It's a Valérie Damidot well in her sneakers with whom the magazine 'Paris Match' had the chance to talk recently. The opportunity for the host to come back in detail on her weight loss. And on his relationship to his body.
In 2006, the general public met Valerie Damidot thanks to the broadcast of M6 then dubbed by the French, D&CO . Today a television woman, actress and ambassador for a major diet brand, we named Weight Watchers, the 57-year-old entertainer is in total harmony with her body . And it's in the magazine Paris Match , who went to meet her, that she decided to talk about it during an exclusive interview given at an event organized by the firm she represents.
Very comfortable with questions from our colleagues, Valérie Damidot does not beat around the bush. 'Sometimes it doesn't take much to feel better. Indulging yourself is not a dirty word (…) When you take care of yourself, suddenly everything else is better. It's a virtuous circle' , she starts this interview.
Before I continue very confident: 'I don't like when there is the word constraint. It's not my character. I rather give myself goals (…) I don't give myself any rules, I'm not very good at rules. I give myself goals ' . And no question for this mother of two children, Norman and Roxanne (with whom she has played in the past in the series Victory Bonnot ), to feel an ounce of guilt after eating. 'It's rare that I feel guilty about anything. It is true that at the beginning of a diet, you are a little lost. You quickly get used to this food hygiene, finally you crack less, you no longer want it ' , she confesses.
If the star has lost weight, it is also for the needs of his career. Indeed, in a previous interview with TV Star , on the sidelines of his show Valérie Damidot exposes herself , she explained: I had to losing weight before getting on the boards, otherwise I would die. '
And about her current relationship with her body, again, Valérie Damidot is very clear: 'I'm super happy because I'm really less tired. I'm on treatment for hyperthyroidism . It was complicated for me because everyone had told me that it was going to be difficult to lose weight' . And the star, in a relationship with the discreet Régis Viogeat, to add: 'But I didn't want to lose fifty kilos in two days. I've been following the program for a year and a half, I lost seventeen kilos' . But, to read it, it has not yet fully achieved its goal. “I still have five kilos in my sights to lose” , she admits.
However, no more question for the one who willingly admits to still having a guilty pleasure, 'cheese' , to pay attention to the derogatory comments about his weight that are floating around the Web: 'At first it pissed me off to be reduced to that. After that it passed. I'm too old, I don't care' . On good terms!Source journaldesfemmes.fr