In June 2020 Blauel alleged that John had broken the terms of the couple’s divorce deal by publicly discussing the pair’s marriage which ended in 1988.
In the legal proceedings Blauel had asked for damages of approximately £3m and an injunction preventing any further private information being disclosed.
John and Blauel released a joint statement, saying: “The parties are happy to announce that they have resolved this case, in a way that acknowledges Renate’s need for privacy” and “they will not be discussing each other, or their marriage, in future and will be making no further comment about the case.”
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