THESE are the haunting last moments of an anxious passenger and his Russian model wife moments before they were killed in the devastating Ethiopian Airlines plane crash. Ekaterina Polyakova and husband Alexander Polyakov were among the 157 people on board the doomed flight as it crashed minutes after taking off. Seven Brits were also among the passengers on the plane that left Addis Ababa over the weekend. In tragic footage, Russian Ekaterina and Alexander, both 28, could be seen waiting to board the flight. The couple, from Moscow, had a one-and-a-half hour transfer in the Ethiopian capital before flying for a dream holiday to Kenya. The post was captioned: “1.5 hour transfer and we are flying to Kenya”, showing Alexander smiling nervously as he waits for the flight. Another video shows the couple evidently on a stopover in Kuala Lumpur before flying to Addis Ababa. Ekaterina – who had worked as a model in her native Taganrog before moving to Moscow – said: “So we finally got to the summer. “Hi to all winter people. We’re sending you the sun. “The sun of Asia, there, to the Russian winter. Cooold… Aaaa!” The couple, who both worked for Russia’s largest financial… Read full this story
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