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Marina Anisina and Nikita Djigurda showed off son · 2009-09-01 18:28

Nikita Djigurda, Marina Anisina, son MicAngel, www.life.ruThe actor Nikita Djigurda and his wife Marina Anisina showed their 8-month-old son MicAngel the first time. It happened Sunday when the family were celebrating 34th birthday of famous figure skater Marina.

"I preferred staying at home but Nikita insisted on going to the restaurant" Marina told Russian LIFE.ru.

This day Marina put on white gown which was matched a great bouquet of flowers given by her loving husband.

Marina confessed that it was at night when Nikita went away to buy something to drink and came back with the rich bouquet.

"He presented it to me and sang a very beautiful song," the woman said with delight in her voice.

But it wasn't the end of surprises that day. Wooden statue of Budda, which was made for the figure skater exclusively, became the culmination of the evening. The China God will take care and defend Marina who is going to be a mom the second time in a half-year.

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