Bang on Mallorca! Famous emigrant Prince Heinz of Sayn-Wittgenstein (64) leaves the island of the sun – after 26 years. Reason is a new love. But is the new beginning the right decision?
Prince Heinz and Princess Andrea von Sayn-Wittgenstein split up
After 30 years, the popular emigrant and former candidate of "Celebrity Big Brother" recently separated from his wife Andrea (read more here). But the millionaire is not sad. Andrea and he still share a deep friendship, he announced on Facebook.
Andrea has not commented on the division yet. But Heinz knows how much she had to nibble on love and their new relationship: "When Andrea learned from Sylwia, I already noticed that a world collapsed with her."
Then the manager reports, "Of course that breaks my heart too, but you can not change that." The new love struck him like lightning.
"I hope Andrea is happy," he says of his wife, who will continue to live in the 1000-square-meter Villa Colani in Mallorca.
This is the new friend of the star "Goodbye Germany", Prince Heinz.
And Heinz? He moved from Mallorca to Berlin without further ado. Because he is in love again. In Sylwia: 19 years younger than the prince, businesswoman from Poland. The prince packed the suitcases for them.
"In my youth, I dare to start over," jokes the emigrant. And raves about his heart-thumping girlfriend: "She's incredibly smart, beautiful, sexy and cool."
But Heinz, who got rich in real estate deals in Majorca in the early 1990's, maybe think too much? "I have not realized much of it yet. I did not realize Andrea's separation," he admits.
That's why he does not want to hire Sylwia. "She's pushing for something more than me," says the prince. But the 64-year-old is cautious: "I do not even know if there's any future with Sylwia."
Especially since he has to get accustomed to a circumstance once: Heinz is suddenly father twice – and this with 64! Sylwia has a daughter and a son from an old relationship.
Sylwia on Prince Heinz: "He is the man of my life"
The 45-year-old woman, who comes from an industrial family, lives with her children near Krakow in a village twice that of Heinz in Majorca. That does not please the prince.
After the PBB flight, Prince Heinz says: "I apologize for the absurd" (read more here)
He does not want to move to Poland for his new love and give the "good Heinz" who is waiting for his girlfriend to finish her job and take care of the children.
So the two lead first a long distance relationship. For the test. But Sylwia is sure that it will work: "Heinz is the man of my life. I am very happy," says the 45-year-old boy with tears (joyful).
Sylwia moves to Berlin for Heinz
There is much love in the air for the lovebirds. So much so that the two finally contract – in Heinz's new apartment in Berlin.
Conclusion of the first night? "She says I'm snoring," says Heinz with a smile, so Sylwia must laugh. "I slept well," she says with a satisfied expression.
And how does this continue? "I know I'm in love and I know that Sylwia is in love, and that's what counts," says Heinz.
"Goodbye Germany" on Vox
Since 2006, Vox accompanies in the documentary "Goodbye Germany!" It is a movement with the whole family, with the partner or alone – the emigrants are already accompanied in their preparations for emigration.
Documentary soap tells your motivations for this step. Why do you want to live abroad? What dreams do you really want to realize?
"Goodbye Germany" shows the daily lives of migrants
The camera crew is also always in the very painful farewell phase of the old homeland – whether on the last day of class or the last visit to the local pub, there are often tearful farewells with friends and family.
And coming to the new adopted country, migrants often face everyday challenges that need to be mastered: government visits, shopping – on the first day of work. Vox accompanies the emigrants and shows how they master the difficulties.
The film crew visits the emigrants again after a certain time. They report how they felt about them. Some families are visited regularly to give a view of their new life abroad.
Konny Reimann and Jens Büchner: known as "Goodbye Germany"
He is the most famous – and most popular – TV emigrant: Konny Reimann of Hamburg. The skilled artisan became known in 2004 throughout Germany for RTL's "extra" program. He and his family emigrated to Texas Gainesville after his wife Manuela won a green card.
As of 2006, Reimann was an integral part of "Goodbye Germany! The Emigrants". His popularity earned him appearances in commercials and TV shows like "5 vs. Jauch". In 2015, Konny Reimann moved with his wife Manuela to the Hawaiian island of O & # 39; ahu.
At least as well known as Konny is now the singer of Ballermann and former jungle camper Jens Büchner. His fans also call the Saxons "Chaos Jenser". Because the emigrant Vox had to live through many bankruptcies (love) in Mallorca, before it finally rose to him. With the songs "broken but sexy" and "poor pig", Jens Büchner takes his image from the garbage to the grain. The father of the family regularly appears in Ballermann and Germany as a pop singer.