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Nadiya Bychkova of Strictly shares her heartbreak when her father is still stuck in Ukraine

Serious’s Nadiya Bychkova said on Thursday Morning her father and grandparents were unable to leave due to their age

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Serious: Nadiya says her father is still stuck in Ukraine

Serious’s Nadiya Bychkova shared her heartbreak as she revealed that her father and grandparents were still stuck in Ukraine when she appeared on This Morning on Thursday.

Ukrainian-Slovenian professional dancer, 32, said she was speaking to her family every day and described the Russian invasion as ‘very sad’.

Appearing alongside colleague Graziano Di Prima, Nadiya told Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary: “My dad couldn’t get out of there because of his age, he was too young to leave the country because of the circumstances. [And] My grandparents are too old.

“I’m trying to keep them safe. Some of my friends have a chance to go somewhere in Europe, so they’re safe.







Serious’s Nadiya Bychkova shared her heartbreak as she revealed her father and grandparents are still stuck in Ukraine as she appeared on This Morning on Thursday
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Ukrainian-Slovenian professional dancer, 32, said she was speaking to her family every day and described the Russian invasion as ‘very sad’
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“But I’m trying to check on them, we’re in touch every day. I just hope they get it sorted out as soon as possible.”

Men between the ages of 18 and 60 cannot leave the country if it is necessary to fight.

Nadiya is not the only star with a family in Ukraine. Late last month Nikita Kuzmin, who joined the show last year, detailed her grandmother’s journey out of the country.







Nadiya appeared on the show with her colleague Graziano Di Prima of Serious
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Professional dancer, 24, who collaborated with Tilly Ramsay on the last BBC One series, was born and raised in Ukraine before moving to Italy at the age of nine.

Speaking of his grandmother on The One Show, he said: “She escaped from Kyiv. We don’t know if she managed to get on the way from Kyiv to Poland, the roads the bus took. The Russian army was going to shoot the bus and we were always worried, there were two points of attack.

“At the border she had to walk five miles, she didn’t walk until last year she had surgery, this is when your instincts kick in and she did it all and she did. surprise us.

“She’s so brave and I just love her so much.”







Nadiya is not the only star with a family in Ukraine. Late last month Nikita Kuzmin, who joined the show last year, detailed his grandmother’s journey out of the country
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Speaking of his grandmother on The One Show, he said: “She escaped from Kyiv”
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The dancer revealed his grandmother arrived 13 hours ahead of schedule but said it was ‘heartbreaking’ to see other families in distress at the station.

Nikita and his family moved from Ukraine to Italy to support his sister’s dancing career, which boosted his own career.

He said all of his childhood friends whom he has coached and played with are “now defending the country from aggression”.

“That’s exactly the moment it hits your house when you start to see the streets you’ve been walking through where you’ve grown up, where your whole childhood, right now is being destroyed, being hit bomb and it’s really just the heart and I’m just praying for the best.

“I still have my grandparents in Kyiv, my aunt, they’re safe now but obviously we’re just trying to call them every day and hope that they answer.

“Every day you just want the best,” he added.

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