A few weeks after the wedding of Alberto Matano and Riccardo Mannino and with Pride Month at its peak, a much loved and well-known television face decides to finally come out into the open with his partner. It is about Luca Calvani who, on June 30, decided to post a photo on Instagram that portrays him from behind and hand in hand together with Alessandro Franchini, his business partner. «Time stops and I see only light. We”Calvani writes in support of an image that sees him and Franchini intent on enjoying relaxation in a farmhouse under the Tuscan sun, in the company of their little dog.
Judging by the hashtag, it seems that Luca Calvani has been in a relationship for some time, that is 2196 days, about six years. All this time the actor, who recently took over from Diego Thomas as a judge of Courtesies for guests alongside Csaba dalla Zorza and Roberto Valbuzzi, he has always avoided addressing the subject, while enjoying the happiness that only a strong and stable union like the one with Alessandro can guarantee. The two manage together the farmhouse in Tuscany that frames the shots of the coming out: it is a structure in Camaiore, in the province of Lucca, where the couple moved to devote themselves to nature and the relaxed rhythms that the city is unable to offer.
In his career Luca Calvani has taken part in several Italian fiction, including Police District, Don Matteo, Carabinieri And All crazy for lovebut also to several international titles such as Beautiful, in which he played the role of Father Fontana, the priest who celebrated yet another Forrester wedding in Puglia in 2012, and in Sex and the City, where he appeared in an episode in 2001. His name, however, is mainly associated with theIsland of the Famous, which he managed to win in 2006 – it was the edition of Sara Tommasi, Den Harrow and Domiziana Giordano – and, even earlier, to Men and women, in which he participated very young as a suitor in 2004.
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Source: Vanity Fair