Death of Géraldine Carré: the journalist was 54 years old

Death of Géraldine Carré: the journalist was 54 years old
Death of Géraldine Carré: the journalist was 54 years old

Sad news. This Friday, May 3, Benjamin Castaldi took to his X account (formerly Twitter) to announce the disappearance of Géraldine Carré. The journalist and TV presenter was 54 years old. For the moment, the causes of his death have not been revealed. Upset, the ex-presenter of Secret Story paid him a vibrant tribute. “Géraldine, we did not meet often, but each of these rare times was marked by respect and sincere affection. Today, as I search for the right words, everything I feel turns into a deep admiration for the person you were”, he wrote, visibly very moved. And to conclude: “Your values, your kindness and your smile remain engraved in our memories. It’s definitely always the best who leave.”

After making his debut on the airwaves ofEurope 2 then on the chains Paris Premiere And France 2Géraldine Carré became a familiar face to viewers when she arrived on TF1 in the early 2000s. The first channel entrusted her with the presentation of the shows Intimate confessions And It can happen to us. Despite the success, the host decided to leave the front page to embark on new adventures on Canal+. From September 2003, she took charge of the new magazine Life in plain terms, produced by Jean-Luc Delarue. Surrounded by a team of columnists, the journalist revealed new trends. However, the program failed to attract viewers and was quickly canceled. From then on, Géraldine Carré devoted herself to another of her great passions, writing.

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Géraldine Carré: her short collaboration with Benjamin Castaldi

After three years of absence, Géraldine Carré made her comeback on the small screen. On the channel Sur Foxlife, she presented Become a mason of the heartthe French adaptation of the American reality TV show Makeover Home edition Or Masons of the heart. Then in 2007, the presenter returned to the channel which revealed her to the general public. Alongside Benjamin Castaldi, she took on the role of columnist for the show VIP language broadcast on TF1. After three issues, she left the program. Since then, the journalist had become more discreet. By leaving this world, Géraldine Carré leaves behind her four children Sasha, Alma, Ava and Lazslo, fruits of her love story with Patrick Bauer.

Photo credits: TF1-SUREAU / Sipa

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