Moment Putin's gymnast 'lover' giggles when she says she's found her 'ideal man' as pair hide away in forest mansion | The Sun

VLADIMIR Putin’s alleged lover giggled when she was asked on TV if she had found her “ideal man”.

Olympic gymnast Alina Kabaeva, 39, is said to have two children with the 70-year-old Russian tyrant and they pair reportedly live together in a mansion in secluded forest.

It’s understood she lives essentially as Russia's "First Lady" – enjoying a life of luxury thanks to Putin's extraordinary private fortune.

Putin is famously guarded about his sleazy private life – but he is understood to have numerous lovers and children.

Recent pictures have revealed the £100 million luxurious mansion the couple are said to live in, which Putin bought for her.

Olympic gold medal winner Kabaeva was first linked to Putin in 2008, when it was reported by a Moscow newspaper run by media tycoon and former KGB spy Alexander Lebedev.


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Around that time she appeared on a Russian show called One Hundred Questions for Adults when she questioned about her private life by and audience of kids.

In one clip, she’s asked by a young boy if she had met her “ideal man” to which she replied while giggling: “I have.”

She was then asked who the mystery man in her life was but would only reveal “he’s a very good man, a great man” though she added: “'I love him very much.”

Kabaeva was also quizzed if she was in a rush to marry him and whether she was “afraid of happiness”.

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She revealed she had bought her lover an “Alaska coat” – and Putin was later seen in one of them.

It comes as the doctor who allegedly oversaw the birth of Vladimir Putin's two children with his gymnast lover has died after revealing the kids' existence.

Dr Natalia Thiebaud Kondratieva, 63, died in Switzerland on February 24 – the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Her death came just days before she was named in an investigation into Putin and Kabaeva – which revealed their staggering wealth and luxurious lifestyle.

Her property is said to be just half a mile from Valdai, Putin’s heavily-guarded and private residence.

Pictures of the mansion, leaked by a construction executive who worked around the house until 2005, reveal its luxurious interiors.

These are said to have been inspired by Putin’s love for his hometown of St Petersburg and its eighteenth-century Hermitage Museum.

One image is thought to show the president’s study, complete with ornate mahogany furniture and the secure phones used by top officials at the Kremlin.

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Gilded chairs can be seen arranged around a glass table and a spherical chandelier, with golden leaves hanging from the ceiling, in another photo.

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