At first glance, at the age of twenty-seven, Corinna Hofmann was successful on all fronts: her fashion boutique, a stable income, and complete order in her personal life.
But the girl couldn’t shake off the feeling of dissatisfaction caused by the fact that her income was much higher than her future husband’s income.
Meeting her new lover, a representative of the Maasai people, completely changed Hofmann’s life.
This man was so different from others that he occupied all of Corinne’s thoughts, and she plunged headlong into a new relationship.
Yes, even though the chosen one only had a humble hut and a couple of goats…
Yes, even though this connection caused at least some bewilderment, the girl learned to ignore the constant teasing and whispers behind her back.
Corinna opened a grocery store, gave birth to a daughter. But, as often happens, the saying “with a sweet paradise and in a hut” didn’t work out.
The differences in the spouses’ mentality began to manifest themselves too clearly, and Lketingi was very jealous of his wife.
Finally disillusioned by the marriage and a difficult life in an African tribe, Corinna decided to escape to Switzerland.
After careful preparation, she flew to Europe with her daughter.
She also published an autobiographical novel in which she talked about the difficult life in Africa and how she lived afterward.
Lketingi, despite the tarnished reputation due to his wife’s escape, found a new family. But he doesn’t seem happy in the photos.