Known Ukrainian TV presenter Regina todorenko, who last year married the Russian singer Vlad Topalov, often pleases the audience with bright posts in his Instagram. Recently, the hottie along with his family went on vacation to the island of Bali, allowing you to actively post bright juicy pictures in the social network.
This time Todorenko boasted to fans that surfing and even showed in the photo is catching a wave. As can be seen, the photographs of Regina is depicted standing on a surfboard, and next to it a few more people catch the wave. It is evident that the star is passionate about this occupation, and from the signature to a photo it becomes clear that she loved it. “My hobby! Week of class, and you’re in great shape. Yesterday swam 5km, swam 5km. today I Have aching back, shoulders, ribs and hips are bruised but I’m so excited that I’m ready to continue. Such is the strange love for pain.” Fans love the new photos of Regina, it is filled with compliments in the comments.
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We will remind, Todorenko and Topalov handed out to fans of Mercedes, money and equipment.
Previously portal “Znayu” reported that Regina todorenko returned to filming his show, and even her husband’s exploits.
Also, the portal “Znayu” wrote that Regina todorenko showed the home of your dreams.
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