Julie Bishop and Her Eight-Year Relationship with David Panton Ended!

Julie Bishop and Her Eight-Year Relationship with David Panton Ended!

Six days before to the news’s release, the couple was spotted together at a dinner in London with Prince Charles.
Julie Bishop, a former foreign minister, and David Panton, her companion of eight years, have separated.

Six days before to the news’s release, the couple was spotted together at a dinner in London with Prince Charles.

Bishop shared a picture of her in a glittering dress sitting next to the monarch on Instagram.

She was pictured in another image grinning warmly at him while Panton stood by her side.

But it seems that the two broke up soon after the event.

Panton told the Sydney Morning Herald in a statement, “I’m going to be focused on living in Manly and Melbourne for the foreseeable future.

“I wish Julie continued success in her outstanding work,”

Bishop and Panton are thought to have started dating in 2014. For years, they dated long-distance, with Bishop living in Perth and Panton in Sydney.

Bishop started at the SMH in 2019: “[David and I] meet frequently, vacation together, and travel abroad to keep things new.”

She also disclosed how the real estate entrepreneur won her heart.

I believe that is obvious; have you seen him? She chuckled.

He’s a very successful businessman with a strong sense of independence, and he also has a great sense of humor. He’s funny; I love him.

Julie Bishop and Her Eight-Year Relationship with David Panton Ended!

Julie Bishop’s unvarnished statement

Bishop also acknowledged being “overly friendly” with international leaders in 2019 in a candid interview she gave to Seven’s Andrew Denton.

“Have you ever flirted while working?” Denton questioned her during the interview segment.

What are you saying? Bishop gave a cautious reply.

You did?” Denton kept going.

Bishop admitted, “There were occasions when I would be excessively pleasant to folks.”

Was it useful? he inquired.

“It produced the desired outcome.”

Bishop also supported the idea that strong women are frequently the targets of “gender deafness.”

She told Denton, “I adore males and I think they have a beautiful gift to give to humanity.

They just don’t seem to hear you if you’re the only female voice in the room, though.

It seems as though they are not tuned in.

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