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More beautiful life: a scene in tribute to Elizabeth II soon to be broadcast


On September 19, Plus belle la vie will pay tribute in its own way to the death of Queen Elizabeth II. To best stick to the news, the production of the famous soap opera of France 3 has indeed shot a scene at the last minute and integrated the death of the monarch into the episode.

In two months, fans of More beautiful life will definitely say goodbye to the cult series of France 3. After more than 18 years on the screen, the Marseille soap opera will indeed bow out on November 18th. And on September 29, the film crews will record the very last scenes of the series.

But meanwhile, More beautiful life continues to stick to the best of the news. According to information from Puremedia, the episode which will be aired on Monday September 19 would have undergone a last minute modification in order to add an event that occurred very recently. Indeed, that day will also take place the funeral of the Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on September 8, at the age of 96. The teams of More beautiful life would therefore have shot a special sequence in the Marseille studios. At the start of the episode, viewers should see Nathan (Thibaud Vaneck), Mirta (Sylvie Flepp) and Yolande (Elizabeth Commelin) being discuss the death of the monarch, from the Zephyrthe hotel located on the famous fictional Place du Mistral.

“Plus belle la vie functions as a mirror of French society”

This is not the first time that the soap opera of France 3 refers to an important event that has occurred in the news. A choice totally assumed by the production, which wants each episode to stick as well as possible to what is happening in France. “The series tries to be as close as possible to the lives of our viewers. Every time we dive into the heart of the news, the public is touched. We share emotions, we create dialogue within families. Plus belle la vie functions as a mirror of French society“, explained Christine Coutin, editorial director of Plus belle la vie at France Télévisions with our colleagues from Figaro. This is how viewers were able to discover that the death of Johnny Hallyday had been mentioned in an episode, just like that of Charles Aznavour and Jean-Paul Belmondo.A tribute was even paid to Bernard Tapis, who died in October 2021.

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More beautiful life
In two months, fans of Plus belle la vie will definitely say goodbye to the cult series of France 3.

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More beautiful life
After more than 18 years on the screen, the Marseille soap opera will indeed bow out on November 18. And on September 29, the film crews will record the very last scenes of the series.

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But in the meantime, More beautiful life continues to stick to the best of the news.

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Queen Elizabeth II
According to information from Puremédias, the episode which will be broadcast on Monday September 19 would have undergone a last-minute modification in order to add an event that occurred very recently.

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Queen Elizabeth II
Indeed, that day will also take place the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8, at the age of 96.

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Queen Elizabeth II
The teams of Plus belle la vie would therefore have shot a special sequence in the Marseille studios.

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Queen Elizabeth II
At the start of the episode, viewers should see Nathan (Thibaud Vaneck), Mirta (Sylvie Flepp) and Yolande (Elizabeth Commelin) discussing the monarch’s death from Le Zéphyr, the hotel on the famous fictitious place of the Mistral.

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Queen Elizabeth II
This is not the first time that the soap opera of France 3 refers to an important event that has occurred in the news.

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Queen Elizabeth II
A choice totally assumed by the production, which wants each episode to stick as well as possible to what is happening in France

© © FTV – TELFRANCE

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More beautiful life
“The series tries to be as close as possible to the lives of our viewers. (…) Plus belle la vie works like a mirror of French society”, explained Christine Coutin, editorial director of Plus belle la vie at France Télévisions to of our colleagues from Figaro.

© © FTV – TELFRANCE

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More beautiful life
This is how viewers were able to discover that the death of Johnny Hallyday had been mentioned in an episode, just like that of Charles Aznavour and Jean-Paul Belmondo.



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