The lavish lifestyle and anti-war message of Roman Abramovich’s daughter Sofia

Sofia Abramovich is the third child of billionaire Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and she moved to England from Russia in 2003 after her oligarchic father bought the football club

Sofia regularly shares updates of her luxurious life on social media

Her father may have been banned from traveling, but Roman Abramovich’s daughter Sofia regularly shares glamorous updates on her lavish life abroad.

The billionaire oligarch’s daughter appears to be enjoying a luxurious lifestyle – but it’s unknown how that might play out following her father’s sanctioning.

She is reported to be moving between two mansions in London and an £18million country mansion in West Sussex – but those properties are now being frozen.

While Abramovich’s family is not directly affected by sanctions, officials believe they will find it practically difficult to live in properties he owns.







Roman Abramovich with his daughter Sofia at a Chelsea game
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The government has not disclosed what will happen to housekeepers or gardeners already on the property, or if the locks can or will be changed.

But he can’t rent it out or sell it, pay a cleaner to come and clean it, or pay an electric company to turn the lights on or off.

Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich has been sanctioned for his ties to Vladimir Putin after the Russian president invaded Ukraine.

Sofia, 27, moved to England with her family from Russia in 2003 after her oligarchic father bought the football club.

She drew attention earlier this month after hitting Putin over invading Ukraine.







Sofia was sometimes taken to school by helicopter
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Her billionaire father was recently sanctioned
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Taking to social media, she said it was “Kremlin propaganda” to claim that “most Russians are behind Putin” over his decision to start a war with Ukraine.

“The Kremlin’s biggest and most successful propaganda is that most Russians are behind Putin,” her Instagram Story post reads.

As one of the billionaire’s seven children, she regularly shares photos on Instagram that reflect her love of glamorous holidays abroad, her horses and snaps from the family’s £18million Sussex estate.

She is believed to be a Russian citizen and has previously represented the country in show jumping competitions.

Her current UK visa status is unknown but it is believed that the time she has spent permanently in the UK could mean she has the right to remain in the country.







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Sofia loves her horses
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Sofia grew up in Sussex but attended private schools in London with her older siblings Anna and Arkadiy, with fees reportedly going up to £40,000 a year.

Her lavish lifestyle reportedly involved getting to school by helicopter from her Sussex country house – with a chauffeured car waiting to meet her at the helipad to complete the journey.

Sofia is said to have been chauffeured in a bulletproof Range Rover on her daily trip to her university.







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Irina keeps a tight grip on her daughter
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Sofia regularly shares snaps from her jet setting on Instagram, with the latest pictures showing her on the beach in the Caribbean.

Meanwhile, her 18th birthday celebration was a special one – at Chelsea nightclub Under The Bridge, with performances from Scouting For Girls and McBusted.

She often shares pictures of herself in the stable and has competed around the world.

It was previously reported that her father spent an estimated £500,000 on one of her horses after it won first prize in its class at the International Horse Show in Olympia.

Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK government today, putting Chelsea’s long-term future in question.

The planned sale of the club by the Russian-Israeli billionaire is now stalled, but could still go through if the government issues a license.

Abramovich would have to prove that he would not benefit from the sale in order to meet the terms of a possible license, it said.

The 55-year-old has pledged to donate all monies raised from a Chelsea sale to a new foundation benefiting victims of the Russian war in Ukraine.

Secretary of State Liz Truss said in a statement published on the government’s website that they had targeted the oligarchs to “increase pressure on the Putin regime and choke off funds for its brutal war machine.”

She said: “With your close ties to Putin, you are complicit in his aggression.

“The blood of the Ukrainian people is on their hands. They should hang their heads in shame.”

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