Nastasya Samburskaya showed an unsuccessful photo in a swimsuit 11:16

Actress Nastasya Samburskaya showed fans on social networks an unsuccessful photo in a swimsuit.

The 36-year-old celebrity appeared in the frame in a brown set. The swimsuit consisted of a bodice and swimsuits with triangular cups. Nastasya Samburskaya completed her beach look with black sunglasses and diamond earrings. The actor struck a funny pose by lying on the sand.

“Before, I categorically did not accept my femininity and only took such photos on the beach,” Samburskaya admitted to her fans.

Nastasya became famous for her role as Kristina Sokolovskaya in the TV series “Univer”. New dorm” and “University. 10 years later”. The actor also starred in such films as “Bring My Love Back”, “Swallow’s Nest”, “YouTube Police”, “Unprincipled”.

In November, on the “Will Show” program, Nastasya Samburskaya said that she was in a relationship. At the time of filming, the actor had been dating his partner for about ten days. On December 16, the celebrity announced that she is no longer in love with anyone.

Previously actress Nastasya Samburskaya starry at a photo shoot with a cat.

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Source: Gazeta

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