Katy and Russell Have No Regrets Over Prenup and BBC Spends £19000 Sending


 

Katy and russell have no regrets over prenup and BBC spends £19000 sending – Katy and russell have no regrets over prenup And bbc spends £19000 sending staff to The Priory Hi I’m Rachael downie and in a week that started with the death of Whitney Houston, we’re hoping things can only get better… First up, Katy Perry and Russell Brand reportedly have no regrets about declining a prenuptial agreement. The couple separated back in December after just 14 months of marriage. They came to an agreement regarding the financial aspects of their split on February 7th, reaching a final settlement two days later. It has since been claimed by TMZ that Perry and Brand never had time to work out a prenup during their whirlwind romance and were confident that they could agree on points of conflict such as “money, life and religion” in the event of their split. Sources close to the pair have added that they are not surprised by the amicable way the relationship ended, with Brand rejecting m (£12m) of Perry’s fortune. “Russell is a very simple person who doesn’t need much to make him happy,” insiders said. “He would never take money that [Katy] earned. That’s not Russell. “And if it was the other way around, Katy wouldn’t have taken it either. They respect each other too much.” Perry is still said to be reluctant to discuss the breakdown of her marriage. Shame this one didn’t work out… And un other news, The BBC has spent nearly £19000 of licence fee payers’ money on sending stressed staff members to The Priory, it has been revealed. The corporation has

 

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