Shakira believed in ’till death do us part’ before Gerard Piqué split: ‘I was dedicated to him’

Shakira and Gerard Pique allegedly split up when it was revealed that the former footballer had been unfaithful to her. But the Hips Don’t Lie singer stated in a recent interview with Billboard that she had once believed she would be with Pique forever. The Colombian singer stated that she believed in “till death do us part” before the relationship ended in June 2022.

During a new interaction, Shakira shared her feelings about love and stated,  “My priority was my home, my family. I believed in “till death do us part.” I believed that dream, and I had that dream for myself, for my children.” “My parents have been together, I don’t know, 50 years, and they love each other like the first day, with a love that’s unique and unrepeatable. So I know it’s possible,” she added. Shakira said that her parents have always been an example in her life and said, “It’s what I wanted for myself and my children, but it didn’t happen.”

Shakira and Gerard Pique met in 2011 while filming the music video for Waka Waka, the 2010 FIFA World Cup’s official song.

The star singer also opened up about her forthcoming tour during the interview, saying that none of her fans would have seen something like this. She added, “That’s why I think [my next tour] will be the tour of a lifetime because I have so many songs.”

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