Carinne Teyssandier divorced: she is still (very) close to her ex!

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Faced with all kinds of hardships in “Fort Boyard”, Carinne Teyssandier lived one of the hardest in real life: the break with her husband Jérémy Augereau. Parents of a little girl, the two exes nevertheless continue to maintain a relationship of the most fusional…

Married in 2014, Carinne Teyssandier and Jérémy Augereau became parents of little Charlie-Rose in 2013. While nothing predicted a possible break between them, the journalists ended their marriage as announced by the former host of Eight chances to change everything to journalists from TV Star in February 2022. However, the two ex-spouses have remained surprisingly close, both literally and figuratively. “We are separated but we live 50 meters from each other“, she had thus confided to our colleagues.

For ever

Very attached to her ex-husband, the journalist recently sent him a declaration of love on Instagram. In the caption of a video revealing many shots of their wedding published on June 16, 2022, she wrote: “It was 10 years ago to the day. Forever a companion in life; no matter how and no matter what“. If they are however separated, the former spouses therefore seem to be still very closely linked.

A godsend for little Charlie-Rose who can see her mom and dad just as much. “She wants to set up her DIY YouTube channel. With two cups and a board, she is able to make you a coffee table or a lounge chair for her Barbies…“said Carinne Teyssandier who recognized that she was a gaga mother in front of her daughter with whom she could not be authoritarian and with whom she had a lot”hard to say no“.

In any case, it is difficult to know when the couple separated, but they still seemed together at the time of the legal scandal in which they were involved in 2017. Sentenced to six months in prison suspended and a fine of 5,000 euros each for having made their Mauritian governess Joanne Dimba recruited in 2014 work illegally for eight months, she had told the Parisian had to work”without counting his days and for a pittance“. The couple, who had been ordered to pay him 35,000 euros, had received the support of a famous cook.

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