35-year-old Serebro ex-lead singer, and now an independent artist Olga Seryabkina played a secret wedding with her lover in the Alps. The artist's choice was 32-year-old Georgy Nachkebia. According to Super, the young man is the son of a major Georgian businessman, a former employee of Maxim Fadeev's label MALFA, as well as a former concert director of Olga herself.
Seryabkina exclusively told Russian Vogue about the secret wedding celebration. According to rumors, the wedding took place even before the start of the pandemic, just after the New Year. Olga and George decided to tie the knot in a suburb of Vienna. The singer explains the choice of the country for marriage by the fact that Austria is her husband's second homeland: he lived in Vienna for more than ten years.
For the wedding ceremony Olga chose three dresses of different styles from Russian fashion houses Ulyana Sergeenko, WOS and Rasario. The news about Seryabkina's wedding was kept secret until the last, so the designers were convinced that they were sewing her outfits for filming the next music video. The rings were chosen by Georgy: he choose the classic jewelry from Chopard.
In a conversation with Vogue, Olga Seryabkina immediately made a reservation that Georgy is not a media person. According to the singer, her lover is involved in projects in various fields: from show business to high technology. Olga said that she and Georgy have known each other for many years, and really became close only after she left Maxim Fadeev's label and took up a solo project: this happened at the beginning of 2019.
Recall that Olga Seryabkina never shared the details of her personal life with the press. At the same time, she had rumored affairs with Egor Kreed, Oleg Miami, her producer Maxim Fadeev and even a former colleague iElena Temnikova. By the way, in an interview, Temnikova hinted at a romantic relationship between Seryabkina and Fadeev. Olga and Maxim themselves have always stubbornly denied these rumors.
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