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The star who rose to fame in her childhood looked fab in a black blouse and leggings teamed with a lemon trench coat and floral print booties.

Next to a fairly demure ensemble, the cool kicks gave the look a snazzy lift and caught our eye as Lindsay went about her business.

Because he’s only 22 years old, and he’s a Russian heir who lives in London, not exactly the kind of guy you expected Lindsay Lohan to end up with.

I mean, he’s not off the mark, I guess, but didn’t most of us see Lohan going a more “nightclub owner from Redondo Beach” direction?

Unfortunately, a private matter has become more public than I can control and I would be extremely grateful if my fiancé and myself could discuss our personal matters on our own.

The real estate mogul appeared on Lohan's account two weeks earlier when the actress shared a selfie with Tarabasov leaning into her shoulder.

Says Page Six’s source about Tarabasov’s father, “[he’s] a wealthy man who owns a construction firm and a couple of stores similar to Home Depot in the Moscow region, but he is no oligarch.” So, let’s not go nuts thinking Lindsay Lohan is flying helicopters to yachts and then flying those yachts to super-helicopters and then flying the super-helicopters up to one of those floating-aircraft-carrier things, which are real and hover over the French Riviera all spring and summer. It could easily have been a crooked stockbroker with a penthouse apartment in New Rochelle, is what I’m saying.

Or, heaven forbid, an Albanian gangster who keeps kidnapping an ex-C.

Lindsay Lohan has landed a mega-rich, Russian boyfriend ... Egor met Lindsay in London through a mutual friend.

He's a Russian heir to a business empire in Yeltsin land.

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