Elodie Gossuin confided without filter on the most beautiful experience of her life, motherhood…
On the occasion of the release on August 24 of the cartoon Tad the Explorer and the Emerald Table in which she lends her voice to the character of Victoria Moon, Elodie Gossuin confided in our colleagues from purepeople . She spoke of this new experience in the cinema, but above all the greatest role of her life: that of mother of a tribe of four children. The one who has just left the waves of RFM after seven years of good and loyal service, she had two sets of twins with her husband Bertrand Lacherie. Married since July 2006, they raised Jules and Rose, now 14, and Léonard and Joséphine, 8.
Became a mother for the first time in 2014, Miss France 2001 initially encountered some difficulties. 'I know there were days when I didn't even have three minutes to take a shower, i.e. I didn't even go in the shower, and that's terrible to say . So I obviously didn't welcome anyone home' , she confided at first.
But she considers herself lucky to be able to experience the joy of raising children with her husband. 'It's cool, we have two arms, two breasts, so you can wear them at the same time, breastfeed them at the same time, but the biggest respect I have, honestly, is for single parents. ' , she began. 'Those who are alone to raise a child, I don't know how you manage “, she continued. 'The greatest difficulty is to manage to find oneself, as a person, as a 'woman of' and a woman in general' .
UNICEF Ambassador's eldest children Jules and Rose started high school on September 1 . A new stage in the life of a mother of Elodie Gossuin which particularly worries her as she confided to purepeople . ' It's a real slap . And then it's full of anxiety. I can see it' , dropped the new host of M6 .
'Little ones, there are worries but you know where they are and you can hold them in your arms. But adolescence, with your children growing up, starting to go out, see friends and talk about stories of 'love, you know that there are going to be very difficult times to manage and I already dread them' .
'At the same time, I'm like, ' How lucky to be 41 and have kids going to high school, to be a mom all this time and that they are the joys of my life, that I had this chance not to wait very long before knowing this ultimate happiness'' , she still said.
And joking (or not): 'I'm super proud, and then I'll drive them to school and I'll purposely come out and say, 'Have a nice day sweeties, I put your snack in the little box for you!' I dream of doing that. I promise, I will bring them to high school by displaying them thoroughly, it is obligatory' .Source journaldesfemmes.fr