The newspaper reported that they are “heartbroken” to have spent only several days together since they got married, and now hope they will be accepted into a settlement plan to start a family.
Danczuk left parliament in December 2017, when he was suspended by the Labor Party after reports he allegedly sent a 17-year-old girl messages asking if she wanted him to spank her. He did not find that he had broken the law and apologized for her “inappropriate” behavior.
Ex-marriage to the ‘queen of selfies’
The former Labor MP split from his ex-wife Karen Burke, known as the “selfie queen” for posting revealing photos online, in June 2015.
Mr Danczuk’s book, Smile For the Camera: The Double Life of Cyril Smith sparked an investigation into allegations of historic child abuse in Westminster and he has been a leading campaigner against the grooming scandals in Rochdale.
His marriage to Ms Uwamahoro, a traditional Rwandan ceremony before 100 friends and family at Sunday Park Gardens in Kigali, is his third, having previously married Sonia Rossington, the mother of his eldest children George, 25. , and Mary, 20.
After the wedding last month, Mr Danczuk said: “We now hope to live between Rwanda and the UK. I love spending time in Kigali, especially with Claudine and her family, although we will also be in London and Rochdale to see my children as much as possible.”
Ms Uwamahoro said: “I am delighted that we have got married, we are now looking forward to the next stage of our lives together, which is having a baby and spending as much time together as possible.”