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Google co-founder got estranged with wife over 'office-love quadrangle'

Washington, Aug. 29 : Google's co-founder Sergey Brin and his wife Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe co-founder, are reportedly heading for a split after six years of marriage owing to an office-love quadrangle.


The couple has two children and spokesman for the Silicon Valley's high profile couple confirmed that the two have been living apart for several months but haven't been legally separated yet, though they remain good friends and partners.

According to AllThingsD, Brin has become romantically involved with a Google employee, Google Glass marketing manager Amanda Rosenberg and the relationship has been further complicated by the fact that the employee had also at one point been involved with another Googler, who is identified to be Android vice president Hugo Barra.

Barra is believed to have quit the company to take up a senior role at Chinese smartphone maker, Xioami.

Sources close to the couple said that Brin and Wojcicki have a prenuptial agreement and there would be no material impact on Google if the two were to eventually divorce.

The report said that even if divorce happens, the two would continue to work together on various business endeavors they have been part of.

--ANI (Posted on 29-08-2013)

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