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‘There was absolutely no wrongdoing’: Giovanni Pernice speaks out on split from Maura Higgins

‘There was absolutely no wrongdoing’: Giovanni Pernice speaks out on split from Maura Higgins and says ‘great relationships with great people can come to a natural end’


Giovanni Pernice has spoken out on his recent split from Maura Higgins, saying ‘there was absolutely no wrongdoing’.

The Strictly Come Dancing 31, and the former Love Island contestant, 30, recently separated just four months after embarking on a relationship.

Taking to Instagram, Giovanni insisted that sometimes ‘great relationships with great people can come to a natural end’ which is what happened with him and Maura.  

Speaking out: Giovanni Pernice has spoken out on his recent split from Maura Higgins , saying ‘there was absolutely no wrongdoing’

‘Hey guys – I hope everyone had a great Monday. Going into another wonderful training week – thank you so much for your amazing messages & your support this weekend.

‘I get to live my dream every single day because of you – so thank you, thank you, thank you. I wanted to say a couple of things…

‘Firstly, great relationships with great people can come to a natural end. This has been the case for me recently. There was absolutely no wrong-doing and this should be the end of any speculation.

‘Whilst I respect and understand interest in my personal life, wouldn’t it be fantastic to instead use this space to raise awareness of subjects and issues which need the attention.

Statement: Taking to Instagram, Giovanni insisted that sometimes 'great relationships with great people can come to a natural end' which is what happened with him and Maura

Statement: Taking to Instagram, Giovanni insisted that sometimes ‘great relationships with great people can come to a natural end’ which is what happened with him and Maura 

‘My eyes have been opened to so many things during my career. But I am learning so much from this series of Strictly. 

‘The show has highlighted many important conversations for different communities and increased representation.

‘These are the conversations which deserve the time, energy and recognition. We must concentrate on what’s important and how we can all make a difference in life. Gio x’.  

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