Ready for part 2 of  Oksana Voevodina and Sultan Muhammad V’s love story?

A few weeks ago, the Russian beauty wrote about the first time she was introduced to the former Agong. She didn’t believed him at first and thought he was joking. So what happened after they became friends?

Source: Instagram

Oksana wrote:

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We continued our communication (…) by phone and called each other every day. We wanted to meet somewhere again very much. But that was not possible because of my modelling contracts. And we lived far away in different parts of the world. 

Moreover, one of (a) famous company for women’s clothing offered me a 1-year contract outside Russia. According to this contract, I had to move to New York. My future husband was very upset and asked me not to make any decision about that job before our meeting. 

Soon I received (an) invitation to visit Malaysia with my parents. So (I) went there with my mother. We were really fascinated by this country and had a great time all together. I will never the romantic evening when my future husband confessed that he (fell) in love with me from the first moment he saw me. He told me that he loved our conversations and would like me to become his wife. 

That was beginning of our love story. Now Malaysia is the native land of my son, and I am very happy when I look at our baby that I made the right choice that time.”

Source: Instagram

Will there be a part 3? We certainly hope so. Meanwhile, go ahead and admire her gorgeous bling on middle finger.

Update: 

Despite Rihana’s postings on Instagram, the Palace of Kelantan has vehemently denied most of her claims. The public are advised to not believe everything they read on social media and take it with a grain of salt.

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