The next contest miss France will be rich in novelties! And it was Alexia Laroche-Joubert, the chair of the committee, who orchestrated these countless changes. As a reminder, some selection criteria are now over. There is no longer an age limit for example. And that’s not all. Now mothers can also try their luck. You don’t have to be single anymore.
“’Single’, I found that absurd, a bit ridiculous. And it’s true that I authorized mothers. It’s something that is disputed, eh, by Miss France who say it’s extremely complicated, and I’m aware of that…”, confessed Alexia Laroche-Joubert at the microphone ofEuropean 1 this Thursday, August 4 in the show Summer club. The opportunity for her to lift the veil on her personal situation.
“It’s not up to us to organize your life…”
In 2003, the producer lost her first husband, Yan-Philippe Blanc, in a motorcycle accident. At the time, their daughter named Solveig was just 1 year old. “Me, I was widowed at 30, I raised my second almost alone, so I consider that I made a career while being a single mother. You have to know how to organize yourself very well. added Alexia Laroche-Joubert. “On the other hand, to each woman who presents herself with a child, we say to them: ‘It is not up to us to organize your life, so you will have to organize your life'”.
Last June for Galathe main interested party had already mentioned the subject. “I started a difficult career myself with two children that I am raising alone. The first because the dad died, the second because the father (Guillaume Multrier, editor’s note) does not live in Paris”, had she revealed to our colleagues and to conclude: “When the eldest was a baby, I produced a program in Nice and it was her father who looked after her. So I did not see myself banning the competition for mothers, but there is one condition: the national regulations tell them that we will not adapt our schedule to theirs”.
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