Nikita Dobrynin is one of the brightest participants of the reality show “the Bachelor,” which is found on the project love. Chosen men has become a young pretty girl Dasha Kvitkova. Now the couple is resting in Rio de Janeiro, where often post photos on their pages on Instagram. But this time the man showed spicy photo without the Dasha, in the photo he appeared shirtless.
As you can see, Nikita is captured on a beautiful beach in Rio, which recently went with Dasha. He wore gray jeans, under which a thin strip of visible blue shorts, and the eyes of the followers opened incredible naked torso of handsome, which many would envy. The bachelor looks at the camera and smiles sweetly, as in the caption to the photo said about his journey. “Now Rio for me is a carnival, soccer at every step, thieves, liters Caipirinha, Rodizio and of course miles of beaches. What’s your first Association, after the words “Rio de Janeiro”?”, – posted by Nikita, and fans rushed to discuss his the.
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We will remind, the winner of “the Bachelor,” shared how the Viet family nest.
Previously portal “Znayu” he reported, “the Bachelor” Dobrynin showed his chosen in the most candid perspective.
Also, the portal “Znayu” he wrote that the winner of “the Bachelor” showed a wedding video with Dobrynin.
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