Anne-Élisabeth Blateau (Scènes de households) explains why her son Hadrien does not watch the series

Anne-Élisabeth Blateau (Scènes de households) explains why her son Hadrien does not watch the series
Anne-Élisabeth Blateau (Scènes de households) explains why her son Hadrien does not watch the series

In an interview she gave to 7 Days TVAnne-Élisabeth Blateau spoke about her character, Emma, ​​which she has played since 2011 in Scenes of households. The opportunity also to talk about his son, Hadrien, who is not particularly a fan of the series broadcast on M6…

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Since 2011, Anne-Élisabeth Blateau plays the role ofEmma in the series Scenes of households broadcast on M6. She responds to David Mora who plays his companion. In the fiction, they have a daughter named Chloé and are preparing to expand the family with the birth of twins! “Since Chloe’s birth, Fabien was just waiting for that: to have another child. But it is certain that at our ages, there is more fatigue and the body reacts less well to quarantine. Twinhood will allow us to renew ourselves” confided David Mora in an exclusive interview with 7 Days TV which he gave alongside his playing partner, Anne-Élisabeth Blateau.

Scenes of households : Anne-Élisabeth Blateau talks about her son Hadrien, who is not a big fan of the series

In this same interview, Anne-Élisabeth Blateau indicated that she was not “at all“like her character Emma, ​​as a parent.”I am totally anxious. My son (Hadrien, 8 years old, editor’s note) is my whole life. He will have the right to go to school alone at 24! I became a mother in the series before I was in real life. I can use my experience, sometimes when reading the texts: we can validate them, but also provide comments, to allow the authors to rework them“, she explained. Does her son watch it on television?My son has already come to the set once, to play a small role. He was very happy to spend the day on set. In his school, some children know me and he takes it very well. But he doesn’t particularly watch the series, because it doesn’t make him laugh…“, she said.

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Anne-Élisabeth Blateau on a project to write a new series

In the last lines of the interview, Anne-Élisabeth Blateau said more about her projects. “I’m going back to creating, since I’m going to start writing a new series“, she said. David Mora is going to start a new shoot. “I’m going to shoot, in May, in ‘Parallel investigation’for France 3, with Florence Pernel. She is a local journalist, and I play a gendarmerie commander“, he said.

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