Russian, Spanish and English are all evolved from proto-Indo-European which was the language spoken 5-10,000 years ago. Indo-European split into various language families including the Slavic languages, where we find Russian; the Romance languages, derived from Latin, where we find Spanish; and the Germanic languages where we find English.
Although English is a Germanic language, it has absorbed a lot of Romance language from Latin with the church and particularly Norman French. It was the incorporation of Norman French that changed English from Old English to Middle English. England had an input of Spanish in Tudor times when Henry VIII was married to Catherine of Aragon, Mary I married Philip of Spain, and Elizabeth I was courted by the Spanish and the French.