Luxury penthouse belongting to Putin’s ‘lovechild’ revealed

The Russian leader’s alleged lovechild lives a gated complex (Picture: Engel & Volkers/east2west news)

Pictures from inside the luxury home of Vladimir Putin’s ‘secret daughter’ have been revealed for the first time.

Luiza Rozova, 19, was ‘outed’ as the war leader’s illegitimate daughter in reports last year.

Her cleaner-turned-millionaire mum, Svetlana Krivonogikh, had been romantically linked to Putin in the late nineties and early noughties. 

The 47-year-old is now trying to rent out her luxury St Petersburg penthouse apartment, which is home to her and Rozova.

Photos released from estate agent Engel & Volkers show inside the extravagant home.

The listing also revealed that rent costs £7,700 a month, including assets.

A garage and special waiting room for drivers and security staff can be found on the ground floor. 

The first floor, which overlooks the River Neva, features a giant chandelier in the hallyway.

Bathroom in Svetlana Krivonogikh's luxurious flat in St Petersburg

The penthouse has three floors filled with expensive furniture (Picture: Engel & Völkers)

Bedroom of Svetlana Krivonogikh's luxurious flat in St Petersburg

A huge ornate bed takes up a large chunk of the second floor bedroom (Picture: Engel & Völkers)

Child's room in Svetlana Krivonogikh's luxurious flat in St Petersburg

Pictures of a peculiar ‘child’s room’ in the luxurious flat have also been shared (Picture: Engel & Völkers)

A flight of stairs then leads up to a giant gold-plated bedroom and a playroom.

More luxury comes on the third floor of the penthouse, where an Italian designer sun lounger ‘covered with gold foil’ sits alongside a home cinema.

The apartment is located at 2nd Berezovaya Alley, in an area known as the city’s ‘Golden Triangle’.

Pictures from the penthouse were revealed today as Putin’s proven daughters – geneticist Dr Maria Vorontsova and mathematician Katerina Tikhonova, were hit by tough sanctions.

The UK has joined EU and US sanctions against them in a bid to undermine their ‘lavish lifestyles’.

EU officials say Russian President Vladimir Putin?s daughters are included in a new package of sanctions targeting Russia

Katerina Tikhonova and Mariya Vorontsova will face tough restrictions from today (Picture: Rex)

Terrace of Svetlana Krivonogikh's luxurious flat in St Petersburg

The terrace of Svetlana Krivonogikh’s luxurious flat in St Petersburg (Picture: Engel & Völkers)

Bar in Svetlana Krivonogikh's luxurious flat in St Petersburg

A bar area complete with a ‘gold-foil’ chair and home cinema (Picture: Engel & Völkers)

Rozova, so far, has escaped a similar fate.

But it is thought many of her neighbours have been hit with sanctions.

Apartments in her complex belong to a whole slew of Putin’s known allies.

They include Vasily Shestakov, Arkady Rotenberg, Yuri Kovalchuk and Alexei Mordashov.

While neither Rozova or her mother were explicity named by Engel & Volkers’ advert, their living arrangements were previously revealed due to a leaked food order.

Details from a hacked food courier database showed deliveries had been made to Rozova.

BBC Russia then confirmed the link through registry papers.

Young woman identified as Vladimir Putin's third daughter, known as both Elizaveta Krivonogikh and Luiza Rozova

Speculation has long surrounded the socialite’s parentage (Picture: social media/e2w)

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on the development of agricultural and fishing industries via videoconference at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, April 5, 2022. (Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

Putin has two confirmed daughters by his ex-wife Lyudmila, the former Kremlin first lady (Picture: AP)

Last month, the 19-year-old closed her Instagram account after her comment section was flooded with insults describing her as ‘daughter of the devil’ and as a ‘war criminal’.

Another comment read: ‘She is guilty of passive complicity. It is the same as most of the Germans in the Nazi period.’

Prior to the war, the teenager ran her own Russian fashion label.

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