The Parisian revealed exclusively in an article published on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, that Elodie Gossuin has made the decision to leave RFM’s morning show. She will leave the radio she has been running since 2015, at the end of the season.
After being elected Miss France 2001 then Miss Europe 2001Elodie Gossuin had decided to turn to animation. She had joined at first Fun Radio et NRJbefore finally finding stability in RFM. On Wednesday, June 1, she announced exclusively to the Parisianwhich she decided to leave the morning radio which she has been leading since 2015.
Elodie Gossuin explained to the daily that it was a “necessary decision“before entrusting:”It’s been seven years since I woke up between 3 and 4 o’clock in the morning, followed by other professional activities and my second day as a mother.“Indeed, the beauty queen is mother of four childrentwo pairs of twins, born of his union with model Bertrand Lacherie. “I feel the need to breathe a little, to also take action with Unicef, of which I am a sponsor. And most of all, to put my family back at the center of my life … and make my mother look back, by dropping my kids off at the high school door shouting ‘I love you!she said amusedly.
Elodie Gossuin: “I also had some health problems this year.”
If Elodie Gossuin made the heavy decision to leave the morning she was having with Albert Spano, it was also for health reasons. “I’ve also had some health issues this year, so I need to take some care of myselfshe explained to Parisian before continuing: “My pace did not allow me to truly recover from this shifted daily routine. Without going into details, I needed to get some rest“.
If she didn’t want to find out more about her health problems, Elodie Gossuin now wants focus on your loved ones and other activities that are close to his heart. His final departure from RFM is scheduled for the end of the season.
Elodie Gossuin and her husband Bertrand Lacherie Elodie Gossuin and her husband Bertrand Lacherie, in the stands at the Roland Garros International Tennis Championships in Paris, France, on June 4, 2019.
Elodie Gossuin and Albert Spano Elodie Gossuin-Lacherie and Albert Spano during the 14th edition of Charity Day in the market hall of the brokerage firm Aure BGC for the benefit of the 7 participating associations in Paris, France, on September 11, 2018.
Albert Spano, Elodie Gossuin and Olivier de Benoist Albert Spano, Elodie Gossuin and Olivier de Benoist during the 14th edition of Charity Day in the market hall of the brokerage firm Aure BGC for the benefit of the 7 participating associations in Paris, France, on September 11, 2018.
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