Princess Michael from Kent once dated Russian millionaire Mikhail Kravchenko who was found gunned down n his car, but why was he killed? Was he involved with someone’s wife? Who killed him/ what do we know about Mikhail? How to Buy Property with No Money and Bad Credit
67 year-old Princess Michael of Kent whose name is Baroness Marie Christine Anna Agnes Hedwig Ida von Reibnitz has been married to Prince Michael since 1978, back in 2006 she caused quite a controversy not because she might have made an scandalous comment but because she was seen holding hands with Mikhail Kravchenko a Russian millionaire, furniture tycoon and a very handsome, much younger man, she denied being romantically involved with Mikhail but said they were very good friends, as for the hand holding thing she said she hold hands with all of her friends.
And not that people were mad about seeing her with Kravchenko it seems the the Prince himself might have gotten a young girlfriend of his own.
Well then nobody knows for certain if the princess had an affair with Mikhail but we want to know about him and how and why was he killed, right?
Let’s begin with Kravchenko’s biography.
Born Mikhail Kravchenko on March 25th, 1966 (46 yrs) in Balkhash, Region of Karaganda in Russia. Graduated in Economics from Moscow State University in 1994. From 1995 to 2000 he served at the University’s Deputy General Director, the following year he was a General Director at Furniture Factory in March 8 and Senior Consultant at Martha Furniture Factory. He lost his wife Svetlana and daughter Maria in a car accident in 2001.
Mikhail Kravchenko was driving his Mercedes to his home in the village of Peredelkino on May 20th at about 3:00 a.m when a car with two men blocked his way, the men exit the car opening fire to Kravchenko who was shot him five times in the chest, his killers then dragged him out of the car and shot him one more time in the head.
While no can confirm the reason of his murder it is believed that he might gotten into debts while the the 2008 recession or the attempt to seize the company, employees at the factory said the following about him..
“He never refused to help anyone. “Despite his busy schedule … he would stop at the factory in the evening to walk around and talk with the workers.”