British supermodel Naomi Campbell is ready to change her religion. The Black Panther made up such a decision for the sake of her wound-be husband, one of the world’s wealthiest men, Russian oligarch Vladislav Doronin. It was Doronin’s tough condition to Naomi, the newspaper Zhizn reports.
The supermodel has always been interested in religion. She studied the cultures of many nations of the world. Western media repeatedly reported that the model was fond of witchcraft and was namely exploring the cult of kandoble – the Brazilian version of voodoo. The magic is widely practiced among the black population of Brazil’s Bahia.
Vladislav Doronin, whose fortune is evaluated at some $1.8 billion, offered Naomi to change her religious affiliation about a week ago. It happened only several days before Naomi publicly said that she was ready to get married.
According to the newspaper, Campbell will wed the Russian oligarch during the upcoming several months. The couple has been together for about six months. Naomi Campbell has become a frequent guest in Moscow recently. Vladislav is very generous when it comes to gifts to his fiancé. He has recently presented Naomi with a necklace adorned with 142 diamonds.
The story of Naomi Campbell and Vladislav Doronin’s relationship reminds a nice fairytale. The model met the oligarch in May during the Film Festival in Cannes. Supermodels’ acquaintances said that it was love at first sight. The model’s closest friends were soon invited for a party on board Doronin’s luxury yacht in Saint Tropez. The oligarch threw the party to celebrate the end of Naomi’s punishment for the scandal at London’s Heathrow Airport.
Afterwards, Vlad and Naomi visited the dinner party in London to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Nelson Mandella. Doronin wanted to buy his girlfriend a bronze figurine in the shape of Mandella’s hand for 1.7 million pounds during an auction hosted by Hollywood star Will Smith. The model eventually asked Vlad to stop and reportedly whispered to wire the money to Nelson Mandella’s foundation.
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