Olga Plachina is the splendid wife of Aldo Montano, mother of little Olimpia and expecting her second child
Olga Plachina is the wife of Aldo Montano and the woman who stole the sportsman's heart. Blond hair and doll face, she is a well known model and athlete in Russia. Born in 1997, Olga entered Aldo Montano's life in 2014 during the Sochi Winter Olympic Games. The two met thanks to a mutual friend and it was immediately love. At the time, the fencer had just returned from the end of the relationship with Antonella Mosetti to whom he had been linked for several years.
"Cupid was Katia, a mutual friend who introduced us – the sportsman told the weekly Chi some time ago -. Then, via text message, until she dropped me: she asked me to go on vacation together ”. Shortly after that magical first meeting, the couple got married in Siberia with a private ceremony, in the presence of very few friends and relatives. To crown their love came Olimpia, the eldest daughter of Aldo and Olga, whom they chose to name in honor of their passion for sport.
Very reserved and far from the spotlight, some time ago Olga surprised Aldo Montano with a declaration of love on TV on Domenica Live. "When I was away with my family for a month, you realized you loved me – he said in Barbara D’Urso's studio -: you flew to Moscow and organized a romantic dinner, and there you asked me to get married. You are everything to me: I have changed country and language for you. My love for you is very great, and it is equal to the love you feel for our little girl, towards whom you care more than me ".
Recently in an interview with the weekly magazine Chi, Aldo Montano announced the arrival of his second child. An immense joy for the couple who can't wait to expand their family. “My wife Olga and I are expecting the second child – he confessed -. It will be born in March and we are very happy. Our first daughter Olimpia had already changed our lives… now it will be turned upside down! ”. The sportsman had announced his farewell to fencing, but the Coronavirus epidemic changed his plans: "I would have liked to end my career last summer, since I'm 42 – he explained -, but I decided to compete in the Olympics 2021: Covid will not stop me next year ".