Муж Полины Гагариной в шоке от того, что она делала в Греции
Dmitry Iskhakov admires the abilities of his beloved wife.

Polina Gagarina with her husband Dmitry Isakov, son Andrew and daughter MIA

Photo: Instagram

While on vacation in Greece, which this year
has become perhaps the most popular holiday destination of celebrities, Polina Gagarina
showed itself in an unexpected way. The singer talked to local residents on their
native language, which aroused admiration beloved husband Dmitry Iskhakov.

wonderful Field can speak well in Greek, says husband Gagarina. And it
makes me admiration. My wife is a polyglot! Local note that says
without an accent. Pride and respect!”

Polina Herself
it is recognized that to speak of the Greeks in the same language for it — a special

“It was
such a soulful and fun! — recalls the artist. — Happiness is being together, happiness
to see how the mother laughs, happiness is making mud pies and sand castles with his daughter
the first time, the happiness to see such a great and caring son, happiness is when
the husband has the coolest sense of humor. Happiness is — to speak Greek, happiness
there are incredibly tasty meals from childhood, happiness, pure sea, blue
the sky and the scorching sun! Thank you, love Greece! We will be back!”

Mom took pictures and swimsuit too, my Mom gave me ? #polisaharida #againplease @eloundapeninsula #palestinophiles

A post shared by Polina Gagarina (@gagara1987) on Jul 4, 2018 at 1:31am PDT

calls Greece the beloved country is not just. It turns out, Pauline rose
the Mediterranean sea: that’s where she knows the local language.

“It so happened that when I was 3, my mom brought me to Greece,
because she was invited to work on the contract (my mother is a ballet dancer),
that, in fact, quite natural, because different and could not be,
— recalls the singer. I went there to kindergarten and then graduated from the first class, and already
later we were forced to returned back to Russia. The fact is that, if not
happened some circumstances, we would probably have stayed in Greece
and I certainly wouldn’t forget the Greek language and would be a real Greek.”