President Putin's ex-wife,58, moves on and marries her 'boytoy' 21 years her junior - Ebals blog


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Wednesday, 27 January 2016

President Putin's ex-wife,58, moves on and marries her 'boytoy' 21 years her junior

Vladimir Putin's ex-wife Lyudmila has married a man 21 years her junior, according to reports in Moscow.
The 58-year-old former Russian first lady appears on official records to have changed her name as if she is now the spouse of a known friend, dashing businessman Arthur Ocheretny, 37.
If she has wed him, it mirrors the Kremlin strongman's rumoured relationship with Olympic gymnast Alina Kabayeva, also in her 30s....

But it is also in stark contrast to rumours that the former Aeroflot stewardess had found sanctuary by shutting herself away in an Orthodox Church nunnery. There is no confirmation of the union as marriage certifcates are not public in Russia.
Putin and his wife announced their divorce in July 2013.
Since then she all but disappeared from view while the Russian president forbids any questions about his private life although he made clear in 2014 that he was happy in his love life.
Lovebirds? Vladimir Putin's ex-wife Lyudmila, 58, has married Arthur Ocheretny, 37, according to reports in Moscow
Ocheretny is reported as heading the Centre For Interpersonal Communications and Literature Education publishing house in Moscow, both of which have been previously associated with Lyudmila Putina.
His previous job was at a company called Art Show Centre, which organised parties for United Russia - Putin's political party - and energy giant Gazprom.

A St Petersburg property known to have been owned by Lyudmila's family is now listed on official state records as belonging to Lyudmila Alexandrovna Ocheretnaya, with the name as well as date and place of birth matching those of the former first lady.
Had she wed Ocheretny, this would be her married name.However, marriage records are not open to public scrutiny in Russia.

It cannot be excluded that there has been an element of subterfuge, perhaps an attempt to give Lyudmila some privacy after her years in the limelight - in which she felt uncomfortable.
Against this, in recent years she had clearly achieved anonymity - having been seen in public only once since she and Putin announced their divorce after attending a Bolshoi Theatre performance together.

The former first lady 'has been supporting Centre for development of interpersonal communication (CRMK) which is headed by 37-year-old Artur Ocheretny.
'Sobesednik calls him the new husband of Lyudmila Putina.'

Little is known of Ocheretny but he has a son aged around ten years old.
On social media he 'likes' pro-Putin stories and last summer appeared to enjoy a holiday near Biarritz in France.
In 2014, Putin told Russians he would not contemplate remarrying until Lyudmila was happily betrothed.

'First I have to see my ex-wife Lyudmila Alexandrovna married, and only then think about myself,' he told a televised question and answer session when asked about how long Russia would have to wait for a new first lady.
A German friend recalled Lyudmila describing Putin as a 'vampire' and there were unsubstantiated rumours of him having extra marital affairs as a KGB spy stationed in Dresden during the Cold War.
The Kremlin denied as 'complete nonsense' reports also emerging from Germany that Putin was a wife beater.

Putin was rumoured to have been a lover of Kabayev for six years before their divorce announcement but little proof exists that the speculation is true.
n December 2014, Putin acknowledged during a press conference that his personal life was 'all right'. He stated: 'A friend of mine from Europe, a big chief, asked me: 'Listen do you have a love?'
''What do you mean?', I asked him. 'I mean, do you love someone?'
''Well, yes'.

''And does someone love you?' I said: 'Well, yes.'
'I wonder if he thought if I gone wild. So then he said 'Oh well thank God for that' - and downed a shot of vodka.
'So everything is all right, don't you worry.' said Putin.
There was speculation his anonymous friend from Europe was Silvio Berlusconi but this was never confirmed.

At the time, Putin stressed that he is 'kind relations' with former wife Lyudmila.
'We regularly see each other. Needless to say about children, this goes without saying. Not that I see them as often as I would like to, but everything is all right,' he said.


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