Quite a long time fans have been waiting for at least some specifics from the family actress and star of the TV series “My fair nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Friend and acting partner Peter Chernyshov, Tatyana Navka appeared before the media with an official statement.
So, partner Chernyshova confirmed that the car crash is actually struggling with cancer. Information posted on the website “Russian show”.
It should be stressed that the whole team Navka Show wholeheartedly support my colleague Peter Chernyshov, and Zavorotnyuk I wish you a speedy recovery.
It is also known that 10 November will take place the premiere of the show “the Scarlet flower” and all the money collected will be sent to the support of the actress and other women who also struggle with cancer.
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Also in the team said that they have no doubt that thanks to the joint efforts will overcome all the hardships and soon the fans will see the actress with her radiant smile.
Recall that in mass media there was information that one of the patients of the medical center where treatment Zavorotnyuk, shared with reporters the fact in what condition is the moment actress.
As reported by the portal Znaia in the Internet appeared the photographs of her husband, Zavorotnuk Peter Chernyshev, who even in the summer, stopped touring because of the illness of his wife.
The portal also Znayu wrote that car crash on the mend and now is undergoing rehabilitation in a private clinic on the ruble in the village of Zhukovka in Russia.
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