Ekaterina Klimova previously admitted that first of all she feels like a mother, and only then - an actress. She managed to go through several divorces. The girl did not live long with the first chosen one, Ilya Khoroshilov, but gave him a daughter, Elizabeth. The second marriage with Igor Petrenko lasted 10 years. When the lovers broke up, it was a tragedy for the fans. But the actors themselves remained on good terms and together raise the sons of Matthew and Korney.
And in 2015, it seemed to many that Klimova had found true love. Then she played a wedding with Gela Meskhi and gave birth to his daughter Isabella, but this happiness was short-lived. In May of this year, the actress unexpectedly divorced her lover. At the same time, from time to time, Catherine intersects on family holidays with her ex-husband. Until recently, she preferred not to talk about the reasons for the collapse of her third marriage.
“Life is woven from different events - both joyful and sad. But thanks to the fact that there is now emptiness in my personal life, I was able to fulfill my mother's old dream - to go together to the Holy Land, walk with her by the hand, talk at night, be secretive,”said the artist.
She explained that it was as if she had returned to childhood when she did not have any husbands. The girl believes that it is difficult for two actors to get along together. “Probably, my personal life does not work out because of perfectionism - not only in what is associated with children, but also in the profession. Too much strength, energy leaves the family outside, and the relationship between a man and a woman implies dedication, focus on each other, "Klimova explained.
In her opinion, it takes a lot of strength to preserve feelings, while constantly facing everyday life. The actress is sure that it is impossible to be a good mother, wife and build a career at the same time. She noted that she did not succeed.
Ekaterina recalled that the actors are most often apart, give all the best on the set, and experience a lot of emotions. As a result, even corny, there is not enough time and energy to talk if problems arise. According to the artist, her profession requires a lot of dedication and when she comes home there is one desire - so that no one bothers.
"And the poor man is left with a sad sight … It is impossible to shine around the clock, why deception?" - summed up Klimova. “I’m not a Decembrist, in one word…” she admitted, writes the “7 Days” edition.