A Russian Beauty queen who married a Malaysian king has revealed new photos of their son, as she reveals the couple's whirlwind romance.
Ex-Miss Moscow Oksana Voevodina, 27, has taken to Instagram to proclaim her son as the 'future King of Malaysia' and details of how the couple met.
The couple are living in Malaysia, where her husband Sultan Muhammad V rules over the province of Kelantan despite his abdication from the throne in January.
She last posted a picture with her husband on July 6 - and is also seen pushing a pram with her baby in a Malaysian palace.
Oksana posted this picture of her pushing her son Leo in his pram in a Malaysian palace last month, writing: 'Leo eats every 2.5 - 3 hours, he sleeps good, especially when it is fresh air outside and he enjoys cuddling very much. Actually he is wonderful and very calm child'
Oksana shared this image on her Instagram early in June, writing: 'Family and children are the most important things in this life. Take care of each other'
In one post she wrote warmly: 'In May 2019, I gave birth to our son Ismail Leon, Inshallah His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Kelantan and, Inshallah, the future King of Malaysia.'
In Russia the most recent story was the same day in Izvestia headlined: 'Russian wife of ex-king of Malaysia told how she got acquainted with husband'.
She has expressed love for her husband and gave no clues that problems in the relationship - rumoured earlier in the Russian media while she was pregnant - had resurfaced.
Oksana shared this image with her arms draped around Sultan Muhammad V and writing in the caption about how they first met in Spring 2017
In several recent Instagram snaps she told new details of the 'romantic' story of her meeting with her husband, British-educated Sultan Muhammad V of Kelantan who she wed in a surprise Moscow ceremony last November.
'We met in spring 2017 in Europe,' she said. 'At that time I cooperated with our common friend jeweller Jacob Arabo. After the event, we went for dinner, where I met a man, and he introduced himself as king of Malaysia.
'I took it as a joke and joked back that I was also the queen of Moscow. We talked all evening and exchanged phone numbers. Soon news appeared about the appointment of the king, who was my new friend…'
On July 6 she wrote: 'We continued our communication with my future husband by phone and called each other every day. We wanted to meet again somewhere very much.
'But that was not possible because of my modelling contracts. And we lived far away in different parts of the world.
'Moreover one of the very famous companies for women's clothing offered me a one-year contract outside Russia.'
This would take her to New York, she said.