“I didn’t want children”: Florence Foresti makes rare secrets about her daughter and her role as a mother

Florence Foresti is one of France’s favorite comedians. Revealed on the show We tried everything presented by Laurent Ruquier on France 2, the 47-year-old comedian has become a benchmark for French humor. She is also on the poster of her new show Boys Boys Boys (in reference to the cult title of the singer Sabrina) at the Marigny theater in Paris. Florence Foresti is on the cover of the new Paris Match which comes out this Thursday, September 29. The companion of the Swiss humorist Alexandre Kominek spoke without filter, without language of wood on his couple, his family life and his career.

I didn’t want children

In July 2007, Florence Foresti, then in a relationship with artistic director and director Julien Mairesse, gave birth to a daughter, Toni. In this interview, the 47-year-old comedian shared her apprehensions about becoming a mother: “I didn’t want children, I thought that in an artist’s life there is no place for education. So I have been fighting for fifteen years to pursue my career without screwing up my life as a mother too much, she confided. To carry out her role as a mother, the actress had to make some sacrifices, including giving up on professional projects: “The films or projects that I didn’t do to stay with her will never be a regret. On the contrary, they are a source of pride.”

After her separation from the father of her only daughter in 2010, Florence Foresti was the companion of director and screenwriter Xavier Maingon, from whom she also separated. In this interview at Paris Matchshe admitted, however, that she did not “known as magnificent love stories”. “I am convinced that I am not the wife of one man, because eternal love seems to me a decoy”, she let know. And to add: “But I love all my exes for life: my first husband; Julien; the father of my daughter; and Xavier. They are great men who never made me suffer – or so little (…) J worked with them, shared everything, got more than I ever dreamed of.”

The full interview with Florence Foresti can be found in “Paris Match” this Thursday, September 29.

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