Fashion TV presenter explained why they do not give birth to the baby. Ksenia Sobchak, comparing children with raccoons, said she and raccoon perfectly.
Fashion TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak once again revealed her ideas regarding the baby. Star in an ordinary manner spoke about motherhood, comparing children with raccoons.
With all this, Sobchak stressed that everything has its time and someday they with Maxim will have children. "In the case and to give birth, it is only for yourself and only when you feel like it. And just when you would love. While this is not among my values, but maybe someday it will change. Even more: I am convinced that will change. Well just right now? "Get the raccoon!" - "And what is it for us?" I'm always on these questions respond here so that I and without raccoon is excellent", - quotes the TV presenter of NTV.
The star announced that up to 40 years she's probably still time to become a mother with many. "Bad business simple. It takes, as I heard 9 months. Me at the moment, 34, 40 6 years. Still time to get the allowance for mothers with many children", - laughed the famous TV presenter.
Note that in the problems of motherhood Xenia always categorical. The TV presenter is not even touching entreaties of my mother who is already willing to babysit grandchildren. "I don't care what he thinks Lyudmila Borisovna (mother Sobchak Lyudmila Narusova - Approx.,Ed.). It's her life, she lived as she believed necessary. And lives. And I live the way I deem necessary," explained the star.
Remember that question about motherhood Sobchak recently in the press is extremely sharp. Previously appeared information that the TV presenter is preparing for the advent of the firstborn. These thoughts gave correspondents the fact that Maxim Vitorgan and Ksenia Sobchak bought a new living space in which to equip a children's room.
Days.Roux wrote that later in a conversation with Opera diva Anna Netrebko Ksenia confessed that she and her husband for a year want to become parents. "We have a year trying - and so far in vain," announced Sobchak.