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Kristina Orbakaite has lived in two countries for many years. Alla Pugacheva’s daughter earns money in Russia by giving concerts and speaking at corporate parties. As soon as the singer gets the opportunity, she immediately flies to Miami with her husband Mikhail Zemtsov and her daughter Claudia. Now she Christina is with her family, about which she informed the fans.
Kristina Orbakaite joined her husband Mikhail Zemtsov and their daughter Claudia in the United States. The singer has not seen her loved ones for a long time due to a busy work schedule, so now she literally glows with happiness, being with her family in her beautiful house.
Orbakaite showed the public his changed heiress after a long separation. Claudia has matured remarkably. She is fluent in three languages: English, Spanish and Russian. The girl in Russian told the famous mother that she had prepared a school presentation on women’s rights.
True, Claudia speaks Russian with a heavy accent. The girl she spent almost all of her adult life in the United States. English has long become native to her, in addition, she devotes a lot of time to Spanish lessons. And Russian, apparently, Claudia slowly began to forget, at least in terms of pronunciation.
This fact also did not escape Christina’s subscribers. People noted with annoyance that Klava was slowly forgetting her native language. “She speaks Russian with a strong accent”, “The girl constantly has to find the right words to build a Russian sentence”, “She hardly speaks, although she tries very hard”, “Klava completely forgot Russian, speaks with an accent , others languages are better for her ”, comment the followers.
Let’s remember that Claudia was born in the United States in a private clinic in Miami. Her father Mikhail Zemtsov lived and worked in this city. He was trained as a dentist and has a profitable business in this area: the man has a network of clinics. As for Klava, the girl has US citizenship. She practically never happens in Moscow.
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