The pianist says that the actor was her only man.
Vitalina Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya and Armen Dzhigarkhanyan
Photo from archive of V. Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya
Vitalina Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya in a candid interview with the magazine “Caravan of Stories” told me that
yet her life was one and only man — Armen Borisovich Dzhigarkhanyan. Ex-wife
people’s artist explained that under the age of 21 when she fell in love with the actor, her
life was subordinated to art and education, first in music
school, and then at the Conservatory. The pianist revealed details of the first night
together with her future husband.
“After the rehearsal
Armen B. took me out to dinner in a Georgian restaurant nearby
theatre — says Vitalina. Suddenly he began to tell about the filming
the day before, about how it was cold in the Armenian cemetery, I even physically
passed on a condition of suffering spoken of Jigarkhanyan. Perhaps he
had already understood something about me and especially put pressure on the pity. Not
tried neither to conquer nor to deceive, but made a very correct response in
the two relationships — empathy, when it was difficult to hide my feelings for
him. That night in the hotel I didn’t come back… I can’t say that I was
scary, when we went to his apartment on the Arbat. But of course, I
worried and knew that this night might be the only one. Saved
what amused themselves with illusions. I confessed that I had loved a married man.
However, I do not think that if Dzhigarkhanyan was happy in the marriage or the wife though
I constantly lived with him, not on another continent, our relationship is going
would be so far. He may at some time be carried away with me.”
scandalous divorce Dzhigarkhanyan had become one of the most discussed topics of the past
year. On the first day of the new year appeared rumors that the couple again
found a common language and were able to reconcile. It was reported that the couple had planned
to declare a truce during one of the broadcasts popular talk shows. However, as
it has become known, this information was far from reality.
Photo: Andrew Fedechko