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Most desirable bachelors ?? Prokhorov and others · 2009-09-24 14:43

Mikhail Prokhorov, www.trud.ruThe most famous single men are always paid careful attention. If they are seen with a new girlfriend, she is immediately named as possible celebrity's wife. Meanwhile not all men are going to marry.

Actor Alexey Makarov

Russian actress Lubov Polischuk's son is "married" half-yearly by journalists. Alexey's relations with girlfriends usually have just 6-month history. After this time period the actor leaves the "bride" and starts to meet with another woman. Alexey Makarov, 37, was married twice. The first marriage experience he had being a student. His wife was 10 years older. But the couple divorced after two years of family life. After the second divorce Makarov promised not to marry in the future. "I'm not going to marry; I will never go to the Civil Registry Office", Alexey said to Russian "Trud-7".

Tycoon Mikhail Prokhorov

His private life is behind seven seals. But it's exactly known that Mikhail Prokhorov is not married and is not going to marry. "People marry when they have some household problems, my household is OK; the shirts are cleaned and pressed," he said being in Great Britain embassy due to Queen Elizabeth' birthday. But it doesn't mean the oligarch is cool to women in general ?? just remember a scandal on the French Cote d'-Azur when he was noticed with several women of easy virtue at the same time.

Singer Bogdan Titomir

There was news some time ago ?? Bogdan, 42, decided to marry at the end. Pop-group "Barhat" soloist, singer Anna was called as Bogdan's bride. "I haven't seen Anna during a half a year", Titomir said, laughing. "I have a girlfriend, her name is Angela. But there won't be any wedding, I'm not going to marry in general", the singer added.

Sportsman Marat Saphin

Model Daria Zhukova (Roman Abramovich' current girlfriend), actress Elena Korikova, Jessica Biel (Justin Timberlake's ex-sweetheart), "Blestyaschie" singer Nastya Osipova and many other girls are among Russian tennis-player's former girlfriends. But all these relations led to split. As a rule it was Marat who stopped dating with girls. He is not in hurry to become somebody's husband.

Hockey player Alexander Ovechkin

Alexander, 23, is often figured in love gossip. Meanwhile the only woman in his life nowadays is his mother Tatiana.

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