The presenter explained what happened with Igor Makarov. According to Lera Kudryavtseva, a player was seriously injured, and tomorrow he will undergo surgery. The star cast is loved and supported him in this difficult period.
Popular TV presenter Lera Kudryavtseva is constantly trying to support her husband, hockey player Igor Makarov. Now a celebrity is experiencing due to the fact that her chosen one have a serious operation. Leroy stands beside her husband in a difficult time.
“The husband was seriously injured on the game – shared with “StarHit” Lera Kudryavtseva. – Igor the gap of the cross is front Krestovaya ligament, the most important for athletes. Now we are in Munich yesterday, flew to the German doctor, he’s the entire German football team repairs. Tomorrow will have a complex operation. Hope all is well. I support my husband, always near him. Decided to do a check-up while I am in hospital with him.”
Apparently, Kudryavtseva will spend some time next to her husband in Munich. Probably had to adjust your work schedule to support a loved one during a difficult time. However, Leroy is willing to go to such jertvy for the peace of mind of her husband.
Kudryavtseva and Makarov are constantly monitoring their health. Famous TV host found out that she has a predisposition to certain hereditary diseases. “Recently, met interesting professionals, and they offered to go through the unusual procedure of genetic analysis of blood, – said Lera. Agreed, and passed here the other day got the results. Now I know not only their roots are European, by the way, but the predisposition to disease. Thought, why I have constant headaches? It turns out, went to “a reward” from past generations – the doctors discovered a tendency to severe migraines. Also, through the tests found out what the most effective vitamins I take, which products are the most useful. Husband Igor, of course, laugh at my hobby, but when I returned from the clinic, began to ask what I have as a Yes. Maybe in the future will be decided on such a procedure. For genetics, I believe the future”.