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Russian Medvedeva’s “Daring Strap Dress” Post Reveals Mixed Feelings

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Russian female figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva, a silver medalist at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, who made a global splash by posting an anti-war message on her Instagram account. She has now made headlines by revealing “too bold in a string dress. She is too beautiful! Medvedeva has been inundated with comments of admiration, such as “Beautiful,” and “This is hot.

With the war still going on, what is her true state of mind… (from her Instagram)

About last night.”

In the post in which she commented on this, she showed a photo of herself enjoying a moment at a restaurant. Medvedeva was wearing a mature dress with a bold opening at the bust. Medvedeva is wearing an adult dress with a bold open bust and a jacket-like garment over it.

Medvedeva is resting one elbow and one breast on the table with a thump, looking enraptured. It’s a photo that fans can’t get enough of. What kind of night did Medvedeva spend after this?

Medvedeva, born in Moscow, Russia in 1999, father Armenian, mother Russian, started figure skating when she was three years old and won two consecutive World Championships in 2016 and 2017. She reigned as the undefeated absolute queen, but ended up with a silver medal at the PyeongChang Olympics as Alina Zagitova, who emerged like a comet, continued her rapid rise.

Medvedeva is also known for her love of Japanese anime and Ghibli movies. In particular, she is a big fan of “Sailor Moon,” and performed at Dream on Ice in 2016 in a Sailor Moon costume.

In the midst of all this, Medvedeva posted a text on her Insta that smacked of protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which caused a worldwide sensation. Medvedeva posted this black image using the Stories function on Instagram. On that black screen, she added the message, “Like a bad dream, I hope it all ends as soon as possible. While this drew praise from around the world, some people were concerned about whether he was in danger.

Medvedeva has since stopped making any statements about the war, but she did participate in the “Champions on Ice” tour, which was presided over by the famous leader Eteri Tutvelyse. In addition to Medvedeva, medalists such as Anna Scherbakova and Alina Zagitova participated in the event.

In Russia, where speech is regulated, it is difficult to speak one’s mind freely. However, fans will be happy to know that Medvedeva is safe, even in this way. However, the post also conveys a sense of melancholy, as if Medvedeva is not enjoying her life from the bottom of her heart. Or perhaps I am overthinking it.

In any case, I hope this war will soon be over and Medvedeva will be able to communicate freely.

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