A group of pro-Ukrainian protesters yesterday were arrested by French police after breaking into a villa in Biarritz of Vladimir Putin’s young daughter.
The group, led by Frenchman and former businessman Pierre Haffner, who has lived in Russia for more than two decades, claims the multi-million pound property in front of the beach is a “shelter for Ukrainian refugees “, report Time.
The house is used by Katerina Tikhonova, the 35-year-old daughter of the Russian President, and was purchased by her ex-husband, Kirill Shamalov, in 2012 for 4.5 million euros.
Protesters posted a video on social media of the inside of the house, which features “marble bathrooms, eight bedrooms, music room with piano and guitar, deluxe bar, library, room Large guest and terrace overlooking said newspaper.
While the eyes of the world are on Putin and the war he is waging against UkraineHe has remained tight-lipped about his private life, making a “coordinated effort to shield his children from the limelight, leading many to question whether he has any children,” he said. Business Insider.
Putin has never “publicly acknowledged” his children, but it is thought he has at least two daughters with his ex-wife, Lyudmila Ocheretny, a former Aeroflot flight attendant.
The couple were married for almost 30 years, during Putin’s rise through the KGB and its successor, the FSB, before he succeeded Boris Yeltsin as president in 1999. But the couple split “just a few weeks” ” before their 30th wedding anniversary, in June 2013, after Putin’s ’16 and 17′ had affected their family life, Mirror.
Who are Putin’s children?
Maria, Putin’s eldest child, was born on April 28, 1985. This year 36 years old, she is said to be an endocrinologist and one of Russia’s leading experts on dwarfism, according to the report. Sun.
She studied at St Petersburg University before continuing her medical studies at Moscow State University, reports Reuters in 2015. She then went on to work as a PhD student at the Endocrine Research Center in Moscow, which runs a charity project, Alfa-Endo, which helps children affected by endocrine diseases, news agency said.
She is believed to be married to Dutch businessman Jorrit Faassen, with whom she is believed to have a child, “making the President of Russia a grandfather”, said Daily mail.
In an interview in 2017, Putin told filmmaker Oliver Stone that he was a grandfather, Business Insider reported. When Stone asked if he would play with his grandchildren, Putin replied: “Very rarely, unfortunately.”
Born in August 1986, the second child of the Russian President is Yekaterina Vladimirovna Putina, but like her sister does not use her father’s name. Instead, she used her grandmother’s initials, Yekaterina Tikhonovna Shkrebneva.
The Sun reports that she obtained her doctorate at Moscow State University after “completed research on helping cosmonauts and pilots orient themselves in difficult conditions”, and is currently leading “a major new Russian artificial intelligence initiative”.
But the 35-year-old is “arguably best known for her success as a rock ‘n roll dancer”, the Daily Mail said, although she holds the role of director of the Research Institute. Studied Mathematics of Complex Systems at Moscow State University.
Katerina was previously married to billionaire Kirill Shamalov, “partially owned by SIBUR Holding, a Russian petrochemical company – and the son of a co-owner of one of Russia’s largest banks”, the Mail said. said. However, the couple divorced in 2018, “when it was revealed that they shared approximately $2 billion in assets,” the newspaper said.
Other rumored children
According to The Mirror, Putin could have up to five children with former Olympic gymnast turned pro-Kremlin politician Alina Kabaeva. In September 2013, Putin’s political rival Alexei Navalny claimed that Putin and Kabaeva were married, but Putin’s spokesman denied the claims as “an exercise on the internet to relieve boredom”.
However, it is reported that she gave birth to Putin’s son Dmitry in 2008, a daughter in 2012, another child believed to be in 2015 and twin boys in 2019, the Mirror reports.
And the Russian President is likely to have another child with “millionaire dollar” Svetlana Krivonogikh, who the Daily Mail says is now “a part owner of a large Russian bank and one of the richest women in the world”. best in the country”.
Luiza Rozova has never been acknowledged as Putin’s child and her mother has never commented on these claims. The 18-year-old had 84,000 followers on Instagram before she stopped posting publicly about five months ago when Russian troops began massing near the border with Ukraine, “raising suspicions that Putin was gagging.” her,” Mail said. Her account has been deleted or hidden.
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