Boris Nemtsov’s son throws wedding on Rublevka
The guests included Grigory Yavlinsky, Bozhena Rynska, Alla Verber, and others. Those present honored the memory of the murdered politician.
The wedding of 23-year-old son of the murdered politician Boris Nemtsov and TV presenter Ekaterina Odintsova, Anton Nemtsov, and former employee of Gazprom and a native of Nizhny Novgorod, Anna Ignatyeva, has taken place on Rublevka, Nizhegorodskaya Pravda reports. The ceremony was attended by the newlyweds’ friends and relatives, as well as friends of Ekaterina Odintsova and Boris Nemtsov, including Grigory Yavlinsky, Alla Verber, and Bozena Rynska.
According to Nizhegorodskaya Pravda, the wedding took place six months after Anton Nemtsov and Anna met on Facebook. The girl quit her job at Gazprom for the marriage’s sake.
During the celebration, the guests honored the memory of Boris Nemtsov, who was killed in the center of Moscow on February 27, 2015. In particular, Grigory Yavlinsky gave a speech about him.
23-year-old Anton Nemtsov is currently completing his studies at MIPT and writing a diploma on lasers. The wedding was also attended by his sister Dina Nemtsova, who published pictures and videos from the celebration on her Instagram.
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