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The Most beautiful star couple Russia

Philip Jankowski and Oksana Fandera – one of the brightest pairs of Russian cinema. To their Union for over 20 years. However, for family Jankowski stable marriages are common.

Philip is the son of actors Lyudmila Zorina and Oleg Yankovsky. Oksana Fandera also from an acting family. Her father is an artist Odessa drama theatre. In 1988 at the birthday party of a mutual friend then a student of VGIK Philip Jankowski met Oksana Fandera. Within a month after they met future Director invited Oksana to marry him. The meaning of this act, he knew. Grandmother of Philip Marina Ivanovna taught his sons: “If you decide to marry, it is for life. Differently and do not have to start”.

Elizaveta Boyarskaya and Maxim Matveev met in 2009 in Kiev on the set of the film “won’t tell”. I immediately arose sympathy, and they were not even embarrassed that Maxim Matveev was married to Joanna Sexta. According to Liza Boyarskaya, they with Maxim realized that their feelings are serious when finished shooting in Kiev and they had to disperse in different cities – Moscow and St. Petersburg. Maxim Matveev immediately filed for divorce, and in summer 2010 they with Elizaveta Boyarskaya got married. However, even after the wedding, the couple continued to live in different cities due to work projects. 7 April 2012 the couple’s first child was born Andrei and Maxim Continue reading

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