This Monday, March 28, M6 broadcasts the second episode of the new season of Gift at First Sight. Viewers will thus discover Émilie, a young woman on a painful journey. On the eve of the broadcast of the show, she confided in her subscribers in an Instagram story.
A mother trying to rebuild herself. This Monday, March 28, the public will meetEmily in the second section of Married at First sight. A beautiful 34-year-old mother with a painful personal story.
In fact, for two years the wealth management adviser experienced one love story with the father of her little girl Lina. Corn when she was four months pregnant, he left her overnight, after learning that their baby may be suffering from an illness. A terrible ordeal for Émilie, who therefore had to continue her pregnancy on her own. But five months after the birth of her baby girl, who is in perfect health, the beautiful brunette decided to attend Married at First sight. Although she was starting to get better at that point, she explained to her Instagram followers the day before the episode aired that she was not yet fully recovered from this emotional shock.
Emilie: “It’s a real exercise for me to relive all that”
“I watched the episodes prior to Salto and it’s really hard for me to go through all that again because I was 20 kilos heavier. During my pregnancy I had gained 25 kilos and it is not having kilos in itself that bothers me, it is due. it’s kilos that I took with pain. I was crushed. So it’s a real exercise for me to relive all that. It worries me a little because it’s a period of my life where I was in reconstruction. “Émilie entrusted a story addressed to her community.
The young mother has lost her extra pounds today, but it remains to be seen if she has found love again in Married at First sight. As revealed by Télé-Loisirs, the experts found him as a partner who was compatible with her at 84%, in the form of Frédérick, a 40-year-old real estate agent. Like Emilie, he also had a difficult life because his daughter neither speaks nor walks. She also had to be admitted to a specialized institute abroad due to her epileptic seizures.
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