Thursday, 13 November 2014

Irina Shayk already has his Ballon ... like CR7

 They say they want to make the competition for her boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo, but the truth is that Irina Shayk also accumulates awards. The last one I got last Tuesday night on his land and gave Glamour magazine, whose readers chose it as the Russian woman of 2014.
The top dazzled at the gala with a good neck and thanked the distinction, much like their particular Ballon through social networks. "Thank Glamour Russia for the award for Woman of the Year 2014! I would love to thank all the readers of Glamour who voted for me!" She wrote on Facebook.
Then Irina posted a funny photo of the celebration

The ultimate treat for Sara, a 'ruin' for Casillas

 Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a shower room, a game room, two living rooms, kitchen and utility room on four floors spanning 750 square meters. This is the new home purchased by Iker Casillas and Sara Carbonero, according to the website Vanitatis progresses.
Priced two and a half million euros, this 'house' is the Christmas gift for the journalist, a fad that will cost him dearly Iker, which they explain little has been involved in the decision to acquire
The new house occupies 800 square meters of land and has a large swimming pool. It is located in La Finca in the area called La Blanca Paloma, a compound complex of 71 individual villas that designed Alberto Martin, his former owner.
The architect and Lydia Bosch went on sale two years ago for 2,600,000 euros and because of his controversial divorce. By court order, each occupy the house for six months, alternating. The first to occupy it was actress and left in disrepair, so the judge forced to repair the damage.
There will be moved in a while Iker and Sara. The couple lived first in Boadilla del Monte, when you started living together, and later moved to La Villa where security measures are very high as there is 24-hour surveillance.
They have two years in a modest townhouse in the area and it seems that Sara is tired and wants something better and greater, a fad that some have described as "Iker ruin."