the fights she won

Weather host Évelyne Dhéliat has had a very difficult time. After battling cancer, she had to say goodbye to her husband Philippe Maraninchi. Despite all these struggles, she always kept her head high and always tried to move on.

If there is one personality on the small screen that the French know, it is Évelyne Dhéliat. She has been a weather host for more than 5 decades and has been running the service on TF1 for 20 years. She seduced the audience with her dynamism, her smile, her voice and her way of speaking.

Behind his pleasant face, however, the 73-year-old host hides rather deep wounds. If she can count on her loved ones going through difficult times, she has had to brave many hardships to find peace and serenity. Among the hardships she has endured is the loss of her soulmate and her husband.

Evelyne Dheliat at the Sidaction 2012 gala dinner at the Pavillon d’Armenonville in Paris | photo: Getty Images

For 53 years, Évelyne Dhéliat has heralded rain and good weather for millions of French people. Very playfully, she captivated her audience with her passion, her seriousness, but also by her delicacy. At the helm of the weather service TF1 for many years, she is very proud of her professional career.

In 2012, she was forced to leave her audience due to illness. Doctors had diagnosed him with cancer. The heavy struggle that followed, she had preferred to lead privately.

The channel, which had been deprived of its star representative for several months, had finally explained that the complainant’s absence was due to an operation common to thousands of women. Despite the fact that she had communicated relatively little about her illness, viewers had not hesitated to send her comforting messages.

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

After her return to the public stage, the septuagenarian had thanked her fans and declared herself very moved by all these letters. She also added that through all these letters she had understood that her fame could help many people.

She had taken the opportunity to advise all those who, like her, had to face the pain of illness. In fact, she had asked them not to withdraw from the world, not to dwell on their pain, but to continue working as much as possible.

Yet, despite this wise counsel, she had decided to go through this painful period without the help of a psychiatrist. She had not taken a sleeping pill either. According to her words, she inherited this character from her mother, who was “a pretty strong person”.

After overcoming the disease that was eating away at her, Évelyne Dhéliat was far from imagining that her life would change again. If accidents haunted her for 10 years, a terrible tragedy befell her five years after being diagnosed with her cancer.

Evelyne Dhéliat, selected to play a role in the English film “The 13 Fiancés of Fu Manchu”, in Paris, France, January 9, 1966 | photo: Getty Images

Victim of stroke on several occasions, Philippe Maraninchi, Évelyne Dhéliat’s husband, had breathed on April 11, 2017. His loss had completely ruined the beautiful blonde of the weather.

One of her relatives had also revealed that Philippe Maraninchi was not only her husband, he was “his pillar”, “his king”. So many words that testify to the depth of love she had for this man who was 10 years older than her.

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

Louis Bodin, for his part, had emphasized the couple’s discretion. He said the presenter did not trust her husband’s health condition. However, he had made it clear that he knew that Evelyne’s husband was not feeling very well.

Her husband’s disappearance had therefore come as a surprise to most of those who knew them. Philippe and she had a daughter. At the time of the latter’s birth, the presenter was only 21 years old.

How did she manage to overcome all the hardships that befell her every few years? Évelyne Dhéliat trusted:

“We all have struggles to fight in life, and I sincerely believe that every ordeal I have faced has made me stronger.”

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

This power she set in motion after her husband’s death. Despite the rift that opened beneath her feet as she lost the man of her life, she drew on her resources to continue living without him. A constant struggle.

If the month of April is a painful month for Évelyne Dhéliat because it reminds her of the loss of her husband, it is also a month filled with joy and merriment. It was actually during this month that the journalist was born. On April 19, 2022, she blew out her 74th candle, an opportunity to gather family and friends around the one who has been presenting the weather since August 30, 1991.

After more than 50 years of career, Évelyne Dhéliat is an undisputed master of her art. If there’s one thing she’s preserved since her debut on the small screen, it’s her form. But contrary to what one might imagine, her silhouette is not the result of intense sports.

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

In fact, she walks a lot. She prefers to return to her 5th floor apartment by going up the stairs instead of taking the elevator. What generally amuses his neighbors who do not hesitate to ask him if the elevator is broken.

The Septuagan does not skimp on his diet. She makes sure her meals are balanced without falling into excess. She lives mainly on fish, vegetables and fruits, but she has an aversion to sauces.

As for chocolates and desserts, she likes to take them without depriving herself. She believes that if she knew how to stay thin over the years, it is largely thanks to genetics, because her own mother was very thin.

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

As for the cosmetic surgery, which is loved by an ever-increasing number of stars, Évelyne Dhéliat confirmed that she has never used it, specifying with a touch of humor that she still has all the original parts.

Évelyne Dhéliat is not only a talented journalist, she is also a mother and grandmother. In fact, his daughter Olivia gave him two magnificent ones grandchildren. The latter, unlike their mother, are passionate about jobs related to television. They also have the great pleasure of accompanying their grandmother in the film studios.

Evelyne Dhéliat | photo: Getty Images

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