First Lady of Russia

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First Lady of the
Russian Federation
Incumbent
Vacant

since June 6, 2013
Residence Kremlin Senate
Inaugural holder Naina Yeltsina
Formation June 12, 1991

First Lady of the Russian Federation is the unofficial title given[by whom?] to the wife of the President of Russia. The post is highly ceremonial.[citation needed] The First Lady position is currently vacant, since the divorce of the incumbent President Vladimir Putin and Lyudmila Putina.

First Ladies of Russia

This is a list of the post-Soviet era First Ladies of the Russian Federation. To view the list of the first wife of the Soviet Union and the Russian Empire to watch: Spouses of the heads of state of the Soviet Union and List of consorts of the Russian Empire.

Portrait Name Marriage Period President
1 Naina Yeltsina (cropped).jpg Naina Yeltsina
(née Girina)
Born: (1932-03-14) March 14, 1932 (age 86)
September 28, 1956 July 12, 1991 – December 31, 1999 [1] Boris Yeltsin
2 Lyudmila with Putin Lyudmila Putina
(née Shkrebneva)
Born: (1958-01-06) January 6, 1958 (age 60)
July 28, 1983[2] May 7, 2000 – May 7, 2008 Vladimir Putin
3 Svetlana Medvedeva Portrait.jpg Svetlana Medvedeva
(née Linnik)
Born: (1965-03-15) March 15, 1965 (age 53)
December 24, 1993[3] May 7, 2008 – May 7, 2012 Dmitry Medvedev
4 Lyudmila with Putin Lyudmila Putina
(née Shkrebneva)
Born: (1958-01-06) January 6, 1958 (age 60)
July 28, 1983 May 7, 2012 – June 6, 2013[4] Vladimir Putin
- Vacant Since June 6, 2013

References

  1. ^ Boris Yeltsin was the first President of Russia elected by popular vote.
  2. ^ Lyudmila Shkrebneva (Putina) - Rodovid
  3. ^ Biography of Svetlana Medvedeva
  4. ^ Putin has divorced his wife
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