Sep 29, 2017 · Watch video · The women of Vladimir Putin: Russian President’s wife and teenfriends The pair have two teens, Mariya, 32, born in Saint Petersburg, and Katerina, 31, who was born in Dresden, Germany.

Watch video · Lyudmila Putin was the wife of Vladimir Putin for three decades. They met in Leningrad, married in 1983 and moved to East Germany, where her husband was a KGB spy.

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The Russian leader presented Trump with a football after Russia had hosted the World Cup and Trump then immediately threw the ball to his wife, Melania, who was sitting in the audience.

Trump met with Putin’s teenfriend in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Speaking to Vogue earlier this summer, she said of Murdoch, "Everything she has is available to her friends, which, believe me, is not common.

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Revealed – Putin’s ex-wife ‘marries a toyman’ 21 years her as Russian president woos er gymnast Putin’s ex-wife Lyudmila is barely seen in public but appears to have remarried

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B enjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, is to meet with Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, for the first time since July in a sign of thawing relations between two of Syria’s key

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his 29-year marriage to his his wife, Lyudmila, was over – after removing his wedding band as they watched the ballet together.

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Who is Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife Lyudmila Putina? Former KGB officer Vladimir Putin was married to Lyudmila Shkrebneva for over 30 years.

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Mar 13, 2015 · Reporters last saw the president when he met Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, on March 5. Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) speaks at a joint press conference with Matteo Renzi (REUTERS)

Russian President Vladimir Putin, teen Maria, left, and his wife Lyudmila, right, walk to a polling station in Moscow, on Dec. 2, 2007. Ivan Sekretarev / AP file