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An influencer who traded in her husband to marry her step-son has revealed they are expecting a child together.
Marina Balmasheva, 37, has 20-month-old Olga with Vladimir 'Vova' Shavyrin, her 23-year-old stepson.
“[We] are accepting your hearts and sincere wishes,” she wrote on her social media post confirming the new pregnancy to her 618,000 followers.
In a seperate post, she revealed that, 'according to ultrasound, the date of conception is the day of [her and Vova's] wedding'.
Alexey, her ex-husband, has been left to raise the five children they adopted together and is rather bitter about the whole ordeal.
"She seduced my son… he had not had a girlfriend before her," Alexey said, as per The Mirror.
"They were not shy to have sex while I was at home. I would have forgiven her cheating, if it wasn't my son…She was running to my son's bed from our bedroom when I was sleeping."
The 45-year-old added: "After that she was coming back and lying in bed with me as if nothing had happened."
Despite her ex-husband turned father-in-law's opinions on her new relationship, Marina remains open and honest with her followers, telling her fans recently that Vova has 'the most charming blue-eyes in the world'.
After she revealed her relationship with her step-son, who is 14 years her junior, Marina also explained that many women urge her to doll herself up more in order to keep her young husband.
"He fell in love with me with all my scars from plastic surgeries, cellulite, excessive skin and personality," she said in a social media post.
The most important thing is that she is now happy in her new partnership, describing her marriage to Alexey as 'not living but pretending'.
"Did I have regrets that I destroyed the family? Both yes and no," she told her social media followers.
She then did admit that she 'was ashamed that [she] killed the stability of 'mum and dad'.