The famous Ukrainian actress Olga Sumska active user of Instagram, which often pleases the audience with vivid posts from his personal and creative life. At this time, the star surprised the audience with a touching childhood photo where she poses with her sister Natalia Sumy. As seen in the pictures Olya posing on the children’s matinee, standing by the Christmas tree. Her cute outfit snowflakes, the hair is short and is decorated with a huge white bow. In the caption to the photo Sumi said that the Snowflake she had made at the theatre, and it’s her favorite baby photo.
“Favorite photos from my childhood, along with her sister Natalia! Zaporizhzhia, 70-e years. The snowflake was made in the theater. Shchorsa (now V. Magar)! Maintained until now, this amazing suit is made from natural lace and Batiste! Often played the Fox in the garden and Santa Claus is sometimes played even my dad! Here was happiness. Friends, do you remember your Christmas party in the gardens?”, – wrote the actress. And fans began to nostalgia in the comments, remembering their morning.
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