Shakira and Pique sign child custody agreement


Barcelona (EFE).- Shakira and Gerard Pique signed this Thursday before the Court of First Instance and Family number 18 of Barcelona the agreement that will allow the singer to settle with her children, Milan and Sasha, in Miami (States -United).

Shakira and Piqué arrived at the City of Justice around 9:15 a.m., separately and accompanied by their lawyers -Pilar Mañé and Ramon Tamborero-, and while the singer entered through the door of L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, the footballer did by the main access to the Gran Vía.

After signing the agreement – which lasted barely half an hour – Gérard Piqué’s lawyer, Ramon Tamborero, explained to the press that “they are both calmer, more relaxed” and that they thought “of the good of their children”.

Footballer Gerard Pique, leaving court this morning after signing the custody agreement he made with Colombian singer Shakira after their recent separation. EFE/Marta Perez

The signing process went “properly, as we would not otherwise expect, in court, and now awaiting judgment once the prosecutor approves the deal,” Tamborero said.

“A simply formal procedure”

The footballer’s lawyer also denied reports that the deal prevented Pique from establishing residency in Miami or that they could not see the children with their future partners. For his part, neither Shakira’s lawyer nor the singer herself wanted to attend the press.

A few weeks ago, Shakira and Pique said in a statement that they had signed “an agreement that guarantees the well-being of our children” and that it was awaiting ratification in court “as part of a simple formal procedure”.

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Sources from the singer’s milieu then explained to EFE that the artist plans to move to Miami with his children at the beginning of next year from Barcelona, ​​the city where they were born, where they have lived for eight years and are educated. .

The artist has had a residency in Miami for years and this is where his maternal family has also been residing for a few years.


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