Simona Halep embraces popular trend to help her forget about former husband

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Nowadays, when a break-up happens, many couples erase their Instagram pictures with their former lovers, and so did Simona Halep after she divorced from her millionaire husband. Halep removed all pictures with former husband Toni Iuruc except one.         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Simona Halep (@simonahalep) On Thursday, Halep took to Instagram, where she confirmed that she is divorcing from Iuruc, and requested from the media to respect her privacy. "Toni and I decided by mutual consent to go our separate ways. I would like the press to respect our privacy and treat this subject with decency and discretion," Halep wrote on Instagram Story. Related: Simona Halep addresses rumors about divorce from Romanian business tycoon  Simona Halep’s husband confirmed the divorce About a year after their civil wedding, Toni Iuruc announced that he and Halep have decided to divorce. Iuruc was contacted to address the rumors that Halep broke up with him. See exactly what Halep’s husband said in this article: Simona Halep's husband confirms shocking divorce Halep decides to miss important tournament after divorce Affected by her premature US Open exit and her recently announced divorce, Simona Halep will not participate in the most important WTA tournament of September. See what is the tournament and which other top-ranked players have already announced their presence in this article: Simona Halep decides to skip Tokyo after early US Open exit and divorce  The rumored reason for the split is the big distance between Halep and her husband. Moreover, while the distance between Halep and Iuruc could have been one of the problems, Simona’s early exit from US Open could have also worsened the relationship. Halep lost in the 1st round of the US Open against Ukrainian Daria Snigur. Simona Halep and millionaire Toni Iuruc married civilly last year, and their religious marriage was planned for November 13th, this year, at Casino Sinaia in Romania.

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