Iñaki Urdangarin and Ainhoa ​​Armentia swap torrijas for chebakias: romantic getaway to Marrakech

The already ex-husband of the Infanta Cristina and his brand new girlfriend have taken advantage of the Easter holidays to pack their bags and leave in a hurry before Storm Nelson began to do its thing in the north of Spain, where they live. Iñaki Urdangarin y Ainhoa ​​Armentia They have chosen an exotic destination to forget about daily stress and give free rein to their love: Marrakech.

According to the podcast Mamarazzis, the couple has been seen walking through Yamaa el Fna square, the most touristy in the Moroccan city. They did it holding hands, in a very affectionate and relaxed attitude. They also highlight that there was no trace of the bodyguards who, at least until the end of 2023, were monitoring the departures of the former royal son-in-law. “They are watched, although they are more discreet,” a photographer who works a lot in Vitoria explained to us at the time: “I would say that the agents have been told to be less visible, not to do errands such as bringing them food or not to confront them. to the reporters who usually follow Iñaki or Ainhoa ​​unless they see danger to their physical integrity,” he added.

The truth is that, with or without them, Iñaki and Ainhoa ​​already enjoy the freedom that the divorce between the former athlete and Infanta Cristina gives them, which they signed in January, six months after the 18th birthday of their youngest daughter, Irene. Urdangarin. They did it before a notary, secretly and by mutual agreement, with the approval of their four children, Juan, Pablo, Miguel and Irenewho gave consent to the measures taken that affect their lives.

After that signing, Iñaki and Ainhoa ​​were able to fulfill one of their dreams: live under the same roof. The couple moved to a rental house very close to the home of Claire Liebaert, his mother, where they live together the 15 days a month that Ainhoa’s children are with their father, since they agreed on shared custody after the separation and that The children would live in the family home, with the two parents being the ones who would enter and leave it according to the established shifts.