She threw a party for friends.
After busily planning her wedding in Santorini and travels through Europe with husband 62-year-old Egyptian businessman Ossama Fathi Rabah Al-Sharif, Xenia Deli decided to refresh herself by taking a break and came to Russia to hang with some close friends.
Xenia’s first stop was in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, which she called her “hometown”.
In the image shared to Instagram, Xenia is seen in front of the Church of the Savior on Blood. This kind of a textbook on Russian architecture of XVI-XVII centuries. Architects Alfred Parland and Archimandrite Ignatius (Malyshev) borrowed some elements from Yaroslavl ensemble Korovniki, something - from Moscow's St. Basil's Cathedral, some elements borrowed from Kostroma, others - in Rostov Veliky. Therefore, structure, conceived to meet all the aesthetic standards of eclecticism, was influenced by Art Nouveau, especially in the interiors. During the Russian Revolution, 1917 the Bolsheviks intended to blow up the temple, but they failed.
Xenia’s look was also marked by eclecticism. On the streets of St. Petersburg, the young girl was wearing the clothes from a Mexican designer Ivonne Fashion.
After vacation in Saint-Petersburg Xenia came to Moscow, where her close friends, who had been present at the wedding on the island of Santorini, were waiting for her.
Xenia is a friend of Olga Rudenko - a writer and director of the Upper School in Moscow. In this picture, shared to Instagram, Xenia is seen with Olga and the singer Artik.
Xenia and Olga had fun at a party on the roof along with another friend named Ekaterina, who also had been present at the wedding in Santorini.
In the image shared to Instagram, Xenia is posing with her friends in front of the "Stalin skyscrapers" - seven skyscrapers built in Moscow in the late 1940s - early 1950s. In many foreign guides these buildings were called "seven sisters".
It’s unknown if Xenia is accompanied by her husband on her visit to Russia..