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The past year ends pretty bad for farmer Gottfried. Because his wife Martina died in 2021 . The two had met in the RTL dome show " Bauer sucht Ms. ", fell in love and then married.

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The cancer diagnosis came out of nowhere for both, and Martina ultimately lost the fight against the insidious disease. For Gottfried it was the second time that he had to wear his partner to grave.

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but meanwhile he is better and he has managed to get out of the deep mourning hole. The reason: Gottfried is freshly in love again. On Facebook, Gottfried now shows photos with the new woman at his side. Below he writes: "My new happiness"

Many are happy for the farmer and wish him only the best for his new love happiness. We also.


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