There is information that the family is seriously ill popular Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk visited the Church in the village of Krekshino, where they live to collect the Holy water. It is reported KP.RU.
So, the native star of the series “My fair nanny” car crash came on the car, although they up to the temple to get less than 10 minutes. So they just didn’t want to attract attention.
Also informed the relatives of car crash declared that the only hope for a miracle.
“Apparently, Holy water is one of such miracles, because people believe in its healing properties,” – says an acquaintance of the family of the actress.
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Spouse “My fair nanny” Pyotr Chernyshev and her daughter Anna for a long time in the temple was delayed, I poured some water and left. Source sincerely hopes that the actress will soon be improved.
Moreover, the familiar family car crash has noted that the news that actress at the moment is allegedly on vacation in Thailand, is untrue. This really is simply impossible to imagine, as the family of car crash now just not to leave. That a serious illness invented for PR — also a lie.
“Her family has chosen a more dignified position – quiet to them sooner or later everything behind,” said a friend of the family.
Recall that the closest star of the TV series “My fair nanny” called “powdering brains” fans of the actress.
As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, Anastasia Zavorotnyuk with her husband Peter Chernyshev was allegedly spotted at a resort in Thailand.
Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote that in the Internet appeared the information about the double of a famous actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk.
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