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</p><div itemprop="articleBody"><p>The Egyptian star, Karim Abdel Aziz, revealed for the first time the secrets and subtleties of his private life, through a previous television interview.
Karim Abdel Aziz Karim said that he was greatly affected by the separation of his father and mother, at a young age, despite the good relationship that remained with them.
The Egyptian artist added, during his stay, as a guest on the “Sira” program with his citizen media, Wafaa Al-Kilani: “I knew that it is normal for the father to separate from the mother after 20 years when I grew up, but I was annoyed at the time because I love solitude and family.”
He continued, “Although my father and mother separated respectfully, but my father was following up on schools, education and everything, and when I grew up I knew that a man could be comfortable with his wife and separate or vice versa, but the separation must be respectful and elegant.”
The artist, Karim Abdel Aziz, confirmed that he blamed his parents for this matter: “I blamed my father when I was young for the separation, and in the middle of the way I blamed my mother, and after that I reconciled them to each other in the other,
Of course, I was like any harassed child that my father separated from my mother, but my mother was with 100 men, rigid and strong and did not marry, because of course me and my sister.”
He also revealed that his mother and stepmother meet in the same place without any problems and that he has a close relationship with his stepmother.
And he added: “She was not a stepmother, nor was my father a mother-in-law to her daughter, and I called her by saying, “Farfoura”, and my father was spoiled by saying, “Zizou.”
Karim said that in his childhood he was very naughty and would steal his mother’s money: “When I was young, I was a clever thief. When my mother asked for things from the supermarket or Al-Fakhani, I would go to pick her up and take her on (Saturday) the needs, and I never returned the rest to her again.”