Young unmarried girls are often asked questions about their personal life and motherhood. 34-year-old singer Tatyana Kotova is sure that such things should not interest even relatives and close friends.
In our society, it is customary to take an interest in the lives of others, even if they are not relatives. Young girls are often asked: when to get married? When she fulfilled the dream of society, questions about the prolongation of the clan immediately pour in, everyone around her worries whether she will miss her biological clock. Artist Tatyana Kotova - 34 years old. She has never been married, she has no children, so she encounters the idle public interest in this regard with enviable regularity.
Of course, looking at Tatyana, it is difficult for many to understand why she is still not tied by marriage ties - she is both clever and beautiful, and the appetizing figure of a star will simply drive any man crazy. Apparently, the flurry of questions on the topic of personal life bothered the celebrity so much that she finally decided to dot the i's. The impetus for the reasoning was the Hollywood star Camaron Diaz, who became a mother for the first time in early January. And the actress is almost 47 years old!
“I believe that even relatives and friends should not ask anyone and never questions about marriage and children. All these tactless questions: “When will you get married? When are you going to have children? " inappropriate. Even if you really want to, even if you are very worried about the person or are very curious. When necessary, then it will come out. When necessary, then it will give birth. Maybe after thirty. Maybe 40 or 50 like Cameron. Or maybe never at all. This is an absolutely personal matter for everyone. And I don't stick to any rules here. I just think that this is not something that a girl should report on, make excuses, explain herself to anyone or worry."
Most of the subscribers supported Kotova, calling such interference in their personal life tactless. At the same time, it does not matter at all who it comes from: from mom or best friend.