Grown-up son, Elizabeth Boyar made a splash at a children’s party


Повзрослевший сын Елизаветы Боярской произвел фурор на детском празднике
Five-year-old Andrew behaved like a St. Petersburg intellectual.

Повзрослевший сын Елизаветы Боярской произвел фурор на детском празднике

Son Of Elizabeth Boyar Andrew

Photo: Elizabeth Karpushkina

Elizaveta Boyarskaya, a long time do not show his son became
output Andrew in to the light. Five-year-old boy first visited the capital’s secular
event. The reason for me to spend time with the child, was going to
Museum IRRI, where the actress invited her friends: Julia Peresild and Marina Aleksandrova. Elizabeth felt a little sick, but to upset the boy and give
interesting master class (children made from the old piano striking art-object
called “the hotel for plants) — did not.

To avoid becoming a source
of colds for participants of the event, the star wore a medical
the mask and asked her not to photograph. “But Andrew, please!” smiled
Boyar.

Andrew himself as a true representative of the St. Petersburg intelligentsia. Boy
tried not to offend anyone, not to push, and no one to stop it. He patiently
was waiting for a free place at the piano to paint it. Waiting for
your turn, Andrew enthusiastically set to work. He was one of the few who
managed after painting a piano does not get dirty in the paint. While young heir to a famous dynasty
enthusiastically painted piano, mother visited the Museum.

Повзрослевший сын Елизаветы Боярской произвел фурор на детском празднике

Photo: Elizabeth Karpushkina

“To my shame, I never knew about this Museum, can be
due to the fact that I do not know Moscow well. The occasion was a meeting with
friends and children, but I’m glad that learned about the existence of this Museum
it so happened that in the theater and cinema, I often meet with Soviet and
the post-Soviet era — shared star after the tour. It is clear that we know a lot about this time with
the point of view of poets, artists, artist, honestly, I
knew nothing about this period. And so today, I was very
interesting to see such diverse, profound artists, and a reflection of the era
using pictures that they had to do with one hand, and that they
I was on the other.”

Photo: Elizabeth Karpushkina



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