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Putin’s daughter’s boyfriend shares last name with Ukraine’s president


The youngest daughter of the Russian president Vladimir Putin, Katerina Tikhonova35, is dating a 52-year-old professional ballet dancer, with whom she would have a 2-year-old daughter, according to information from the German newspaper ‘Der Spiegel‘ which replies the British ‘Daily Mail‘.

Katerina, 35, is the second daughter that the president had with his ex-wife Lyudmila Aleksandrovna Ocheretnaya Urinha. She is dedicated to research related to artificial intelligence and until 2017 she was married to the businessman Kirill Shamalov. The Russian press also reports that he has a managerial position in a Russian petrochemical and gas processing company.

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Director of a German ballet

After her separation from Shamalov, she started dating Igor Zelenskyprofessional dancer and director of the Bavarian State Ballet (Germany) until he left it last April, according to the ‘Daily Mail’.

The reasons why he left office are not entirely clear, although the British tabloid claims it was because he refused to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

From the same medium they assure that the daughter of the Russian president would have been traveling frequently between 2017 and 2019 from Russia, where she had her residence, to Germany to be with her daughter and Zelensky.

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No relationship

Finally, in 2019 moved to Munich with the dancer, something that is surprising, since Putin has expressed on several occasions the rejection he feels against Russian citizens living in the West.

Despite the fact that Igor Zelensky shares a surname with Ukrainian President Volodímir Zelensky, the British newspaper rules out a relationship between the two. Putin’s daughter’s boyfriend, according to the outlet, “was born in Russia” and has “Georgian roots.”

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