52-year-old actress Maria Shukshina, it seems, completely "took possession" of her grandson Mark - a boy who was born by the ex-girlfriend of her son Makar, the infamous Freya Zilber. The girl even stopped showing the baby's photo on Instagram.
The grandson of Maria Shukshina recently turned two years old. The family gave Mark a big party. By the way, when the actress several months ago announced the end of the conflict with the failed daughter-in-law, many did not believe it. But Maria is a deeply religious person, and believes that in a family in which there are many people, there will always be grievances.
In his blog on Instagram, Shukshin gives an example from the Gospel after the recent broadcast of his mother Lidia Fedoseeva-Shukshina in “Secret for a Million” and the statements of her daughter Anna in the program “The Stars Converged”.
"In a family in which there are many people, it is enough that only one person is unhappy, and it is not necessary for her to show it, it is enough for her to begin to philosophize about how she is treated unfairly, how she is hurt - and it will be violated peace in this family. She broke it with her thoughts, "the post says.
We will remind, the daughter of Maria Shukshina Anna last year said that her mother allegedly "begged" Freya's grandson. “All courts, lawyers Everything was done to ensure that the child was with his father, with Makar,” the girl said.
According to Anna, her brother Makar Kasatkin allegedly grew wiser, settled down and is ready to take on parental responsibilities. In her blog, Maria Shukshina touchingly addressed the baby Mark. “We congratulate our dear boy, whom we love very, very much, and wish him to be strong, steadfast never to sell himself or sell sacred things for 30 pieces of silver, despite all the temptations! We wish him to always live by his own labor and remember that the words "honor, conscience and dignity" are not an empty phrase! " - wrote the TV presenter.
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Publication by Maria Shukshina (@shukshina_maria) Apr 20, 2020 3:22 am PDT