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Charles Leclerc: Everything There is to Know About his Ex-Girlfriend Giada Gianni and Why They Broke Up

Charles Leclerc: Everything There is to Know About his Ex-Girlfriend Giada Gianni and Why They Broke Up

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has largely been touted as the next rising star and a lot has been said about him. In terms of his personal life, Leclerc dated Italian beauty, Giada Gianni, since 2015, but recently broke up with her.

The Italian beauty is 21-years old,  but not much is known about her, despite her regular activity on social media. Gianni frequently habits Instagram with over 58.4k followers, but aside from that, she has shied away from the spotlight.

They were rumoured to be engaged, however neither party has confirmed such news. Now, with Gianni no longer in Leclerc’s life, she is single once again. Leclerc broke up with her during the 2019 Formula One season.

The Monegasque driver cited that he wanted to focus on his career and challenging Lewis Hamilton for the Drivers’ title. Gianni later confirmed the news via an Instagram video, stating: “Charles left me. He wants to devote himself only to Ferrari.”

Charles Leclerc and Giada Gianni

Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc remained silent on this latest development in his social life. It also transpired that the break-up took place around the Belgian Grand Prix, scene of Leclerc’s maiden victory. The Italian was often seen around the F1 paddocks as Leclerc chased race victories for Ferrari.

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Now, Leclerc is looking ahead to the final race of the season, and hoping that his teammate does not do anything silly. In the wake of their Brazilian Grand Prix antics, the two drivers would have obviously got a earful from the entire team and the higher-ups.

Their personal tussle cost the team a potential podium or even a double podium. What could have been a strong weekend for the Maranello outfit, ended up with both drivers coming away point-less. For the final race of the season, the two may actually be ordered to stay out of each other’s way, or there would be hell to pay.

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