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Sofia Karkadym, a Ukrainian refugee who separated a British man from his family, has returned home

Sofia Karkadym has already published a photo from the town of Kolomyia in the Lviv region.

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Sophia Karkadym, 22, who was covered in the British tabloids after she separated the couple who sheltered her after fleeing the war in Ukraine, has returned home. The Daily Mail writes about this.

The girl has already published fresh photos from the town of Kolomyia in the Lviv region and said that “Ukraine needs peace, and so do I.”

Sofia had to return after after her British lover, 30-year-old security guard Tony Garnett left her. It happened after several scandals, when Tony even had to call the police.

Sofia Karkadym, a Ukrainian refugee who separated a British man from his family, has returned home

 Sofia Karkadym, a Ukrainian refugee who separated a British man from his family, returned home

After that, Sofia was forbidden to approach him, and she was forced to move into temporary housing from the house that Tony had rented for them. She hoped that Garnett would want to revive their romance, but he categorically refused.

Sofia Karkadym has already said that when she returned home, she saw the funeral of a Ukrainian soldier who died in the war with Russia and was “all in tears.”

She left Britain on Monday, and after a long journey by car, plane and train, her grandmother met her in Kolomyia. She will stay at home for a week before she travels to Kyiv, where her mother and sister live.

Sofia said she was “happy to be at home.” But she noted that her grandmother was against her going to the capital, because the danger that the Russian Armed Forces could attack Kyiv still remains.

“The situation here is unfavorable. People who say that half of Ukraine is safe have no real idea about it and cannot be sure. It is dangerous, and uncertainty reigns everywhere,” the girl said, noting that although she misses her British boyfriend, but now wants to get on with his life.

“I miss Tony very much, but I don't want to cry over him anymore. Even though the RF Armed Forces are still in my country, I felt better when came to Ukraine and was able to speak her native language,” Sofia said.

Tony Garnett himself, who accompanied Sofia to the airport and put her on a plane, said that the topic of his scandalous novel was closed.

< p>“I really don't want to say anything more about Sophia. I can say that I'm glad Sophia is safe in Ukraine. We are still friends. And I will be pleased to see her again if and when she returns,” said Garnett .

Talking about her affair with the Briton, Sofia Karkadym noted that they were all serious but she even planned a wedding, but it was not easy for her to find out that Tony Garnett had a vasectomy and could no longer have children after he had two children with Lorna.