Sad news for former Miss France Alexandra Rosenfeld: her daughter, Jim, has been hospitalized and must remain under medical supervision for several days. It was his companion Hugo Clément who made this revelation on Instagram.
This Friday, September 9, the subscribers of Alexandra Rosenfeld were surprised by consulting her story in which we could see her lying down, with a small mine – and a filter – when she seemed to have watched. A quick look at the Instagram account of her companion, journalist and presenter Hugo Clément, revealed more: their daughter is hospitalized for a few days.
Preferring to say things rather than let the rumor machine get carried away, Hugo Clément therefore posted a photo of his daughter, however hiding her face to preserve her privacy and, in the caption, he revealed why she is at the hospital under surveillance. ' Kidney infection for Jim (pyelonephritis), which causes high fever spikes, up to 41 degrees. Compulsory hospitalization for a few days, the time of intravenous antibiotic treatment . She is KO but we are by her side and the doctors, nurses and auxiliaries of the hospital center of the Basque coast watch over her “, wrote the former columnist of the Small Diary and of Every day n, now at the head of his show, On the front . He did not fail to warmly thank the caregivers and all the hospital staff ' despite low salaries and a lack of means. '
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As a reminder, Alexandra Rosenfeld (35 years old) has been in a relationship with Hugo Clément (32 years old) since 2018. An intense story since the ex Miss France and the journalist welcomed their first child, little Jim, in January 2020. Previously, the beauty queen had been married to Sergio Parisse, a rugby player and father of her daughter Ava, born on August 23, 2010. The couple even left Paris to live in the open air, in the South-West. There, Alexandra Rosenfeld forged a new career as a yoga teacher.
' I did my first yoga class in 2006, after the Miss France election. I hated this first class because it was totally inappropriate to the idea I had of it, thinking above all that it was a sport that was good for the back. I wasn't ready. I hadn't understood in fact that it was much more complete than that and that it was a true holistic 'body-mind-spirit' art of living. A few years later I tried again and loved it! Since then, yoga has never left me “, she had entrusted to the site The daily life of seniors to explain his new passion that has become his profession.Source journaldesfemmes.fr