Yesterday, Tuesday two years ago, her husband Jens Büchner (1969–2018), also known as an emigrant from the Vox program “Goodbye Germany” and nicknamed Malle-Jens, succumbed to cancer. Since then, Daniela Büchner (42) has raised her five children by herself and has also managed her own café on Mallorca. Now the TV woman is finally enjoying togetherness again: the widow is freshly in love.
The new man by her side is no stranger: It is pop singer Ennesto Monté (45), ex-boyfriend of the jungle camp resident Helena Fürst (46). There was a lot of spark between the two. At the beginning of the month Büchner was still covered. “I would say we are in the phase of getting to know each other,” she said on Instagram.
Friendship turned into love
Büchner confirms her new love. “Ennesto is a man who I have counted among my friends for many years, but with whom I have had very different feelings for a few months,” says the German. “It’s a very big step for me – one that at times I no longer believed in. I would like to thank everyone who is now happy for me, for us, wishing us luck and being in good spirits. ” They do not want to express themselves further at the moment, but for the time being quietly concentrate on love.
Rumors about the relationship have been around for a long time, a year ago the two were seen on a shopping spree in Mallorca. “You looked very familiar. Ennesto drove Danni’s stroller in between and even put his arm around her, ”an observer told RTL at the time. Back then the widow only said: “Ennesto and I have known each other for a long time. He was and is a friend of the family. “
Comeback im Sommerhaus?
Ennesto Monté has already been seen in various German reality formats. After his penis enlargement he showed his best piece on “Naked Attraction” and in the spring was also part of the successful Sat.1 format “Promis unter Palmen”. In addition, Ennesto Monté and Helena Fürst were in the “Summer House of the Stars” in 2017, and Jens and Danni Büchner a year later. Whether the fresh celebrity couple will move into the new constellation remains to be seen in the next year. (imh)