Vera Brezhnev, the ex-soloist of group “Viagra”, is considered the sex symbol of the show business. Showy blonde skillfully combines fashion trends, frequently tells fans about the secrets of caring for themselves. Today, the singer shared the racy photo, which literally blew up the Network.
In the frame of a Faith posing in black laconic MIDI dress, shoes with heels — and all this against the background of red bike. Apparently, the new photo shoot in the style of Audrey Hepburn in one of the films the actress appeared in a similar manner.
And recently, all of a sudden, Vera Brezhnev gave a Frank interview in the media, where he shared personal details. The star said that until recently didn’t feel beautiful and was not confident. And admitted that a big role to play men.
“It’s important for me to be with a strong man who cares about me and supports. My husband over the last few years has become for me a real support. But in my life there were different stages. After my divorce, I was left alone with two children and she has not noticed, how has turned into the woman that a galloping horse will stop, and all she could. And I realized that I didn’t want it to be. Yes, I’m strong, but sometimes want to be weak near a strong man… My husband says I am the most beautiful in the morning when I have messy hair and not a single gram of cosmetics. He likes it when we’re alone and I have no clothes, and he couldn’t care less if I have abs. And recently he sent my photo with the caption: “This photo should be send into space. So the aliens immediately fell in love with men…” After these words I really feel the most beautiful in the world!” — Vera said.
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