Tamara Galushka first spoke about her daughter's recent wedding with producer Konstantin Meladze.
Mother of the singer Vera Brezhneva, Tamara Galushka, first told the press about her famous daughter and her personal life. In an interview with 7days magazine, she said that she was always sure that Vera would be a great success. But nevertheless, when Tatyana found out about her daughter's participation in the group "VIA Gra", she began to worry if Vera would change the popularity and attention of fans. But after a while, the celebrity's mother was convinced that Brezhnev remained the same and did not contract the "star" disease. “My daughter turned out to be one of those strong people who are not blown away by the number of fans and fame. My Faith is the same as before: caring, fair, kind. She became even better - stronger and more self-confident,” Galushka admitted.
In addition, the singer's mother commented on her daughter's recent wedding with producer Konstantin Meladze and said that for her the most important thing is the happiness of her four daughters: the eldest Galina, the middle Vera and two younger twins Anastasia and Victoria. “It doesn’t matter who this person is or who he works for. The main thing is that my daughter is happy with him. And for me there is no such thing as "son-in-law". I always say that I have four daughters, four sons and seven grandchildren. Because the husbands of my daughters are also my children, I love them madly and am proud of them as my sons,” Tamara Vitalievna shared with the press.
Also, in a conversation with a journalist, Galushka touched on the topic of adopting a child, which Brezhneva herself had previously spoken about. “For some reason, I’m sure that if one of my daughters decides on such an act, then it will be Vera. I am calm about everything she does. If Vera decides that a child deprived of parental love will need our family, he will have it. We will all support her. This is a serious step, it requires responsibility and great dedication,” said the mother of the ex-soloist of the VIA Gra group.