THE Miss Moscow beauty queen who converted to Islam to wed the King of Malaysia previously romped in a swimming pool on a tacky reality TV show, it has been claimed.
Russian model Oksana Voevodina, 25, had a screen name Nikol on the programme five years ago, according to the country’s biggest newspaper.
The new first lady – who last week married monarch Muhammad V of Kelantan, 49 – has not commented on the claims highlighted by pro-Kremlin Komsomolskaya Pravda (KP).
“Previously she was not shy at all,” said a report today referring to a sizzling scene in the swimming pool hours after her first appearance on the set.
It added the “royal wife” clutched a Champagne glass as she “surprised the participants of a reality show by having sex on her first date.”
The newspaper says it had confirmation from male show participant Val Nikolsky that Oksana is the same person as “Nikol” – even though at the time she was known by another name, Ksenia Dyagileva.
The lurid show featured 11 young Russians thrust together at a luxury Sol de Occidente villa in Mexico belonging to Russian actress Zhanna Friske.
An advert for the programme said they “lived there making love to each other from time to time and emotionally discussing their relations”.
In her first hours “at the initiation ceremony the couple kissed each other for the first time, and soon they were spotted in the pool making love”, KP reported.
A contestant on the reality show said at the time: “Nobody will ever approach her now.”
KP said that “bloggers on social networks have spotted the amazing similarity of two beauties – Oksana Voevodina, the new wife of Malaysian king, and Ksenia Dyagileva, the ex participant of “Holidays in Mexico-2” reality show.
“It is true – the facial features, height and weight, education – all is the same.
“The same photographs were posted in the social accounts of both girls.
“Besides, the celebrity of this TV show Val Nikolsky has confirmed to KP that Oksana and Ksenia (Nikol) is the same person.”
In another clip she was caught romping with a different contestant in bed
Last week Voevodina wed the Malaysian monarch at a lavish royal wedding ceremony in Moscow.
The 49-year-old king was dressed in Malaysian national dress and the bride wore a white wedding gown. The reception was alcohol free and all food was halal.
Before becoming a royal bride she said: “When I was at school I was a kind of bandit. I liked some skaters, bikes, BMX, guys who took part in competitions.”
But she later commented: “I think that the man must be the head of the family and of course shall not earn less than a woman.”
Little is known about Oksana apart from her victory in the Miss Moscow contest three years ago when her vital statistics were given as 33-23-35.
It is not known how the pair met and it is unclear whether she has been married before.
Doctor’s daughter Voevodina was 22 in 2015 when she won the title of Miss Moscow.
Her dad Andrey Gorbatenko is an orthopaedic surgeon from Rostov-on-Don believed to be in his late 50s.
He is seen hugging her in a picture taken on a boat near the Kremlin as she wears her beauty crown.
She claimed she only realised the power of her looks when she went to university.
Oksana said: “I was the tallest in my class (at school) and the most slim, and I was a bit worried about that.
“Only when I was at university, did I realise that this was my strong side.
“Young guys started to pay attention and I realised that they looked at me more often than at fat and not very tall girls.”
Her mother was a beauty contestant in a local contest in Penza in the early 1990s soon after the collapse of the USSR.
The Malaysian head of state was educated at Oakham School in Rutland, England and St Cross College, Oxford University.
Later he attended the European Business School in London.
His heir is currently his younger brother Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra.
Source : The Sun