Cindy Fabre: why the director of the Miss France committee does not want to live in Paris

Cindy Fabre: why the director of the Miss France committee does not want to live in Paris

This Saturday, November 5, the show 50′ insideon TF1, devoted one of its reports to Cindy Fabre. The new director of the Miss France committee, who lives in a house in Dijon, with her son, explained why she had made the categorical choice not to live in Paris.

Since the beginning of September, Cindy Fabré is the new director general of the Miss France committee. The 37-year-old young woman, who thus replaced Sylvie Tellier at the head of the beauty pageant, is therefore back in the light after some years far from the media radar. Between his new role and her life as a motherthe one who was elected Miss France in 2005a year after being crowned Miss Normandy, has a busy schedule. This is why it is so important for her to be able find your haven of peace, in Dijonas soon as she can.

The former beauty queenwhich was one of the portraits of 50′ insideon TF1, this Saturday, November 5, unveiled her house, where she lives with his son, Elio, 10 years oldborn of his former love with his ex-companion, Jean-Marc. Cindy Fabré explained in particular why she felt so good there and why she would certainly not see herself moving to Paris. “I love this city, it allows me to recharge my batteries after all these trips and to keep a certain emotional stabilityhas indicated the collaborator of Alexia Laroche-Joubert. “And then I also needed to stay in touch with people, with a universe that is familiar to meshe added, specifying that her decision to live in Dijon, and not in the capital, was for her, but also for her son.

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Always with our colleagues from TF1, Cindy Fabré returned to the day she was crowned Miss France, almost eighteen years ago. A very emotional moment for her, so much so that she had, at the time, makes a total blackout. “It was a tsunami. I was crying with emotion, I was crying with fear, because I was young”she first confided, before indicating that she had “cried for a week” after her election. “I had a hard time getting over it. Besides, I really have a black hole from that period”also confessed the former Miss Francebefore concluding : “Then, afterwards, we understand, we fall back on our feet thinking that it’s a great adventure.”

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.

Photo credits: Capture TF1

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