The world is changing very fast in deep I do not know whether speed will stop or not, But one such story that grabbed my attention is of a 35-year-old blogger who separated from her husband of 20 years and wedded her 21-year-old stepson. The body fitness influencer, Marina Balmasheva, from Russia as of late reported the birth of her little girl with her stepson Vladimir ‘Vova’ Shavyrin, presently 21.
Balmasheva has known Vladimir since he was seven after previously being married to his dad Alexey Shavyrin, 45, who presently taking care of her five adopted youngsters.
She separated from Alexey after being along with him for a very long time. Her better half, on numerous occasions, blamed her for seducing his oldest son.
Marina and Vladimir’s daughter was born in the maternity clinic in Krasnodar, weighing marginally over 8lbs. But, her new spouse was not available at the time of the birth of their little girl. It is hazy if that was because of COVID limitations or because of some close-to-home issue.
Marina posted photos of her girl to her numerous fans yet said her partner had asked her not to show the young girl’s face.
She said: “Dad does not want to show our daughter yet,’ she said. ‘That’s why the view is only from the back… We are thinking about the name.”
However, she has been in chaos since birth. She said she was watching game of thrones when her water broke.
She further added: “Everything is very good with us. ‘[The baby] did not sleep too well at night, but [she] has been sleeping since 6 am.”
Prior to the birth, in a pregnancy uncover post, she said that she went through a progression of plastic surgery and therapies to make herself attractive to her new companion who she calls ‘the most charming blue-eyes in the world’
She further added: “So many people tell me to use makeup because of my young husband. But there is one thing – he fell in love with me with all my scars from plastic surgeries, cellulite, excessive skin, and personality. And I do not want to seem better than what I am.”
She likewise told how she demanded a prenup so she keeps all her cash and resources if there should be an occurrence of divorce from her new spouse.
She continued: “It was not living but pretending. Did I have regrets that I destroyed the family? Both yes and no. I was ashamed that I killed the stability of “mum and dad”. Did I want to return to my ex? No. Do I feel anger and hatred towards him? Not any longer. He is a good person and a wonderful father to our children…. How did children take the changes? Absolutely calmly. What [do I have] today? I am married. I moved to a bigger city. I love and I am loved.”