Audrey Fleurot cash on her relationship with money, she reveals her big purchase of the year

Audrey Fleurot cash on her relationship with money, she reveals her big purchase of the year
Audrey Fleurot cash on her relationship with money, she reveals her big purchase of the year

Audrey Fleurot will soon make her comeback on TF1 with the broadcast of the new fourth season of “HPI”. It is thanks to this series that the 46-year-old actress has become one of the most bankable actresses on the French small screen. However, she assures that she is still very connected to reality.

The countdown is on before the launch of the new fourth season of HPI.
On May 16, TF1 viewers will be delighted to find the spicy and colorful Morgane Alvaro, still played by Audrey Fleurot. During these new episodes, Morgane, pregnant with her fourth child, will try to discover the identity of the father of her future baby, who could be Timothée, David or even Karadec.

Audrey Fleurot doesn’t do anything crazy

The brilliant cleaning lady with high intellectual potential will always help the police to elucidate very complex investigations, including one in a haunted house… Djibril Glissant, Audrey Fleurot’s companion, directed two episodes out of the eight of this season. Four of them will be released in the coming weeks. The other four have not yet been filmed but will be in the can for the next school year.

The HPI series has been breaking audience records since its launch on TF1 three years ago. For example, the launch episode of season 3 was watched by more than 8.4 million viewers last year… It’s absolutely colossal! But this dizzying success does not turn Audrey Fleurot’s head! Having become one of the most bankable actresses on the small screen, the actress keeps her feet on the ground and doesn’t even do anything crazy! “I will always be careful,” she assures in an interview with TV Magazine before revealing the only big purchase she has recently allowed herself: “I bought my first car this year,” confided the star who enjoys a comfortable lifestyle but has not lost her sense of reality. “I am to be able to have a massage regularly, to have the possibility of not paying attention to what I put in my shopping cart. I am not disconnected from reality,” she assures.

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