The wife of Pavel Bure showed rare family footage


Супруга Павла Буре показала редкие семейные кадры A woman posted a photo with her grown-up children. The wife of a famous hockey player demonstrated how they rest on may holidays in a hot country. Fans of the couple found that children are just adorable.

Pavel Bure his wife Alina infrequently demonstrate their personal lives. The couple star rarely publishes photos on social networks and tries to avoid various rumors. So every new footage of the Storm family are especially appreciated by fans of the athlete. Recently, a woman shared in his microblog in a series of pictures from a holiday in Antalya.

The followers wrote a lot of comments, where he noted that young parents and their children look fabulous and wished them a great stay.

Family Bure with two children – a son Paul and daughter Polinu. The first child was born in April 2013 in Miami. The boy was called Pasha. The athlete admitted that this event was the most vivid of his life. Hockey player having fun tinkering with my son: walking, playing, bathing, putting to bed.

Paul soon began to teach a kid to play sports – he was not yet two years old, and he already swam. However, Bure Sr. insists that the offspring became a hockey player. But on the ice together with his father, the boy had already gone, and he played adult hockey stick. The second child of the couple was born 20 July 2015. The unusual name of the girl hockey player explained that it is derived from their spouse names.

Roman Paul and his future wife, model Alina Hasanova from Naberezhnye Chelny, started on holiday in Turkey. Before you take a girl to the altar, the athlete checked his feelings a year and a half. A formal proposal man made new year’s eve.

The lovers got married in October 2009. The wedding had two – first in Miami, then in Moscow. I wonder what the celebration in the Russian capital was held on 10 October: it is said that Paul chose this date because he played hockey under the number 10. The festival brought together about 300 guests, among whom were sports stars, music and film.