"They lasted a month and were beautiful even as they died," The Sun quoted her as saying of the flowers. She added: "Raffaello always liked things fancier and perfect and told our maid to throw them out. That was when I knew we saw things differently."
And what looks like, Anne would have anyhow dumped the businessman after he was convicted on charges of fraud. In October, Follieri was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to 14 counts of fraud, money laundering and conspiracy at Manhattan federal court.