When partners stop communication, it’s usually a bad sign as it could be a case adultery.
(PRWEB UK) 30 October 2014
As reported in the article by the Guardian, dated 28 June 2014: I divorced my husband and married the au pair, Michele Macfarlane divorced her husband, and married an au pair they hired, as she began to lose her eyesight, due to her progressive eye disease.
Macfarlane, 46, who was born in South Africa, spent most of her life in the UK, where she also met her husband Peter, while they were both drama students in Coventry. They decided to start a family in their early twenties, and Macfarlane was a full-time mother by the time she as 24. They relocated to Cape Town six years later. Ten years later, she is living with her au pair after divorcing her husband. She is currently married to Skye Grove, 45, who works as a communications manager. They have 5 children between the two of them: Grove's 16-year-old daughter, Macfarlane's three children by her ex-husband (two sons, of 12 and 20, and a daughter, 18) plus a six-year-old daughter adopted by Macfarlane and the au pair. Macfarlane wrote a book about the whole experience titled “I Left My Husband for the Au Pair”.
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