President Zelensky’s wife tells Piers Morgan how Putin's invasion has made her marriage stronger in TalkTV interview | The Sun

VOLODYMYR Zelensky's wife Olena told The Sun's Piers Morgan that Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine has brought the couple closer together.

Piers travelled to Kyiv for a world exclusive TalkTV sit-down chat with Ukraine's first couple – which will be shown tomorrow at 8pm.

Speaking together for the first time to international media, the Zelenskys opened up about their relationship since the Vladimir Putin's vicious attack on Ukraine.

The couple have been married for almost 20 years after first meeting while they were at school – and they have two children, a son Kyrylo and a daughter Oleksandra.

"I agree with the theory that marriage gets stronger with challenges. I think in our case it would be the same," she told Piers.

"We have become more interested in each other. I think in our case it will be the same story.


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"We have got something else to say to each other. That is why I wish that this challenge can make us more united.”

In the first clip to be shown from the hour-long interview, she asked her husband: “What do you think about it?”

Watch TalkTV tonight on Sky 526, Virgin Media 627, Freeview 237, Freesat 217 or on Fox Nation in the US.

“My answer wouldn’t be different,” he added.

Olena joked: “You should have your own opinion about it?”

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With a smile, he added: “When you are next to me, your opinion has priority. What I would say, I don't have any other experience? I’ve got only one wife and I am happy.”

The couple also told Piers in tomorrow's 8pm interview about the ongoing war effort and the brutal cost to their family and to the whole of Ukraine.

And they will give their thoughts on ruthless tyrant Putin, along with Britain's outgoing PM and friend of Ukraine, Boris Johnson, as they appear together on TalkTV.

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After the interview, Olena tweeted: "Trials make us stronger, spending time with people like Piers Morgan makes us wiser.

"Thank you for the wonderful conversation and the opportunity to look at myself from unexpected perspectives."

Ukraine continues to mount a valiant defence against the the much larger Russian invading force – being supported with weapons and aide from a Western effort being led by Britain.

Piers travelled to Kyiv for an audience with the couple and he earlier moderated, at the invitation of the First Lady, the Second Summit of First Ladies and Gentlemen on Saturday.

The interview will mark a special week of programming on TalkTV -Piers Morgan Uncensored in Ukraine.

It will also feature another world exclusive interview with Wladmir and Vitali Klitschko speaking about the horrors of the war – which has been raging since February.

Piers took a 12-hour nighttime train journey into Kyiv where he arrived or the summit on Saturday.

He explained: “The world must not and cannot move on from Ukraine. That’s why I’m going there.”

He added at first he felt safe and normal in Kyiv but the constant sirens are a tense reminder of the ongoing war being raged by Russia.

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Ukraine is continuing to push back against Russia, making good use of new US-made Himars missiles systems to stall Putin's advance and blitz his bases.

Russia is now estimated to have lost nearly 40,000 troops in the grinding war – but Kyiv continues to face an uphill struggle as Russia has vowed to not stop until they oust President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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