The singer became a guest of the "Smak" program, in which she told how her family is preparing for the New Year and what kind of rest they prefer.
For more than 12 years, Christina Orbakaite has been happily married to businessman Mikhail Zemtsov, however, in an interview about her personal life, the singer prefers not to talk. Nevertheless, for the sake of Ivan Urgant, Christina made an exception and in the new episode of the Smak program she told how her family is preparing for the New Year.
Adhering to the Catholic faith, Christina admits that two Christmas is celebrated in her house at once: “We have a Christmas tree for a very long time, since we celebrate both Catholic and Orthodox Christmas. We put gifts under the tree. True, we always buy them at the last moment, there is not enough time for this. We gather the whole family at the New Year's table, prepare our favorite dishes. For example, we always have a baked turkey in our house for the holidays.”
Despite the fact that Christina is a very popular artist, she always finds time for her loved ones on New Year's holidays and tries to make the holiday unforgettable for her daughter Claudia. The Orbakaite family celebrates New Year in Russia, and after the holidays they go abroad. Often, the singer and her husband and daughter are resting separately. This is due to the fact that Christina prefers to relax in hot countries, and Mikhail and Klava love to ski. “Misha and Klava love skiing very much, but I can't ski. I'm basically clumsy. Therefore, it often happens that I leave for the sea, and my husband goes somewhere in the mountains with a child. True, for the last two years we have been finding a compromise, and I accompanied them. I fell in love with snowshoeing, so now I can relax together."
At the end of the program, Kristina Orbakaite congratulated the audience on the coming New Year: “I want each of you to have a home - a full cup. To have tasty, healthy food on the table. To make you all happy, because when there is happiness in the house, everything else also adds up."