Ukrainian singer Olya Polyakova answered personal questions and talked about the conflicts in the family. The artist remembered a quarrel with her husband, but noted that to serious troubles in married life is still not reached.
“My husband and I, of course, have their issues too. We can scream at each other, saying that will break up. But for now, it just cries. Still never got around to dividing property. Because as soon as the conversation comes to this subject, he tells me that I will leave everything and go. And I immediately think, “Well, how can you part with such a perfect person?” As stated in the famous cartoon: “This cow is needed most” – says Polyakov. Olya
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Olya Polyakova, Viva
Ukrainian singer believes, nothing in the divorce is not, and parting with a partner should not be taken as something terrible.
“About the divorce, I even talked to my older daughter, Masha, which is fourteen years. Asked her, “If dad’ll get a divorce, how do you feel about that?” And she said, “You know, I understand you. Because everyone should be happy. And if you don’t feel happy, then…” Then of course, she added, “But I don’t think you and dad unhappy”. My children feel everything!” — said the singer. Olya Polyakova
Olya Polyakova, JetSetter
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