Kharlamov talked about children after engagement with Kovalchuk: “Everything will happen” 09:37

Comedy Club resident and TV presenter Garik Kharlamov admitted that he wants to become a father again. comedian about it stated rapper Basta in the show “A Question Pointedly.”

“All my love is my daughter whom I adore. I can’t live without him. Of course I want children too. “Everything will happen,” said Garik Kharlamov.

The comedian has a daughter named Anastasia, born in a relationship with actress Christina Asmus. Celebrities broke up in 2020. The girl turned 10 in January. A month after the official divorce, the Comedy Club resident began dating Katerina Kovalchuk. The TV presenter’s mother has repeatedly emphasized that she is happy with their relationship. The women not only communicated quickly, but also traveled together. Rumors about the separation of Kharlamov and Kovalchuk appeared in early February. However, the entertainer later denied the gossip.

On May 6, Garik Kharlamov provoked rumors about an engagement. The comedian published a video in which he shows his beloved Katerina Kovalchuk with a wedding ring on her ring finger. TV presenter last week saidhow he proposed to the actor.

Formerly Garik Kharlamov’s mother Reacted News that the comedian is engaged.

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Source: Gazeta

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