(The newspaper online) Just before Christmas, it became known that influencer Martine Halvorsen (25 years old) and her husband, hockey player Christian Casastol (26 years old), separated after nine years.
In an emotional interview with Nettavisen, Halvorsen said that she and Kåsastul had been separated for some time, but they had finally decided to separate.
-We have a lot of loving respect for each other. “We still have it, but sometimes it feels like it's here,” Halvorsen said.
Martine and Christian are separated
Halvorsen and Kaastul have been living abroad for several years, but about two years ago the 25-year-old bought an apartment in Asker.
Now it has been put up for sale.
– He feels dizzy
In an Instagram Story, Halvorsen revealed that she will be selling what she herself calls her dream home.
-It feels crazy. “He has a heavy heart, but at the same time a light heart,” Halvorsen says in the Instagram video.
The apartment, located in the center of Volyn Marina, is now for sale with an asking price of NOK 15,800,000.
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According to documents obtained by Nettavisen, the couple bought the apartment for NOK 13.7 in 2022, when the house was newly built. This means that the value of the apartment has increased by about two million kroner in just over two years.
Halvorsen goes on to say on her Instagram story that she is so grateful that she was able to spend good years in Volin's apartment.
But she did not say where Halvorsen would go now. However, she says it will be an exciting time ahead:
– I hope and believe that what happens next will be exciting.
-You should focus on me
For many years, Halvorsen was the “hockey wife,” and the former couple lived in six different countries in 14 different apartments. Although this led to the two becoming close and close, living what she describes as an “amazing life,” it also affected Halvorsen.
– I am tired. I decided very early on that I would never limit myself or him. Then I realized that I had limited myself too much by following his dreams.
-I loved doing it, but I got to the point where I couldn't do it anymore. “I have to focus on me,” Halvorsen told Netavicin in December.
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