Actress Antonina Khizhnyak told how she adapted to new living conditions during the war

Actress Antonina Khizhnyak told how she adapted to new living conditions during the war

Actress Antonina Khizhnyak told how she adapted to new living conditions during the war

Antonina Khizhnyak spoke about the conditions of life in the war with her ex-husband and current chosen one and admitted how her attitude towards her beloved had changed during this time.

The famous Ukrainian actress Antonina Khizhnyak has been staying in the Kyiv region, in her native town of Ukrainka, since the beginning of the war. She constantly volunteers and sews Ukrainian flags with her own hands, which she gives to defenders and, on request, to her fans. The TV star admits that the decision to stay at home came by itself, but there was also a time when she had to completely reassess her life views and values.

Actress Antonina Khizhnyak told how she adapted to new conditions of life during the war

“There was a situation, if I, son, father-in-law, a lot of man and yoga girl, lived together and shared a pobut. This situation is anecdotal, but it's not funny. Indeed, when the war came, everything became unimportant. I gave a son to a colossal yogo maiden, so that the stench brought the little one to Ternopil. You won’t get stuck on your head, but I’ll tell you how. I don’t care about sensation, I want to catch it, ”actress Antonina Khizhnyakh shared in the Zirkovy Way program.

The star herself then did not see her own son for 3 weeks, but she knew that he was safe. Unlike the people who remained in the Kyiv region occupied at that time, like they and her chosen one Alexander.

Actress Antonina Khizhnyak told how she adapted to new living conditions during the war

“It was already scary, we didn’t know what we were going to do tomorrow. I remember the moment when we began to exchange passwords for cards with Oleksandr. Ale for this hour we got even closer from Sashkom. I saw from the yogo side an absolute support. At the same time, it’s still going on, but if it’s a routine, it’s like a routine, the skin’s got it right, but I’m even more grateful for those that we’ve been so blessed and experienced at once, I’m sure, naivazhchi period. I don’t know what will be given, but today I am writing to him as a partner.

Recall that we previously wrote that First Lady Elena Zelenskaya spoke frankly about what the first days of the war were like for her. The wife of Vladimir Zelensky admitted that on February 24 she woke up from the explosions. When she got out of bed, she saw that her husband was packed and ready to leave for the President's Office. Elena noted that at that moment there was neither confusion nor fear on her husband's face.