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For, as Ivan, 26, sorts final preparations for this weekend's nuptials to his sweetheart, there are rumours Natalia may have found comfort elsewhere - in the arms of a man better known as the 'Bad Boy of Ballet'.
New pictures of Natalia and her current on-stage partner Sergei Polunin, who once walked out on a performance at the London Coliseum where she now stars, having earlier stormed out of the Royal Ballet, have set tongues wagging in the dance world. : Pictures like this of Sergei Polunin and Natalia Osipova have set tongues wagging that they are ballet's newest power couple - and it doesn't seem like they are keen to put the rumours to rest Recent pictures show Sergei, 25, and Natalia with their hands entwined as they pose for a group photo in London, while the couple also drew plaudits for their 'intimate' performance together in Giselle at La Scala in April.
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The off-the-record gatherings were an outgrowth of her regular staff meetings, which were scheduled for an hour but often went for two or three and into the evening.