Journalist and presenter Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54

Journalist and presenter Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54
Journalist and presenter Géraldine Carré has died at the age of 54

The journalist and presenter Géraldine Carré died at the age of 54. The information was confirmed by these former colleagues this Friday, who all paid tribute to the journalist. Benjamin Castaldi in the lead.

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Before becoming a columnist alongside Benjamin Castaldi on the show Langue de VIP, Géraldine Carré made her radio debut, notably on Europe 2. She then was in charge of daily shows on Europe 1. On TV, she collaborated with Christophe Dechavanne, Daniela Lumbroso, Julien Courbet.. On TF1, she was the face of the cult show Intimate confessions. Géraldine Carré also worked on Canal +, a channel on which she presented Life in plain terms at the beginning of the 2000s. A society magazine with the false air of The big family produced by Jean-Luc Delarue.

The circumstances of Géraldine Carré’s death have not been revealed. She leaves behind her four children Sasha (1998), Alma (2000), Ava (2005) and Lazslo (2007).

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