Iaki Urdangarin has experienced many firsts in the year 2022. His marriage to the Infanta Cristina was entirely destroyed in January after photographs of the ex-handball player surfaced in the media following his release from prison for his involvement in the notorious Nóos Case.
The sportsman was seen strolling hand in hand with a beautiful blonde, subsequently identified as Ainhoa Armentia, along the sands of Biarritz. There were certain pivotal moments in the protagonist’s and his still-married wife’s lives that changed the course of his 55 years in ways he could never have predicted.
From that instant on, all eyes were on Zumárraga and his new delusion, courtesy of Vitoria and Iaki’s former partner at the legal firm Imaz & Asociados. This would have been an ideal stage upon which to launch a relationship that has only grown stronger with the passage of time.
Although at first everything centered around the new couple was hermeticity, they have been gradually putting their silence aside to show themselves without qualms in front of the media that may find themselves in their respective paths, having taken advantage in recent months to make romantic getaways such as to the Balearic Islands, where a series of paparazzi captured the ex of the youngest daughter of King Juan Carlos kissing passionately with the Ba.
Note, however, that Infanta Cristina has not yet given up her wedding ring. Despite the passage of several months since he released a statement announcing the “interruption” of his marriage to Iaki Urdangarin as a result of everything that had occurred with Ainhoa Armentia as the main protagonist, he has not yet formally separated from his wife, as evidenced by his recent trip to India.
Now that the ex-son-in-law of Queen Sofia appears to be doing splendidly in love, it should also be noted that this is not the only area in which he is happy, as he appears to be gradually resuming contact with the world of sport, having offered solidarity talks to the homegrown players of the Barcelona handball team and being a legend of this sport in Barcelona, which his son Pablo has inherited.