Shakira is said to have left Barcelona for good after reportedly being served an eviction notice by her father Gerard Pique.
So it’s the smallest split in showbiz?
Spanish media say the singer, 46, received a letter telling him and his parents to leave the former family’s ex-couple’s home after he performed a song dissing fans of Pique and revealed his new girlfriend on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show last month.
This is the plane where Shakira famously posed as a witch on her balcony overlooking her father-in-law’s house, who lives next door.
Speculation was rife in Spain on Monday that the letter was seen shedding tears in a store in New York before its return to Barcelona.
Shock: Shakira looked teary as she “left Barcelona for good” on Sunday after her father Gerard Pique kicked her out of a plane – so is it finally ‘the smallest rift in showbiz’?
Change: Catalan Daily El Periodico describes it as “final goodbye” as after the holidays in Miami he will continue to start a new life there
Oh no: Spanish media say Shakira received a letter telling her and her parents to leave her former family’s home (Gerard pictured with parents Joan and Montserrat)
Shakira made no mention of the eviction order in her farewell speech, which she posted on Instagram, after she was pictured leaving the Catalan capital with her two sons to start a new life in Florida.
He is expected to enjoy a few days of vacation in an undisclosed location with sons Milan, ten, and Sasha, eight, before they start at a private school in North Miami on April 11.
The timing of Shakira’s move took most people by surprise, as April 1 was marked as one of the dates she was looking at.
But uncertainty about the exact date would leave Barcelona until hours before his departure due to continued questions about the health of his parents.
El Periodico and La Vanguardia both reported that Shakira announced on March 13 that he would leave the mansion in Esplugues de Llobregat where he continued to live after the split last year from Pique from April 30 or compensation.
It has been reported that Shakira has received an email signed by her former father John Pique and La Vanguardia has described it as a letter from the father of her ex-husband.
It’s the house where Shakira famously installed a witch in a supermarket in an apparent jibe at Pique’s mum who lives next door.
They said it was owned by their former spouses in their names before it was taken over by a company called BCN Two & Two in September last year, four months after the artist and the ex-Barcelona defender announced their split.
The father shows similarities in the Spanish House companies as the sole director and sole shareholder of the former football custodian company Kerad Holding.
Spanish media did not specify how much “compensation” Shakira had to pay, with part of the agreement changing the ownership of the property next September, if she had not left by the end of this month.
Newspaper asked: ‘Now we understand the images of the singer crying.’
Goodbye: Shakira was seen giving a friend a huge hug before heading off
Make a point? There was a scene in question where Shakira sets up a witch against her mother-in-law’s house – as she insists she is “ready for the next chapter”.
Making a change: Spanish showbiz website Vanitas announced on Friday that the singer-songwriter will be leaving Barcelona to start a new life in the States (pictured together in 2014)
A new beginning: Shakira is pictured with her two sons, Milan, ten, and Sasha, eight, whom she shares with Gerardo, who has had several separations.
Dig: This post Shakira took an apparent swipe at Gerard as she posted an Instagram post about her health after the betrayal on New Year’s Day
Shakira is flying out of Barcelona on Sunday with her two sons after bidding a tearful farewell to family and friends.
She posted an emotional message on Instagram coinciding with her departure, writing an open letter that included a clear irony for her: ‘I decided to give stability to my children in Barcelona, the same stability that we are looking for now in another corner. the world is close to family, friends and the sea.
“Today we began a new chapter in the search for their happiness. There in the city of Barcelona, where I learned that friendship is undoubtedly longer than love.
Thanks to everyone there who comforted me, dried my tears, inspired me and made me grow.
Thanks to my Spanish fans, who have always protected me with love and faith.
She posed for a photo of the wing of the Catalan plane in Barcelona below and added: ‘But things aren’t always how we dreamed them.
Sometimes it runs, but we don’t get there. I never doubt that I am here.
Shakira and Pique, who got together last May after 11 years, confirmed in November that they had reached a child custody agreement after a long negotiation that came to a head with a marathon 12-hour meeting with their lawyers.
They signed the agreement in a court in Barcelona the following month.
As part of the agreement, Pique, now dating Catalan beauty Clara Chia, 24, will spend the holiday season with his children.
Shakira’s desire to move to Miami, where she used to live and part of her family is based, is understood to be the main sticking point in the former couple’s failure to strike a compromise.
The artist, who has relatives and several friends in Miami, owns a 13 million dollar mansion in the city, said to have put it up for sale in 2018 before removing it from the market a few months ago.
Late last month, Spanish media claimed that Shakira may have found love with a new man in Miami.
News website OK Diario told him that the mother-of-two had mysteriously met several months before he posted his latest diss song about Pique and his new girlfriend Clara Chia.
The former Barcelona defender’s relationship with Clara Chia, who just turned 24, emerged shortly after and Shakira announced their split.
The singer-songwriter performed his diss track with Argentinian DJ Bizarrap, in which he fired venomous shots at Pique and his new girlfriend, on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show on March 10. She went on to talk about her breakup with him. former footballer
Simmons said in a subsequent interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais that he was “very happy” following the dramatic changes in his life, which included his split with Shakira and his retirement from football.
He also included a question about Shakira in the interview but added: ‘Every parent has a responsibility to try to do the best for their children.
It’s about protecting them. This is the work of all parents with children. This is what I am focused on and my job as a father.
Raymond Tamborero, a pique lawyer, said in February in his first public comments about the couple’s divorce proceedings: “They did a great job for the good of their children, they certainly weren’t the protagonists.
‘They both showed great intelligence.’
In an interview with the respected Catalan daily La Vanguardia, the father-in-law of the two teacher Tamborero, 74, admitted to the talks that resulted in the agreement: ‘Seven months of negotiations are required.
The meeting was complex and required preparatory meetings. And the decisive meeting before the signing lasted 13 hours.
Leaving: The 46-year-old made no mention of the eviction order in the farewell message, which was posted on Instagram, after being pictured leaving the Catalan capital with his two sons to start a new life in Florida.
A new romance: Gerard and his new girlfriend Clara Chia, after receiving a diss on their songs from Spikes, ended the Colombian beauty’s breakup after a year.
Shakira will have to return to Barcelona for a £12 million tax fraud trial but no trial date has yet been set. He denied any wrongdoing after being charged with six counts of tax fraud, prosecutors say, between 2012 and 2014.
A source close to the singer said of his decision to move to Miami before the end of the school year, in a statement published by the Catalan daily El Periodico: “Milan and Sasha have good grades and the teachers don’t see a problem.
“Decisions are very carefully considered and Shakira feels very calm about things after school with no objections.
“If it would negatively affect him in any way, he wouldn’t make the decision to go to Miami right now.”