Not Every Lady Is As Sexy As Croatian President Who Cheers Her Country To Victory Over Russia

Croatia’s first ever female president, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, has been praised by fans across the globe for personally attending her country’s quarter-final victory over Russia.
The Balkan nation’s leader was seen celebrating in front of the Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev and in the players’ changing rooms after they knocked the hosts out on penalties.
Grabar-Kitarovic was born on April 29, 1968 in Rijeka in the Croatian part of Yugoslavia.
The Croatian president, 50, signed up to a student exchange programme while at school, spending a year at Los Alamos High School in New Mexico.
She later studied in Zagreb, Vienna, Washington DC and Havard, before completing her doctoral studies in her home country three years ago.
Grabar-Kitarovic is fluent in Croatian, English, Spanish and Portuguese, while she has some understanding of German, French and Italian.
Grabar-Kitarovic became the fourth President of Croatia in February 2015, the first woman to do so.
She has held multiple positions since joining the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) in 1993, starting out as an adviser to the Foreign ministry.
Following her studies in Washington DC, Grabar-Kitarovic returned to the Balkan country, joining their parliament.
Prior to becoming president, she worked as a Croatian Ambassador to the United States and as Assistant Secretary General of NATO before being elected by beating the current head of state Ivo Josipovic.
Kolinda Grabar married Jakov Kitarovic in 1996 with whom she had two children.
Her daughter, 17-year-old Katarina, is a junior national champion figure skater; while the couple’s son, Luka, was born in 2003.
Mr. Kitarovic was a part of a scandal while his wife was serving in Washington DC in 2010, having been spotted using an embassy car for private purposes.
Despite Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic claiming she works 24 hours a day, she paid the expenses for Jakov’s unauthorised use of the vehicle.
Source: The SUN