Monday, April 5, 2021, Nathalie Marquay Pernaut made a revelation to viewers of Do not touch My TV. The mother of the family revealed to the other chroniclers and to the host, Cyril Hanouna, that she had been forced to ask her daughter Lou to leave the family home, because of the Covid-19 pandemic. “Personally, I am very careful and I even had to tell my daughter to leave my house!”, she said. The young girl would have had a little trouble respecting the confinement and the curfew put in place by the government … “She is 18 and she came home every evening at 2 am. So I caught my daughter and I said to her: ‘Here you are at home, we are in the middle of Covid so if you don’t agree because your father is still 71 years old, it’s very serious ! You get away with it, you go to a friend’s house ” “, she explained. The former beauty queen then assured that she had not seen her daughter for ten days …
As reported by our colleagues from TV-Leisure, Lou Pernaut wanted to make an update after the statements of his mother, Wednesday April 7, 2021. “What you see in the press is false. I went to an apartment, alone, 10 days indeed”, she said, in a story on Instagram, before explaining the real reasons for her estrangement: “It was to work, take photoshoots and see some friends, because I was afraid that even with masks, I could pass the Covid on to my parents “. Lou Pernaut affirms that Jean-Pierre Pernaut and Nathalie Marquay in no way kicked her out: “I decided to leave so that I could go out for a bit, in agreement with them”, she clarified.
The health of Jean-Pierre Pernaut
If Lou Pernaut and his mother Nathalie Marquay are doing everything to protect Jean-Pierre Pernaut as much as possible from Covid-19, it is because the 71-year-old journalist is among those at risk. JPP is doing better since his prostate cancer surgery, but his health remains fragile. His wife had also insisted, during the first confinement, that he be replaced at the head of the TF1 1pm newscast by his joker, Jacques Legros.
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