Alexander Kucherenko is a popular model, TV presenter, “Miss Ukraine 2016”, and more recently still the wife of the famous traveler Dmitry Komarov. Beauty often pleases the audience with vivid pictures in your Instagram, and this time was no exception – Sasha showed a cute frame from the hometown of the Dnieper. On the new photo model captured on a snowy street in a warm winter jacket in dark blue and a black hat.
In the hands of long-haired beauty holding a beautiful bouquet of pink tulips, which she gave not her husband and brother, too, by the way Dmitry. In the caption to the photo of Sasha has told that they came to the hometown of the Dnieper. “Native city meets snow. And brother @dmitriy_kucherenko – flowers. Ryder is done, thank you. See you tonight at the awards ceremony #solutionas the river. Here, even the Golden pineapples distribute winter,” she said. Fans are not passed by and began to actively discuss the publication of the star, filling her with compliments in the comments to the photo.
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