Munich (AP) – The actress Christine Neubauer and her partner José Campos are apparently forging wedding plans. “We want to finally get married. Without Corona we would have been married long ago,” said the 58-year-old of the magazine “Bunte”.
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It was not a spontaneous decision, as the actress (“Die Holzbaronin”) revealed. “We’ve been secretly engaged for a long time.”
The Corona crisis also played a role in the decision to marry. “Through Corona we felt even more how important our deep love and closeness to one another is,” reported Neubauer. So far, her family has come through the pandemic in good health. The official blessing is all the more important now. “In this way we can be sure that in the worst case we can be there for the loved one in front of the authorities or in a clinic.”
Neubauer’s partner is a Chilean photographer, they both live on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Neubauer has been divorced from her first husband since 2014.
Neubauer became known at the end of the 1980s with the series “Die Löwengrube” on the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation. She received a Grimme Prize for her role in the literary film adaptation “Krambambuli”. She also played in films such as “Vollweib sucht Halbtagsmann”, “Die Geierwally”, “Moppel-Ich” or “Meine Heimat Afrika”.
She can also be seen in a movie this year – in the crime comedy “Kaiserschmarrndrama” based on the novels by Rita Falk. The film was actually supposed to come to the cinema last summer, but the start was postponed due to the corona pandemic.