Nicolas Prattes and Luiza Caldi would have ended their relationship, says columnist

Nicolas Prates and his girlfriend (Reproduction: Instagram)
Nicolas Prates and his girlfriend (Reproduction: Instagram)

On the afternoon of this Friday, December 8, it was discovered that the actor’s relationship Nicolas Prattes with the dentist Luiza Caldi would have supposedly come to an end. According to the information, people close to the now ex-lovebirds say that the relationship ended just over a month ago. It is worth remembering that the celebrity is the protagonist of the soap opera Fuzuê, on TV Globo.

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According to journalist and columnist Mariana Morais, from Correio Braziliense, the reason for the end of the relationship is still a great mystery in the corridors of the Rio channel. The communicator’s column also highlighted that, in August of this year, Nicolas had celebrated their first anniversary with Luiza. The celebrity showed that he was very in love through the post: “A year of our ‘yes”’he reported, through the post.

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The journalist also highlighted that “from the date celebrating one year of dating to now, it is possible to see just one more record of the couple together in Nicolas’s photo feed on Instagram”. However, it is worth mentioning that the actor and the dentist still follow each other on the social network for photos and videos. Another factor that caught the columnist’s attention is that interactions in each other’s publications supposedly no longer exist.


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Last Thursday, the 7th, Nicolas Prattes, who may be very focused on his work, commented on Miguel’s evolution throughout the 100 chapters of Fuzuê. On ‘Gshow’, the actor spoke about Miguel’s growth in the 7pm show and warns that a lot is still to come: “Without a doubt, Miguel is the character that grew the most throughout the plot and of all the characters I’ve played in my life! If we take the first and last weeks of Fuzuê and combine these two figures, I’m sure it will be very different. That’s because no one stays the same their whole life,” he said.

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