Emmanuel-Philibert of Savoie restores the truth about his relationship with his wife, Clotilde Courau

Over the past few months, the son of the Italian throne pretender has been plagued by rumors about his relationship with French actress, Clotilde Courau, mother of his two daughters. Prince Emmanuel-Philibert of Savoy, juror of a very popular TV movie in Italy, very clearly answered questions about his love life and made revelations about his couple.

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The Prince of Venice responded to rumors of a relationship crisis

Prince Emmanuel-Philibert of Savoy, 49, a prince businessman, owner of an Italian restaurant in California, president of the International Association of Dynastic Orders at the Royal House of Savoy, father of two daughters, leader in a tank of political thought and also a media personality in Italy. In addition to being the grandson of the last King Umberto II of Italy, the Prince of Venice is on television, where he presents the Italian version of Beijing Expressparticipated in the singing competition at the San Remo festival and was a juror for two seasons of the very popular show Friends. Not to mention the fact that he joined the Italian version of Dance with the stars and that he also launched a clothing brand using Savoy House standards.

Prince Emmanuel-Philibert of Savoy and his wife, Clotilde Courau, of Beverly Hills, in March 2018 (Photo: DN Photography/ABACAPRESS.COM)

The future pretender to the throne of Italy was therefore well known in the country by his ancestors and plagued with all sorts of rumors to which the personalities were accustomed. In France, where he also participated in TV movies, he is known to many who married in 2003, actress Clotilde Courau, 53 years old.

Everyone who is accustomed to following the actress and prince on their respective social networks quickly has an overview of their daily lives. Between the Italian broadcasts and responsibilities within the Savoy House around the world for one, and filming in Paris and the rest of France for the other, it is clear that the couple has always been apart. Enough for the separation rumors to appear in the tabloids.

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Prince Emmanuel-Philibert of Savoy talks about his love for Clotilde

A few days later, the show’s full promotion FriendsPrince Emmanuel-Philibert frankly answered questions from host Silvia Toffanin, on the show Verissimo. “At what stage is your marriage?” question by Silvia Toffanin. “There was no secret between us, we talked a lot, we got along. He, he always lived in Paris, I lived in Monte-Carlo and I always lived in Italy. But we have a lot of love and a strong dialogue, ” secures the son of Prince Victor-Emmanuel of Savoy.

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A crisis? Newspapers say a lot of nonsense “Said Prince Emmanuel-Philibert, who seemed to have found a balance in his wife. Clotilde and Emmanuel-Philibert were married on September 25, 2003 in Rome, in the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, where her great-grandparents, King Victor-Emmanuel III and Hélène of Montenegro, were married in 1896.

A few months later, Clotilde Courau responded Todayabout their marital status. “With Emmanuel, we are very different, but at the same time we are heartily united. We have two wonderful daughters and we are a family. Helping them build and future is very important to both of us. Life is not a fairy tale, but a fight ”. Emmanuel and Clotilde are the parents of Vittoria and Luisa.

Love is basically an ongoing construction, thanks to openness to dialogue, empathy, dedication to each other, despite differences… I love Emanuele so much and it’s for life! “, the actress concluded.

Nicholas Fontaine

Chief Editor

Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After being a copywriter and author for several Belgian and French brands and media, he specializes in royalty news. Nicolas is now editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. nicolas@historiesroyales.fr

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