TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, who will celebrate her 40th birthday on November 2, changed her image, in which she appeared on the cover of a glossy magazine.
Ksenia Sobchak boasted on Instagram that for the sixth time in a row she got on the cover of a famous glossy publication. To everyone’s surprise, this time the journalist has radically transformed, reincarnated as that glamorous blonde that she was 20 years ago. And we must give the photographers and retouchers their due: they did a great job on the TV presenter, so that she really looks almost the same as in the distant “noughties”, only with great gloss and chic.
“How do you like my sixth cover @tatler_russia? In my opinion, a fire We had a full blast, like “the Musketeers 20 years later” 😂 or “The blonde in chocolate is back”. The fashion for the 2000s is back, it’s nice to remember “how we started“- Ksenia proudly announced, presenting to the public her photo with fluttering hair and a pink clutch in her hands.
“It would be nice if the fashion for the 2000s would be reflected in different areas. Still, it was more fun! Perhaps this is not even fashion, but nostalgia!“, – Marina Zudina responded.
“Did not recognize! Honestly !! That means a fire! ”,“ It seemed to me this old photo😲 it turned out exactly like in the 2000s😁💪🏻🔥🔥 ”,“ And this style suits you – pink in chocolate😉👍 ”,“ Ksenia, something your face has changed🤔 … The enthusiasm disappeared and the lightness 😒 “,” Incredible! Just a time machine cover! 🔥🔥👏“, – write fans of the TV presenter.
Recall that Sobchak got her nickname thanks to the reality show of the same name, aired on the MUZ-TV channel in 2006. The project was completely devoted to the life and work of Ksenia, who had already managed to declare herself as the host of “House-2”, and helped her to gain scandalous popularity on domestic TV.
At that time, Ksenia was the star of all parties and social events in Moscow and was compared to the western celebrity Paris Hilton. However, as soon as the fashion for “glamorous 2000s” passed, the journalist was able to quickly reorient herself and from a narrow-minded blonde she turned into an intellectual who defends civil rights and freedom of speech.