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The 10-year-old grandson of the Russian dictator was photographed for the first time.
According to the Daily Mail, the grandson's name is Roman Faassen and he was supposed to participate in the karting championship in Crimea, but due to "cotton" on the occupied peninsula, the competition was postponed.
The karting championship, in which Putin's grandson Roman was supposed to participate, was planned to be held on August 9 in Crimea, but due to the likelihood of new explosions on the peninsula, the competition was postponed to September 9.
As you know, Roman Faassen – son of Putin's eldest daughter – 37-year-old Maria Vorontsova from her first marriage to Dutch businessman Jorrit Faassen (son of a colonel in the Dutch army).
Roman Faassen, Putin's grandson, removes his helmet during a go-kart race in Tatarstan, Russia, in August 2022
The photo shows that the 10-year-old boy, who now occupies 28th place in the mini class at the Russian Karting Championship, has the flags of Russia and the Netherlands on his belt.
As for the mother of Putin's grandson, Maria Vorontsova, born to Putin's ex-wife Lyudmila, the former first lady of the terrorist nation of Russia, works as a pediatric endocrinologist and has also come under Western sanctions due to the all-out war. Now she is in a relationship with 34-year-old Evgeny Nagorny.
Vorontsova with her second husband Yevgeny Nagorny (left) at a friends wedding in 2019 in Salerno, Italy jpg” alt=”British journalists have found Putin's grandson” /> 37-year-old Maria Vorontsova
At the same time, Putin himself is reluctant to talk about family ties, they say, "if < em>I'll remember ages and names, they'll be recognized and never left alone" . Only in 2017 did he admit that he has grandchildren: " I have grandchildren. They live a normal life… I want them to grow up as normal people.
In addition, Putin has another daughter, 19-year-old Luiza Rozova, or known as Elizaveta Krivonogih. Her mother – former cleaning lady Svetlana Krivonogikh, who is now a multimillionaire and co-owner of a major Russian bank.
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich