Surviving in the "decaying West": where the children of pro-Putin stars are hiding and why they are in no hurry to return to Russia
Pro-Putin artists and ardent propagandists who spread the "Russian world" to the masses and criticise the "decaying West" often keep silent about their children. This is not surprising, as they have long since sent their heirs to study and live in such hated "unfriendly countries" for the Kremlin's money.
Following the methodology of a dictatorial government, they provide their children with a luxurious life abroad, although they try to hide it. OBOZREVATEL will tell you where the heirs of the top "patriots" are hiding (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Son of Taisiya Povaliy
The 40-year-old son of Ukraine's traitor Taisiya Povaliy condemned the war unleashed by Russia, but did not break off contact with his mother, who is used by the Kremlin to propagandise "brotherly" nations and continues to make controversial statements. He did not dare to stay in the war-torn country, but he did not want to go to his mother either. Instead, the heir of the traitor to the Ukrainian people and his family went into hiding in Spain, where he continued to play music.
Russian pop singer Valeria, who has not condemned the war and assured that she will remain living in her terrorist country, does not want her eldest son Artemiy to live in the same miserable existence. The 29-year-old Russian was born in Moscow and went to study at an elite music college in the United States, after which he moved to Switzerland to finish his studies. The musician remained there, working for the glory of the "decaying West" and The Hana Road Music Group label, not his native country.
The adopted son of pro-Putin singer Oleg Gazmanov, Philip, is having fun in Monaco while his foster father promotes the "Russian world" at concerts in occupied Ukrainian cities. The 25-year-old hides his ties to Russia. He often travels to Dubai and other resorts, and rarely appears in Russia. This is not surprising, as the modelling profession is more in demand abroad than among Russian companies.
Vladimir Solovyov rarely talks about his children, as crazy fantasies about "Nazis in Kyiv" are much more interesting to Russians than the personal lives of top propagandists. However, the Putin fan could not hide the 21-year-old heir's whereabouts forever. Journalist Jason J. Smart revealed that Solovyov's youngest son has been enjoying life in the UK for many years. He not only studies there, but also earns his living by posing for the camera with long nails and make-up.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 Ukrainian stars who broke off relations with Russian relatives. Read more about their positions here.