Sylvie Meis makes a surprising revelation: “My husband and I don’t live together, we only see each other at the weekend” | showbiz

Sylvie Meis makes a surprising revelation: “My husband and I don’t live together, we only see each other at the weekend” | showbiz
Sylvie Meis makes a surprising revelation: “My husband and I don’t live together, we only see each other at the weekend” | showbiz

According to Sylvie, her almost two-year marriage is running smoothly. But a ‘perfect’ relationship doesn’t have to be by the book for her. “My husband and I don’t live together. We have a modern marriage anyway, where we both work hard. We usually see each other at the weekend or on holiday”, she tells Robbert Rodenburg in ‘Open Kaart’. The Dutchwoman does want to emphasize that they have a monogamous relationship, so there is no question of (sexual) outings. “I think the secret to a good marriage is talking to each other,” Meis said. “In addition to letting the proverbial fire burn, of course. But that too will fade if you don’t talk to each other. It’s something you have to learn along the way.”

Before her marriage to Niclas, she was married to ex-footballer Rafael van der Vaart for many years. With him she has a son Damián (16). But that marriage ended at the end of 2012.

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Sylvie and Niclas don’t often appear in public together anyway. They also wanted to organize their four-day wedding in 2020 in the greatest secrecy. Castello prefers to stay completely out of the spotlight, even posing unrecognizable in photos at their wedding. Smartphones and the press were therefore also out of the question on their best day. Nevertheless, some details about the impressive party became known and several snapshots were leaked.

The article is in Dutch

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