When Michael Wendler and Claudia Norberg separated after 29 years of relationship, it seemed like the whole thing was going on without much drama. There was no public hostility, no rose war. But shortly before the wedding of Michael Wendler and Laura Müller, the fronts hardened. The reason: Laura Müller absolutely wanted to take the surname Norberg, the real last name of Michael Wendler's ex-wife Claudia.
She could also have taken his real name Skowronek or kept hers. But although Claudia had previously asked Norberg not to use the name, the couple did. Since then, the 49-year-old has been complaining about the circumstances and has recently been on Instagram On top of that with a posting: She posted a picture of herself and her 18-year-old daughter Adeline and wrote: "We are two real 'Norberg women'."
Claudia Norberg: "Now I want to be considerate of my daughter"
Norberg had previously stated that she wanted to keep her daughter out of it and protect it and said in a statement on Instagram: "She has nothing to do with it." For daughter Adeline, the Instagram posting went to Laura and with the teasing Michael Wendler too far. The 18-year-old attacked her mother on her Instagram profile and asked her: "Please stop ranting about other people with me! I feel differently than you and that has to be accepted!"
The student lives mainly in Florida with her father and his new one woman and kept saying that she had a good relationship with both. Claudia Norberg obviously understood that. She did not delete the posting on Instagram. When asked by RTL, however, she said: "I would now like to be considerate of my daughter and do not say anything about it now."