Our Miss France 2021 would have preferred to preserve her couple a little longer … But shortly after her election, the identity of Amandine Petit’s companion was revealed. For fear of the curse of the Miss, against which Iris Mittenaere warns, the young woman has taken a radical decision.
Amandine Petit is on cloud nine! Miss Normandy was crowned Miss France 2021 during a superb ceremony Saturday, December 19, 2020. Throughout the competition, the pretty 23-year-old blonde was able to count on the support of her relatives, in particular her companion Julien Georges . Today, as their relationship came to light, Amandine Petit made a radical decision.
It is on Instagram, in her permanent stories , that our beauty queen had shared couple photos with Julien. The duo had celebrated five years of love last March. Since then, Amandine Petit has deleted everything . No more trace of his half on his social networks. A way for her to preserve herself and especially to protect her couple from the curse of Miss France .
Iris Mittenaere has been there. The one who was elected Miss France 2016 then Miss Universe the same year broke up with her ex-lover a few months after his coronation. ” It was during that summer that I broke up with Matthieu, who nevertheless supported me from the start. My case is far from unique. All Miss France are struck by the ‘curse of boyfriends’, the fateful rupture of summer, “she wrote in her book Always believe in it , published in 2018.
Two years later, his opinion on the matter remains the same. ” Frankly, it’s complicated to be in a relationship that year. Because it’s a year full of upheavals, we do not really know where we are , says Iris Mittenaere toParis Match . It’s complicated to even know what you want, and to give someone space in your life. So I think that the life of Miss France is not an easy year to be in a relationship. We can meet people, but I don’t think it works. “A speech” perhaps fatalistic “but assumed. For the companion of Diego El Glaoui ,” Miss France is not a year where one can meet the man of his life “.
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