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Flavie Péan: the interpreter of Victory in Plus belle la vie married Arthur Jugnot


This Saturday, June 25, Flavie Péan and Arthur Jugnot got married. Indeed, the two lovebirds said yes for life.

This is a union that few people imagined. Flavie Péan known for her role in More beautiful life, married Arthur Jugnot, the son of the famous actor. This Saturday, June 25, 2022, the two lovebirds said yes for life, in all discretion, since very few pictures have leaked on social networks. Fortunately, one of the guests, Julien Personnaz shared a snapshot on which we can see the two bride and groom side by side.

The two actors have never considered their couple. Since 2014, Arthur Jugnot and Flavie Pean share their daily life. They even played together, in Father or Son, Left when exiting the elevator or Saint-Exupéry – The Mystery of the Aviator. If the two lovebirds live the great love, it is only in 2020, that the fans of the actor had learned that the son of Gérard Jugnot had separated from Cécilia Cara. But that does not mean that between the two, the tensions are palpable. Indeed, the young woman had confided in Here Paris: “We get along very well and we have rebuilt our lives. With Arthur, we lived a very great love story and we were both smart enough to ensure that it ended well” .

Flavie Péan, ousted from Plus belle la vie

From a professional point of view, Flavie Péan had been greatly affected by her ousting of More beautiful life : “I myself was disturbed by the end of the plot”, she confided Tele-Leisure. But now the actress had participated in a parody of the soap opera, Greenland on Canal +, titled More beautiful life Auchan. For some it is because of this that she was fired from the series. “Honestly, I don’t know! But, according to them, this parody had no influence on the end of my plot. My character, emotionally fragile, could have slipped into depression for a long time. It’s a delicate subject, which was easier to deal with with a secondary character.”

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Flavie Pean
Flavie Péan, known for her role in Plus belle la vie, married Arthur Jugnot, the son of the famous actor.

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Arthur Jugnot
This Saturday, June 25, 2022, the two lovebirds said yes for life, in all discretion, since very few pictures have leaked on social networks.

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Flavie Péan and Arthur Jugnot
Fortunately, one of the guests, Julien Personnaz shared a snapshot on which we can see the two bride and groom side by side.

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Arthur Jugnot
The two actors have never considered their couple.

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Flavie Pean
Since 2014, Arthur Jugnot and Flavie Péan share their daily life.

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Arthur Jugnot
They even played together, in Father or Son, On the left when leaving the elevator or Saint-Exupéry – The Mystery of the Aviator. If the two lovebirds live the great love, it is only in 2020, that the fans of the actor had learned that the son of Gérard Jugnot had separated from Cécilia Cara.

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Arthur Jugnot
But that does not mean that between the two, the tensions are palpable.

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Arthur Jugnot
Indeed, the young woman had confided in Here Paris: “We get along very well and we have rebuilt our lives. With Arthur, we lived a very great love story and we were both intelligent enough to make so that it ends well”.

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Flavie Pean
From a professional point of view, Flavie Péan had been greatly affected by her ousting from Plus belle la vie: “I myself was troubled by the end of the plot”, she had “entrusted Télé-Loisirs.

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Flavie Pean
But now the actress had participated in a parody of the soap opera, Groland on Canal +, entitled Plus belle la vie Auchan. For some it is because of this that she was fired from the series.

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Flavie Pean
“Honestly, I don’t know! But, according to them, this parody had no influence on the end of my plot. My character, emotionally fragile, could have slipped into depression for a long time. It’s a delicate subject, which was easier to deal with with a secondary character.”



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