Kamila Valieva
- Rate us if you are a Food Lover (Sugarzam.com)

Russian figure skater, dancer, businesswoman, and social media personality Kamila Valieva (also known as Kamila Valeryevna Valieva) is also known. Kamila Valieva has a net worth of $2 million as of 2022.

Kamila Valieva won the 2021 Rostelecom Cup, the 2021 Skate Canada International, the 2022 European Championship, the 2022 Russian National Championship, and the 2021 Russian National Silver Medal. In terms of the women’s short program, free skating, and overall scores, Valieva now holds the world record. Throughout her career, she has broken nine world records.

Bio, And Education

Kamila, who was born on April 26, 2006, will be 16 years old in 2022. She currently resides in Moscow, Russia, despite having been born in Kazan, Russia. She is a Christian and belongs to the Russian nationality.

In Russia, she completed her education at a local high school. Early on, her mother enrolled her in gymnastics, ballet, and figure skating lessons. She was motivated by Nathan Chen, a well-known skater. She then started concentrating on her skating career.

Name Kamila Valieva
Full Name Kamila Valeryevna Valieva
Net Worth $2 Million
Date of Birth 26 April 2006
Age 16 Years Old
Birth Place Kazan, Russia
Currently, Live In Moscow, Russia
Profession Russian Figure Skater, Dancer, Entrepreneur, and Social Media Personality
Nationality Russian
Religion Christian
Ethnicity Volga Tatar Descent
Hometown Russia
Zodiac Sign Taurus
School/High School Local High School in Russia
Education Qualification High School

Relationship Status, And Family

Her mother Mrs. Asu Valieva is a stay-at-home mom, while Kamila’s father Mr. Valieva is an entrepreneur.

She grew up in Russia with her cousins. Her parents only had one child, her. At a very young age, she made her parents happy.

Her marital status of single. She appears to be single and is not currently dating anyone. She hasn’t disclosed anything about it to the public or on social media. Since it was her first time attending the Winter Olympics, she concentrated on her profession and the games.