Elga Enardu and Diego Daddi are one of the longest-standing and most beloved couples in the history of Uomini e Donne. They met during the 2008/2009 season of the dating show hosted by Maria De Filippi, although their love blossomed outside the television studios. Elga, who was a suitor at the time, initially chose Marcelo Fuentes, who decided to end his journey as a single. Diego, on the other hand, was a contestant on the show and turned down suitor Claudia Piumetto.
Their love story continued outside the program and they got married in 2017. The former Uomini e Donne contestants chose to expand their family with five dogs. However, Elga’s recent social media posts have raised speculation about a possible rough patch in her relationship with her husband. After posting a couple selfie, Elga later shared a video in the car with two of her dogs, saying, “Good morning, slightly shaken but strong. I just got back home with Giulio and Toy. They are my only family.”
It was this last statement that raised doubts about a possible crisis between Elga and Diego. Furthermore, Elga’s subsequent social media stories did not help dispel this hypothesis. After the video, she posted a photo of suitcases with the caption, “Starting from here with broken bones and a broken heart.”
Later, she made more statements, posted again on social media: “I promise myself, my family who loves me unconditionally, and all of you that I will never give up. In you and in my strength, I will find the courage to not let myself be consumed by despair and melancholy. Because when faced with pain, we can choose to let go (easy) or to react (strength).”
It is currently unclear whether Elga’s words refer to an actual crisis with Diego or not. Diego, for his part, has not commented on the matter, so we will have to wait for further statements from the parties involved to understand if something has broken between the two former Uomini e Donne stars.
Diego Daddi and criticism over his diploma
Just over a year ago, Diego Daddi made headlines for obtaining his high school diploma at the age of 38, after dropping out of school as a teenager to pursue a career in football. The choice of the former Uomini e Donne contestant to graduate in Accounting at the age of forty attracted some criticism, but his sister-in-law Serena Enardu defended him, reminding everyone that it is never too late to start again and pursue old dreams.