Rupert Murdoch ‘ended marriage with an 11-word email’

Rupert Murdoch, who is 92, allegedly delivered an abrupt 11-word email telling his Texan wife: “Jerry, sadly I’ve decided to call an end to our marriage.”

He reportedly added as a footnote: “We have certainly had some good times, but I have much to do… My New York lawyer will be contacting yours immediately.”

The news was reported in Vanity Fair magazine and the publication later wrote that Rupert’s plans to marry a fifth time had fallen through after two weeks. has contacted Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall’s representatives for comment.

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The multibillionaire media mogul, who counts himself among the top 32 wealthiest people in the USA, called time on his marriage with Jerry Hall last year.

She was reportedly given a deadline of 30 days to move out of the luxury home the pair shared and into a different property in Oxfordshire solo.

According to Vanity Fair, the happy marriage celebrations the pair shared back in 2016 were marred by the media mogul coming down with the flu.

Her pal Tom Cashin claimed that Jerry was “as sensitive with him as a full-time nurse would have been”.

In the years that followed, Rupert is alleged to have had multiple accident and Jerry is said to have been his carer and companion during those times.

Rupert also reportedly contracted Covid last year but made a full recovery, the same publication revealed.

In March, it was announced that he would be marrying Ann Lesley Smith – a dental hygienist turned radio host – but it is said that they clashed over topics such as abortion and Ann’s evangelical views.

Rupert had previously gushed to the New York Post that he was falling in love for the “last” time and expected to remain with Ann for the rest of his life.

However, weeks later, Ann – who had described their relationship as “a gift from God” – and Rupert called it quits.

Rupert Murdoch’s representatives previously declined to comment when approached by

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