One of the former emblematic characters in the show Love is in the meadow is in a very delicate situation. Didier, farmer in season 14, lives in great precariousness. The alarm bell has rung.
A story that we would like never to write. Didier, one of the most emblematic pawns in season 14 of Love is in the Meadow, is in a very delicate situation. Remember, this 56-year-old man had touched viewers with his very atypical love journey without having known any relationship, sexual or romantic. While the famous M6 dating show presented by Karine Le Marchand had allowed her to find the shoe that suited her in the form of Isabelle, the couple seemed to be living the perfect romance.
It must be said that Didier shortly after had asked his beautiful in marriage. But after two years of cohabitation, their story between the farmer and the counter at La Poste ended. Since then, the least we can say is that Didier has had a number of mishaps. And the latest can quickly become tragic. It was Zakia, one of the nominees for season 16 of Love is in the Meadow, who sounded the alarm. Former Swiss candidate Jean-Daniel wrote a post on his social network to warn of Didier’s great financial uncertainty.
Zakia: “Didier is in big financial trouble”
Here is what she wrote: “I allow myself to make this post so there is a mutual help which is organized around Didier of Love is in the Grassland of Season 14. He is in serious financial difficulties. Unfortunately, he can not afford to repair his home (frames, electricity, paint, etc.). I appeal to the generosity of everyone, individuals or companies, to help him. A cat will be opened. I will notify you as soon as I have more details. Thank you very much for him. “
Despite the mobilization to help him, Didier clearly does not seem out of the woods yet. According to information from La Dépêche, the latter is alive “in a house without heat, without insulation, with cracked walls and a broken basement despite state aid. Hope the farmer approaching the sixties succeeds in reversing the trend …
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