Pugacheva and Galkin’s children, Harry and Lisa, celebrated their tenth anniversary. Photo: social networks.
The children of Alla Pugacheva and Maxim Galkin* celebrated their first anniversary: Harry and Lisa turned 10 years old. Usually, in honor of the twins’ birthday, the couple hosted a magnificent celebration at their castle near Moscow. Numerous guests arrived in the village of Gryaz: family, friends, acquaintances. Last spring, Galkin and Pugacheva left Russia, and this year the twins celebrate their birthday in exile for the first time. Apparently, the parents decided to save money and did not organize a big celebration for this event.
Galkin shared images of a family celebration on social media. Alla and Maxim held a party in a small circle. In the courtyard of their house in Herzliya, the couple set up a grill on which they fried sausages and meat and fish kebabs. The guests were sitting right there, in the open air, at a table covered with oilcloth. For dessert, they served a birthday cake with candles that were blown out by the birthday children.
The couple fried sausages on the grill and seated the guests in the patio, at tables covered with oilcloth. Photo: social networks.
For the holiday, Alla dressed in an off-the-shoulder white lace dress. Birthday girl Lisa chose a shiny metallic dress and a bow headband. Galkin and his son Harry preferred more practical clothing, since they were in charge of cooking and fixing the grill.
“Well, great! This is what I understand as a birthday,” Galkin approved as Harry fanned the embers.
Alla and her daughter were setting the table at that moment. The star family did not hire domestic help: they prepared and served the food themselves, so the vacation turned out to be very economical.
The birthday boys blew out the candles on the cake. Photo: social networks.
After leaving Russia, Galkin and Pugacheva received Israeli citizenship and settled in a wealthy Tel Aviv suburb. In Herzliya, where the couple lives, there is not much entertainment, so Alla Borisovna leads the life of a simple housewife. The singer takes children Harry and Lisa to school and picks them up from classes. While Galkin goes on tour trying to earn a living for her family, the artist takes care of the children alone. The twins go to one of the most expensive private schools in Israel, King Solomon. Education there costs 3 million 600 thousand rubles a year for two children.
*Recognized as a foreign agent in Russia.