Julie Andrieu: la dolce vita in Rome turns into a nightmare

Julie Andrieu: la dolce vita in Rome turns into a nightmare
Julie Andrieu: la dolce vita in Rome turns into a nightmare

For the past month, the television host and culinary critic, Julie Andrieu decided to change her life for a few months. She left her luggage in the Italian capital: Rome.

A change in life that she shares with her community on Instagram, her beautiful discoveries but also his misadventures. This was the case on May 24. Present in Italy for three weeks, the host of the show Julie’s notebooks on France 3 had his bike stolenas she tells it in a video posted on her account.

First misadventure in Rome

“I promised to tell you everything about my stay in Rome, the worst and the best. Yesterday I put my bike here. This is the first time I’ve had him sleep outside. However, I had been warned. And there you have it, all I have left to console me is the key to my padlock, that’s all » she said to the camera.

An incident that she takes with a smile: “ I learned at least one word: Rubare la bicicletta (meaning Steal the Bike, in Italian). This is the news of the day!

This symbol of France that Julie Andrieu misses

Julien Andrieu does not let himself be defeated. A few minutes later, she appears in another video again in seal. A new means of transport that she had to rent. “ Well, there you go, you have to adapt to all situations. I no longer have my bike but I switched to community cycling. It’s less maneuverable, it’s a little less light. It is still more practical and more adapted to Roman life. Okay, don’t look, eh! I didn’t go buy a baguette at all. I am not nostalgic for Franceshe says with irony. It’s true that when it comes to bread, the Italians don’t really know how to make it… » she explains, already nostalgic.

Despite this, the mother of Gaïa, fruit of her love affair with Stéphane Delajoux, continues to have fun in Rome and does not seem ready to return straight away.

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