Popular Ukrainian singer Alina Grosu, who this year got married to Russian businessman Alexander Komkova, often pleases fans with a new photo on his Instagram. This time the artist decided to create followers Christmas mood and have posted a few holiday photos, which appeared in an unusual way.
As can be seen, in front of the camera of Alina posing in luxurious black lace dress with a beautiful neckline, which emphasized perfect figure and bared a graceful shoulders. Beauty hair beautifully curled and styled, her face a light makeup. Grosso captured in beautiful Christmas decorations, it is at the Christmas tree, sitting in a leather armchair. In the caption to the pictures she wrote: “Little Christmas cheer for those who have it not,” and also invited fans to choose which photo they like more. Fans are not left without attention of such publication to the artist, it is filled with compliments in the comments.
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