Game over for Ancelotti and wife as they split after 25 years - days after he's pictured kissing Romanian girlfriend
Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has split from his wife of 25 years.
The break-up comes just days after pictures of him kissing his Romanian girlfriend were published in his native Italy.
Ancelotti, 51, who guided Chelsea to a league and cup double last season, has two children with helicopter-flying wife Luisa.
The relationship had been on the rocks for several years.
The mistress: Carlo Ancelotti with his former mistress Marina Cetu, who broke up with the new Chelsea manager because of his lying ways
The estranged wife: Luisa Ancelotti could not put up with her husband's hectic lifestyle
Ancelotti himself admitted in a magazine interview that it had 'its high points and its low points'. Both had found other partners.
Days ago Ancelotti was pictured kissing and cuddling his long-term girlfriend Marina Cretu, 31, in a Miami swimming pool.
Last year Marina had told friends Ancelotti was 'weak and feeble' after he refused to chose between her and his wife.
She even temporarily broke up with him as she tried to force him to choose.
Today the Ancelottis appeared before civil judge Roberto Piscopo to agree their separation.
A divorce - providing there are no last minute hitches - will be granted in three years as is usual under Italian law.
The hearing took place in the town of Parma in central Italy.
According to a report in the local newspaper the agreement is 'consensual' between both parties.
Ancelotti met Marina in 2004 when she was working as a hostess at Modena football club close to his home town of Reggiolo near Parma.
He still has a home in Reggiolo, where his wife still lives.
The couple met secretly at first. Within a year Marina had dumped her boyfriend and moved to Milan to be near Ancelotti, setting up home in the suburb of Rho and getting a job at AC Milan press office where he was manager at the time.
Two years ago Marina and Ancelotti even went on holiday to her home town of Bucharest and as these photographs show they spent several happy days there.
They visited the infamous Presidential Palace built by Romanian dictator Ilie Ceausescu as well as Count Dracula's castle in Transylvania, Marina even introduced Ancelloti to her parents.
Today none of the parties involved could be reached for comment.