Singer and mentor of the show "Voice" Polina Gagarina and her husband-photographer Dmitry Iskhakov announced their separation a few months ago. They have a daughter, Mia. On his Instagram, Dmitry rarely talks about divorce, he only writes poems dedicated to his often former lover. The other day Dmitry Iskhakov showed a couple of photos from a new session, in which "X-size" models - girls of peasant appearance with curvaceous forms - posed for him. And the photographer even signed the pictures with a hint: "Perhaps my next wife will be a dumpling and, in general, what kind of stereotype is that a model must be very thin ?!" - signed the photo Iskhakov. It is known that at the time of the "Star Factory", having barely given birth to the eldest son (from a marriage with actor Peter Kislov), Polina Gagarina was also a donkey. But now, having lost weight - about 20 kg - she has changed even externally. Fans even decided that Pauline's character had become tougher due to constant diets. Recall that Gagarina and Iskhakov got married in 2014, and in 2017 they had a daughter, Mia. The spouses still do not talk about the reasons for the divorce. Dmitry once noted that he does not regret anything and is grateful for a lot. However, he doubts that he will ever want to get married, as he does not know a single happy couple who have lived with each other long enough.
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