Pugacheva and Galkin’s Coat of Arms
In December 26, 2011 Soviet and Russian popular singer Alla Pugacheva (born in 1949) and Russian comedian Maxim Galkin (born in 1976) got married proving their commitment to each other despite the significant age gap.
Star couple now has their own family coat of arms for their elegant castle in the suburban village Gryaz.
This work costs half a million rubles, but artist Vladislav Koval did not take a penny. According to the artist, for him it is an art, not a business.
On their Coat of arms you can see an owl (as symbol of Pugacheva) and a jackdaw (as a symbol of Galkin) as well as 2 helmets, turned to each other, and inscription in Latin MAXIMIALLA.
This coat of arms was ordered by the famous Russian artist Nikas Safronov special for Alla and Maxim.
Alla Pugacheva married for the fifth time. Her first husband was Mykolas Orbakas, the father of her daughter Kristina Orbakaite. Later she married film director Alexander Stefanovich, producer Eugene Boldin, and famous singer Philip Kirkorov.
Now Alla and Maxim became the parents of twins, who were born by a surrogate mother.
Pugacheva and Galkin met each other in July 2001 at the Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk. Maxim was already famous TV presenter of the program Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and known for his parodies. In August Maxim met Alla at the birthday party of the artistic director of the concert hall Russia Peter Shaboltay and invited her to the dance.
Two months later they realized that they love each other.
They are happy together.