Once popular on Russian television, Tatyana Lazareva now lives alone without husband, children and a permanent job in Spain.
In Russia, Tatyana had everything, but then it suddenly seemed to her that somehow it was not very democratic here, somehow the President was not elected in the right way, and somehow they reacted to the neighbor's country in a wrong way.
And so she went to Spain. Then she got hooked on antidepressants, and then divorced her husband Mikhail Shats, who, having revised his political views, decided not to slander the country that gives him money and today he feels good on Russian TV.
Well, Tatyana is sitting on a terrace in Spain and talking about the fate of “unfortunate Russia”, which, in her opinion, is waiting for “a terrifying collapse of society, poverty, poverty, hunger, and plus a civil war in their heads.”
So, she is very sympathetic to those people “who will live there (in Russia).”
It seems that now Lazareva herself, sitting on antidepressants, living in a foreign country, arouses sympathy without a family, among people who speak a foreign language