Share this article Share Married to Kristina's 34 year old father, retired Russian football star, Ruslan Pimenov, she is anxious to be seen as a responsible mother and to show that her daughter is a perfectly normal girl who happens to be stunningly beautiful with long honey blonde hair, piercing azure eyes and angelic facial features. And who has a rare talent as an iconic child model. Her portfolio from a remarkable six year 'career' is simply astonishing, including Vogue and Armani, yet critics see a dark side with one commentator branding a photo of her in shorts as 'creepy' while a male user wrote worryingly: Sitting in a fashionable Uzbek restaurant in the elite Krylatskoe district of Moscow, Glikeriya calmly sought to correct what she sees as the misplaced criticisms of her own motives, and her daughter's poses. At the time, her husband played for FC Metz. Glikeriya Pimenova, who runs her daughter's Facebook account and posts pictures of her, said people who attack the images as sexual have 'sick imaginations' and should see a doctor' Kristina's father Ruslan is 'very proud' of his daughter's modelling success Kristina has been modelling since the age of three and her astonishing career has seen her starring in adverts for Armani, Roberto Cavalli and Benetton Kristina's mother does not allow her to see the unfair comments about the pictures online as she wants to protect her from trolls 'Until the age of three we lived in France and I was astonished to see the amount of attention she attracted from people who saw her.
The neglected half-naked child called Lyubov - or Love - was dehydrated and sickly after her mother named Irina Garashchenko, 47, had been 'absent for days' from her noxious Moscow flat. The half-starved girl made a den amid the piles of stinking garbage infested with cockroaches. Scroll down for video The girl, pictured above with rescue workers and neighbours, was widely described by the Russian media as a 'Mowgli' but it was unclear if dogs or cats were present with her. The girl was widely described by the Russian media as a 'Mowgli' but it was unclear if dogs or cats were present with her. A necklace was ingrown into her skin and reports say she 'could not speak, only make sounds, and was not socialised'. She was offered water and 'drank two litres'.
Real-life 'Mowgli girl', five, found living up to her neck in cockroach-infested rubbish in Russia
What I loathe about Russian: But it got confusing fast. All of them are young men, but which word do I use to describe my year-old neighbor, and which one fits the college kid? My discovery: It apparently depends on the speaker.