Audrey Crespo-Mara recounts the complicated beginnings of her love affair with Thierry Ardisson: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

Recurring face of TF1, where she officiates in the show Seven to eight, Audrey Crespo-Mara has been a very close couple with Thierry Ardisson for more than 10 years now. Used to interviewing personalities in her shows, such as Bernard Tapie, the journalist in turn took part in the interview game on March 20, 2021 on RFM. Asked by Bernard Montiel, Audrey Crespo-Mara has delivered like never before on her love affair with the former host of C8, the cost of which was colossal. A romance that had rather complicated beginnings. In fact, Audrey Crespo-Mara and Thierry Ardisson were both already in a relationship for several years when they met.

The journalist thus confided to Bernard Montiel that she had not taken the decision to separate from Aliou Mara, the father of her two children, lightly. "Like all couples who have children, when life leads us to divorce, it is not done with a happy heart. It is because we are afraid, me like all mothers in the world, of destroying our children. We think, we want to protect our children at all costs. There was this question there for me that was major, " indicated the joker of Anne-Claire Coudray to the JT of TF1. "At the same time, we couldn't live without each other and it's been eleven years so we weren't wrong. I think we made the right choices and I get along divinely well with the father of my children so everything is fine, everything is fine, " added Audrey Crespo-Mara.

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The one who always receives many declarations of love from her husband also mentioned the possibility of working alongside him one day. "Why not? If the opportunity presents itself … His mother would love for us to work together for a long time," she confessed on the air. Finally, Audrey Crespo-Mara revealed that Thierry Ardisson, mainly known for his unfiltered interviews, is not at all the same outside of the television sets. "People have the image of a provocative man but he is also someone in life who is extremely sensitive, hyper sensitive," said the journalist.

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