Countess Alexandra: – Confirms the break-up rumours

The dramatic breakup between Countess Alexandra (58) and Nicolai Peitersen (53) continues to make headlines.

There has so far been little information about the break-up, but when Peitersen did not participate in the burial of the countess’s mother, it raised a number of questions.

Only days later it became known that the breach was a fact.

According to Danish Here and now There must have been several women in Peitersen’s life.


Even when the breakup was made public, it appeared to have been of the dramatic variety.

Among other things, it was mentioned that the countess had taken action after she was made aware of things she does not want to be associated with.

Now writing Here and now that the 53-year-old had eyes for more than just his girlfriend.

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– That’s correct. Countess Alexandra has unfortunately received confirmation that it was also another woman, says spokesperson Helle von Wildenrath Løvgreen to the newspaper.

Løvgreen has previously stated that the countess will no longer be associated with the ex.

– Countess Alexandra has been made aware of some events that she strongly distances herself from, and has therefore reacted immediately, despite the fact that she is in the midst of grief following her mother’s death, BT was informed.

Retains investment

Earlier, however, it was known that the countess does not cut all ties with her ex.

According to Danish See and Listen Namely, Alexandra has chosen to keep the investments she has made in her ex-boyfriend’s company Wikifactory Group ApS.

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– She is doing this for two reasons: because they were lovers and because she thinks it is a good investment, said Løvgreen.

It is not known how much money the countess has invested in the company.

Wikifactory is a digital platform, where designers and engineers can collaborate to create different products and programs.

Nicolai Peitersen is the company’s managing director.

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