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Bagedyst-judge: I found love on the Peaks

The German-born dessertkok Markus Grigo is one half of the new judge team on the DR1's popular program 'The big bagedyst'.

Together with meddommeren, pastry chef Katrine Foged Thomsen, he has taken over after Mette Blomsterberg, and Jan Friis-Mikkelsen.

the 48-year-old Grigo moved to Denmark 26 years ago, after he had met a Danish girl.

Since he was married, had two children 16 and 19 years, and then - two years ago - sign.

TV - 18. oct. 2017 - at. 21:00 Thrown out of the 'Bagedysten': Here is his response

he has Since found love again - on something as modern as a datingapp.

- I thought that I would give it a chance - luckily, the Mountains are not just a scoreapp. At my age looking for by far the most is actually a partner, and I found my lovely boyfriend, he tells in the current issue of Billed-Bladet.

Now the form he is, according to the magazine pair with Susanne, who lives in Newport with his 10-year-old son.

- We are very fond of each other, and the plan is that we need to move together at a time, says Grigo, who lives in Elsinore.

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