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“Ex-wife takes aim” – Danny Cipriani is getting divorced after four years of marriage

In the aftermath of their split, Victoria, wife of rugby sensation Danny Cipriani, didn’t hold back in expressing her sentiments towards the star.

The news of their separation surfaced earlier today with Cipriani revealing the end of their nearly four-year marriage.

He wrote: “Victoria and I sat together this weekend and agreed to separate after 4 years of marriage. 

“Whilst we’ve had some wonderful times together, we’ve also recognised we’re on different journeys and whilst this is sad news, it’s also a new chapter for us both to pursue our own happiness. 

“I only wish the best for Victoria and her children.”

Hitting back, she wrote: “I’m not sure why Daniel needs to tell instagram of his relationship status. I don’t wish for the invasion. Could I ask for some privacy, while navigating through this fragile time.”

The Mail claimed the pair split after Victoria saw “messages on his phone”.

They added: “Victoria had been increasingly unhappy over the last few months.

“Things got tense and then she saw some text messages on his phone and it led to some difficult rows between them and they have now split up.

They are both devastated at the breakdown of their marriage.”

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