For the first time, Vitaly Klitschko’s wife spoke about the divorce: she also mentioned the reasons for the collapse of the relationship

For the first time, N. Klyčko commented on his divorce with Kyiv mayor Vitaly Klyčko. The woman also mentioned the reasons for the collapse of the relationship, reports unian.net.

On her Instagram account, N. Klyčko (maiden name – Yegorova) publicly admitted that she wishes her ex-spouse all the best.

“Thank you for everything that has happened on our common path over the past 25 years. Our divorce is a thoughtful, mutually agreed-upon decision. It has already happened that during many years of living in different countries, our paths gradually diverged. We have raised three wonderful children to whom we will always be parents,” she wrote.

She also noted that she has maintained friendly relations with her former lover, and wished him all the best.

“Our relations continue to be friendly, full of mutual respect. We have always supported and will support each other in any circumstances… I wish Vitaly nothing but the best… A new chapter of life begins…” she added.

The fact that V. Klyčko divorced his wife after 25 years of marriage became clear in August. According to a well-known man, he and his wife have not been living together for a long time.

Mayor of Kyiv V. Klychko, announcing the divorce from his wife Natalya, said that they have been living in different countries for many years, so a divorce would be a logical conclusion of their relationship.

At the same time, V. Klyčko explained that, despite the divorce, life goes on.

“Many years – different interests, different lives. And we decided to make it official. This is the desire of both parties. We still have a good relationship, we respect each other, the children are grown up, and life goes on,” he said.

V. Klyčko and Natalija got married in 1997.

In their marriage, they had three children – two sons and one daughter.

Natalya has been living in Germany for the past few years, while V. Klychko stayed in Ukraine.

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