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The moment when Alina Kabaeva, the gymnast who became Putin's secret lover, revealed that she had found her 'ideal man' - voila! news


"I love him very much": the moment was revealed when the Olympic gymnast who is considered to be Putin's secret partner and the mother of his children admits in a televised interview that the Russian president is her "ideal man"

Alina Kabaeva - from Olympic gymnast to Putin's secret partner (Tiktok)

After years of rumors and speculation, the moment when Alina Kabaeva, the Olympic gold medalist gymnast known as "Vladimir Putin's secret lover" admits in a TV interview that he is her 'ideal man' has been revealed.

Photographs revealed last week showed the secret luxury mansion where she reportedly lives with their secret children.

Although the couple never officially admitted their relationship.

In the Daily Mail it was revealed that 15 years ago this month she was interviewed on television in a conversation with schoolchildren, and although she did not mention him by name - because he never allowed her to do so - it is now clear beyond any doubt that he was then, as he still is, the man in her life.

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How do you understand that?

Well, she gave (intentionally or not) some revealing insights into her love life.

At that time (2008) she was 24 years old and considered the most sought-after bachelor in Russia (and the most flexible).

Putin, now 70 years old, was then 55 years old and married to Ludmila Shkarbaneva - from whom he officially divorced only in 2013.

When asked if she had met her "ideal man," she giggled and replied, "Yes. I have a man."

A girl from the audience asked her: 'Did you say you have a boyfriend?

Why don't you hurry to marry him?

Are you afraid of happiness?

Who is he?" In response she answered with a big smile: "So you were able to ask that question, well done to you.

As for being afraid of being happy - sometimes I'm so happy that I'm afraid to be so happy.

Of course there are some concerns... Who is he?

He's a very good man, a great man,' she replied as she fiddled uneasily with the pen, 'I love him very much.'

She replied to another question that the last gift she gave him was 'an Alaskan coat, a coat with fur, very beautiful'.

The Daily Mail notes that shortly after this interview, Putin was seen wearing a coat that fits the description.

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Kabaeva was later asked if she could "take a married man from a family" - and she started by saying "I think not". But she immediately qualified her answer.

"Let me explain," she added, "life is complicated, and if we are talking about a married man - if there are problems in the family and a man looks at another woman, and communicates with another woman and not with his wife, it means that the problem has already happened, and nothing good will happen in this family ".

Of course, at that time Putin was married.

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In retrospect, this is probably one of the few moments during the 15 years she has been considered romantically linked to Putin, that Kavieva - who is now seen as the "uncrowned tsarina" of Russia - tried to "come out of the closet" and reveal herself as the young woman in his life.

Vladimir Putin and Alina Kabaeva (photo: screenshot, KREMLIN.RU)

According to reports in Russia, Kabaeva and Putin share 7-year-old twin daughters and two sons, all of whom were born in Switzerland, and since the beginning of the war they have all been hiding in Switzerland in order to keep themselves safe.

Recently it was even reported that she is pregnant again, much to Putin's dismay.

Putin and Uzbekistan-born Kavieva first met after she won a gold medal at the Athens Olympics in 2004, putting her in the national spotlight and earning her the nickname "Russia's most resilient woman."

By 2008 she was rumored to be the "Secret First Lady", she was awarded the Order of Merit for the Motherland of Russia and at the height of her sporting fame, Kabaeva caused a stir when she posed nude for the Russian magazine Maxim.

Photographer Mikhail Korolov said at the time: "I didn't even have to convince her. She behaved in a very natural way. She is full of sex appeal."

After she retired, Kabaeva broke into a political career and in 2007-2014 served as a member of parliament in the Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, on behalf of Putin's ruling party.

Kabaeva said in 2014 when asked about her personal life: "Everyone should have their own little secrets," before adding: "I hope that someday the gossipers will calm down."

Putin, as we know, detests any intrusion and any publication of his private life, which is shrouded in mystery.

He does not talk about his personal affairs and his two daughters who are known to the public also avoid the limelight and rarely talk about them.

Putin previously attacked "those who, with their long noses and erotic fantasies, penetrate the lives of others. I have a private life in which I do not allow interference. This must be respected."

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Source: walla

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