Singer Natasha Koroleva admitted that Sergei Glushko played a key role in her life.
Natasha Koroleva and Sergei Glushko began dating in the early 2000s, they got married in 2003 after the birth of their son Arkhip. For many years, the couple was considered exemplary among other star families. But the recent rumor about Tarzan's betrayal greatly upset all the fans of the couple. But the haters were already rubbing their hands in anticipation of the divorce of the stars. However, the singer reacted to the incident ambiguously. She believes that the long years of their marriage cannot be crossed out just like that, because between them there were both bad and good, and moments of happiness and moments of despair. The artist has long understood that she is dear to her husband. One significant incident happened many years ago. Natasha Koroleva with her husband
“I almost died on the Volga - I was thrown by a boat. And after this accident, I realized that Seryoga is the person who will be there to the last, to the end. How he saved me, he was with me in intensive care for three days, changed my ship, washed me. I was on the verge of life and death. I was thrown right out of the boat. He got me out of the bottom, pumped me out. It was a turning point in our relationship,"
- the Queen recalled. Speaking about the situation with Tarzan's recent betrayal, the Queen laments only one thing: why the stripper brought the women to their apartment.
By the way, she does not exclude that ill-wishers could deliberately set up everything.
“He made two big mistakes in this story. I agreed to come to our home, even though we do not live in this apartment. And the second - when he opened the door, there were two Venus, one of which definitely did not pull on Venus, then it was necessary to send the girls. But he lost his nose. For twenty years I have not lost, but now I have lost. "Well, the heifers have come, well, let's have some tea." Everything else was done according to a strictly outlined plan. I don’t know by whom”,
- said the Queen in the show "Beware, Sobchak!"