The Russian president’s mistress, Alina Kabaeva, is reportedly hiding in Switzerland with their four young children, Page Six exclusively reports.
A source revealed to the outlet, “While Putin carries out his assault on the Ukraine, attacking innocent citizens and causing a refugee crisis, his family is holed up in a very private and very secure chalet somewhere in Switzerland – for now, at least.”
Putin Is Hiding His Family In Switzerland
The couple reportedly have four children together, but neither of them have officially confirmed it.
It’s reported that Putin and Kabaeva have twin daughters who are seven-years-old, and two other sons together.
“Alina has two young boys and twin girls with Putin who were born in Switzerland,” a source told Page Six. “The kids all have Swiss passports, and I imagine she does also.”
Putin’s Mistress & Former Gold-Medal Gymnast, Alina Kabaeva
Kabaeva is 38 while Putin is 69.
The President of Russia is infamously quiet about his personal life.
He once said, “I have a private life in which I do not permit interference. It must be respected. I have always reacted negatively to those who with their snotty noses and erotic fantasies prowl into others’ lives.”
There is a lot of confusion surrounding the couple’s relationship and their roles as parents.
While it’s been reported his mistress and four rumored children are hiding in Switzerland, the country has turned on Russia.
The Swiss Federal Council announced on Feb. 28 that it froze assets of a list of Russian individuals and companies, noting that “the financial sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are also to be implemented with immediate effect.”
Despite many countries freezing Russian assets across the world, Putin is hellbent on conquering Ukraine.
Reuters reported that Putin said on Sunday, March 6, his campaign in Ukraine was going to plan and would not end until Kyiv stopped fighting.
Putin’s “Campaign In Ukraine” Is Going To Plan
A report from the United Nations on the same day revealed the civilian death toll from hostilities across Ukraine since Moscow launched its invasion on Feb. 24 stood at 364.
More than 20 children have been ruthlessly killed and hundreds more have been injured from the Russian attacks.
Per Reuters, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said most civilian casualties were caused by the use of “explosive weapons with a wide impact area, including shelling from heavy artillery and multi-launch rocket systems, and missile and air strikes.”
The New York Post just reported that Ukrainians are now fleeing the small suburb of Kyiv called Irpin.
Footage from the scene was published by the New York Times and showed terrified masses fleeing as well as a deceased mother and her two children.