After separating from Julian Kohl, she takes time for herself
Nazan Eckes found personal words for her marriage on Instagram. Stefan Mross and Anna-Carina Woitschack also seemed to like them, who chose suspiciously similar lines in their own separation statement. At GALA, Nazan refers to the plagiarism and also reveals something about her own relationship.
Nazan Eckes, 46, and Julian Khol, 42, have been going their separate ways for a long time – but the marriage only became known in October of this year. Nazan’s sister Belgin Üngör, 46, her manager, confirmed the couple’s separation to “Bild”. Shortly thereafter, the moderator also made a statement to her fans on Instagram. And that suddenly caused a stir days later, because the hit stars Stefan Mross, 46, and Anna-Carina Woitschack, 30, also issued a statement after their separation in November that was suspiciously similar to that of Nazan Eckes – even the same mistakes were made . Coincidence? Or badly copied?
Nazan Eckes speaks at GALA about separation plagiarism
With hostess Annika Lau, 43, Nazan Eckes speaks at GALA for the first time about the alleged separation plagiarism. Friends would have passed it on to her. “The resemblance between the two texts is really amazing,” summarizes Nazan. She initially assumed it was “just a sentence that’s a bit similar.” But the moderator takes the situation with humor. “Apparently I inspired them both,” she laughs. But not only the separation of hits is discussed, the focus of the show is also on their own relationship.
She often takes time for herself
In addition, Nazan Eckes always attached great importance to taking time for himself. “In fact, I do it a lot. I think by now we’re all very used to dealing with constant distractions,” she explains, adding that she limits her social media time as a result. According to her, it is “very healthy” to have a certain distance from her public life from time to time.
“From a certain point, I find it much more important to simply listen to yourself, to be alone, to understand how you function, what is important to you and what is not important to you,” she continues. To achieve this, she does a lot of sport, goes out into the fresh air and, of course, spends a lot of time with her children – she then ignores her mobile phone. “When I know I’m actually going to be off for a few days, I take the time and then I just erase everything that’s out there. And especially when I’m with my kids.”
Source used: RTL