Danielle Staub And Her Man Oliver Maier Split Up After On-And-Off Romance
According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Danielle Staub is officially off the market. Reported by multiple outlets, Oliver Maier and Danielle Staub, the Real Housewives Of New Jersey alum, have called off their relationship.
The 57-year-old reality star and the Duke Of Provence first got engaged back in February of this year while on a trip to St. Barth, not long after Danielle and her former husband, Marty Caffrey, signed the divorce papers.
When it was first revealed, the Real Housewife's representative confirmed to several outlets that she and her man would get married on the 4th of March at New York City's Justice of the Peace church. A few days later, however, a source who spoke with Entertainment Tonight announced Staub had postponed the wedding.
Had they stuck together, it would've been Staub's fourth walk down the aisle in addition to her 21st engagement. Earlier in the week, the reality star claimed she and Maier were no longer together, adding that she only had "work husbands."
This past Saturday, Staub used her Instagram Stories to share a post with ambiguous meaning. It read, "confidence is silent, insecurities are loud," adding that "privacy is power." Danielle also said in her post that what people don't know, "they can't ruin."
Reported by People Magazine in February of this year, Danielle Staub and Marty Caffrey separated after six months of being married. Marty and Danielle first started dating in April of 2016 and got married two years later in May of 2018 in the Bahamas.
A representative speaking for the reality star at the time stated that Danielle was thrilled to move on from that part of her life. The representative added Danielle was "looking forward" to starting the next chapter of her busy life.
Steve Honig, her agent, claimed Danielle was very grateful for the outpouring of support she received from friends and other people in the social media universe. Hopefully, Danielle's 22nd engagement will last much longer.