Russian actress and star of the TV series “My fair nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, which is now being treated for cancer, broke the silence in the network. In her official Instagram post appeared.
Zavorotnyuk surprised his fans that interrupted the long silence. She turned to her beloved husband through a social network.
“Tatiana and Peter’s first speech in the framework of the Moscow show “the Scarlet flower”. From our family to wish them a smooth ice, inspiration and a warm audience reception! As always keep sending good thoughts and love!”, says Zavorotnyuk in your message.
Fans discouraged by the sudden message of the actress and immediately started in the comments to wish her a speedy recovery and started to ask lots of questions.
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“God grant her good health!!!! Family strength and patience!!!”, “She’s already been released from the hospital ??”, “And Anastasia-how you doing? Well, at least tell me – better, the same,” “a Miracle must happen!!!”, “Infinite vitality, energy and health!”, “Hello, Anastasia. Very happy for Tatiana and Peter. They have always succeed. Good luck to them”, “For Nastya fingers crossed!”, “I’m sure it will be great!” “Anastasia may God give you health” – write in the comments.
We will remind, exhausted husband Zavorotnyuk has become a laughing stock.
As reported Know. ua, native Zavorotnyuk showed what it looks like “My fair nanny” in the hospital.
Also Know As. ua wrote that the whirlwind romance cancer Zavorotnyuk is no longer a secret.
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