My Unorthodox Life’s Julia Haart And Husband Silvio Scaglia Are Separating

Julia Haart and her husband, Silvio Scaglia Haart, are parting ways.

While Scaglia purchased fashion and talent agency Elite World Group in 2011, and Haart became co-owner and CEO in 2019 — the two are now “ living separate lives,” per a source.

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The hit Netflix show focuses on Haart and her family’s life after leaving her ultra-Orthodox community in 2012, and follows her career in the fashion business.

The two married in June 2019 and Scaglia took Haart’s last name. The two met while she was the creative director of La Perla, and he was the CEO.

“He was there a lot,” Haart told the New York Times of working together.

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“The first year of our interaction was me yelling at him. I was horrible to him. But I had a lot of respect for him. As sheltered as my life had been, his life had been the diametric opposite. He’d been everywhere. He’d seen everything. And when I yelled at him, he took it like a man. That made me happy.”

The split will allegedly be a major plotline in the upcoming series’ second season. In the interim, the pair is “currently living together and love one another.”  

Scaglia is Julia’s second husband. Previously, she was married to Yosef Hendler in an arranged marriage when she was 19. It’s also Scaglia’s second marriage.

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Julia’s daughter, Batsheva Haart, has also recently separated from her husband, Ben Weinstein. They were married for nine years. Haart, 28, reportedly left Weinstein, also 28, and plans to file for divorce soon.

The duo married when they were just 19 years old.

In August, the two shared a relationship Q&A session to YouTube, where both admitted that their choice to marry young is not always the best choice for most couples — in their opinion.

“I don’t regret getting married young because who I married, but I would not recommend getting married young,” Weinstein said, with Haart agreeing.

“I never like to say I regret anything in my life, but if circumstances happened again, I definitely would not get married so young,” she added. “Getting married at 19 is too young.”

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