apparently fled to Monte-Carlo, Monaco where she will remain in hiding indefinitely. She has also hired a “… prestigious lawyer from Germany, Mr. Matthias Prinz…” According to Pilar Eyre, the reason why the blonde princess hired Mr. Prinz is to “… track all international media in search of information that can damage the honour of his client…”
Sources: Vanitatis and La Voz Libre via El Mundo
4 thoughts on “Adiós, Senorita! His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain Allegedly Dumps His Longtime and Controversial Mistress, Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein”
Who is princess corinna anyway? What’s her background? Is she a princess because she married a prince (but then got divorced)?
Hi Heather! 🙂
Technically, she is no longer a princess after she divorced her husband Prinz Casimir zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. It seems the press use the term “princess” as a courtesy…
Any way, here are two great articles, in English, about Corinna and her background.
Corrina and Albert in the same town…..uh oh! Charlene better keep a close eye on her.
The King of Spain still can manage having a mistress? He must be using medication cause he is just too old.
Comments are closed.