Known Ukrainian TV presenter Vladimir Ostapchuk, who recently divorced his wife after 12 years of marriage, often inspires followers striking articles in your Instagram. So, this time the handsome star posted a funny photo and caption congratulated women on March 8, but his post caused a lively discussion in the comments.
On the new photo Vladimir Ostapchuk came very elegant, probably the picture was taken at one of the events, which he led. On it a black suit with a white shirt and black tie, he stood with a glass of champagne in hand and smiles sweetly at the camera. In the caption to a photo of TV presenter tenderly congratulated women on March 8, talking about what women mean in the lives of men. However, not all such compliments like, some users have accused Ostapchuk of insincerity and mendacity. Although many ladies still thank you Vova.
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Recall that Ostapchuk after a divorce and “Dancing with the stars” I couldn’t resist.
Previously portal “Znayu” reported that Ostapchuk was handcuffed and locked in a cage.
Also, the portal “Znayu” I wrote that Ostapchuk after “Dancing with the stars” and painful divorce urgently needed assistance to the Ukrainians.
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