Marianna Podgourskaya is a Ukrainian blogger and influencer who is receiving online abuse as a result of Russian allegations that she was a crisis actor in the bombing of the Mariupol maternity hospital. Here's all you need to know about the pregnant mother.

A Ukrainian pregnant beauty influencer has been attacked online after Russia falsely claimed she was a crisis actor in Wednesday's bombing of a maternity hospital in Mariupol.

Marianna Pdgourskaya is a successful beauty blogger with a massive 47k Instagram following.

Her main focus, according to her Instagram bio, appears to be haircare, and it's clear that she knows what she's talking about when it comes to her lovely blond locks.

She also advises on make-up, skincare, and other topics.

The influencer appears to be in high demand, with numerous advertisers contacting her to promote their products.

Who Is Marianna Podgourskaya?

Marianna Podgourskaya is one of the women who was photographed after Russia bombed a maternity unit in Mariupol, Ukraine, on March 10.

As she was being recovered from the devastation, the young, a heavily pregnant woman was seen wearing maternity pajamas.

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Another image showed the expectant mother wrapped under a blanket with dried blood on her face.

The Russian embassy claimed Mariana was a crisis actor after the bombing became public knowledge.

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Marianna Podguskaya was named in a series of tweets by the Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom on Thursday, after a photograph of her fleeing with blood on her face made international headlines.

The blogger was wearing some very realistic make-up, according to the embassy, and she was not in the hospital at the time of the strike.

Podguskaya's Instagram account, which has roughly over 60k followers, has been inundated with abusive messages after the embassy's claims were disproved by various journalists.

Her most recent Instagram photo received over 25k comments at the time of publication.

Some commenters accused her of participating in a "shameless" photo session.

The majority of these comments were written in Russian.

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Others, on the other hand, wished her a "calm birth" and encouraged her to "stay strong." They also left blue and yellow heart emojis of sunflowers in the comments, which have come to symbolize Ukrainian resistance.

Meanwhile, on Thursday, Ukrainian human rights campaigner Oleksandra Matviichuk tweeted about Podgurskaya's online bullying and asked for others to send her "words of encouragement."