Star “Happy Together” Natalya Bochkareva declassified the name of her youngest son 14:41

Actress Natalya Bochkareva, best known for her role in the sitcom “Happy Together”, admitted that together with Boris Korchevnikov on the show “The Fate of a Man” she named her youngest son Alexander in honor of the saint.

“Your youngest son’s name is Alexander. Actually, this kid is a miracle for me. It was my birthday. I found myself in a wonderful place – Alexander Svirsky monastery. I went there several times, I really wanted to pay homage to the relics of this saint, ”said Bochkareva.

The “Happy Together” star also raises two children from lawyer Nikolai Borisov: actress Ivan’s son is 15 years old, and daughter Maria is 14 years old. In 2014, Natalya Bochkareva divorced her husband, who was 13 years older than her.

The artist hid her pregnancy, and when rumors appeared on the network that the famous family will be replenished in the near future, her director publicly called all this “nonsense and lies”, but on April 1, Bochkareva gave birth third child and posted a photo from the hospital.



Source: Gazeta

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