Vladimir Putin’s alleged mistress has been rumoured to have had an affair with one of her security guards, according to reports in Ukraine.
Alina Kabaeva has reportedly become “infatuated with one of her security officers’ as Mad Vlad’ focused moved to Russia's war.
The 40-year-old gymnast is believed to have a secret family of two or three children with the Russian dictator, 70.
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But Telegram channel General SVR – which claims to have inside Kremlin knowledge – insists all is not well behind Putin’s palace walls.
“Allegedly the affair had been developing for some time,” said the channel.
The claims say Putin “has been openly ignoring Kabaeva lately’ and won’t even see her when “being in the same residence”.
Putin was reportedly told of the alleged affair, according to popular Ukrainian media outlet Obozrevatel.
Mad Vlad allegedly hardly reacted and “did not try to find out the details and the name of Alina’s new favourite”.
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The Ukrainian outlet told its readers: “Kabaeva has three children from Putin, but she has an affair with a security guard.”
Putin allegedly “did not even ask with whom his beloved was cheating”.
“The inner circle of the dictator, according to an insider, has been watching the serial drama in his personal life for some time,” stated the Ukrainian outlet.
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Kabaeva is sometimes seen wearing a wedding ring, suggesting a secret marriage to the Russian leader.
Putin has never admitted a relationship let alone marriage or children with Kabaeva, but most Russians accept as fact that she shares his multiple palaces and lavish lifestyle.
Revelations by independent investigative media outlets indicate they have at least two children – born in 2015 and 2019 – and perhaps more.
They live in multiple official residences as well as a £1billion clifftop palace looking over the Black Sea in Gelendzhik and a northern forest retreat in Valdai.
Both are believed to have bunkers for use in the event of nuclear war.
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