VIDEO. “We are not going to pretend to be friends”: married in life, Marie Portolano and Grégoire Ludig find themselves on a TV set

VIDEO. “We are not going to pretend to be friends”: married in life, Marie Portolano and Grégoire Ludig find themselves on a TV set
VIDEO. “We are not going to pretend to be friends”: married in life, Marie Portolano and Grégoire Ludig find themselves on a TV set

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Journalist Marie Portolano and her husband, actor Grégoire Ludig, found themselves together on the set of the show “Télématin” on France 2 this Wednesday, May 8, to the delight of presenter Thomas Sotto who had fun with some teasing towards the couple.

Funny sequence in the Télématin show on France 2, relocated to Marseille this Wednesday, May 8 for the arrival of the Olympic flame in the Marseille city. Journalist Marie Portolano received a somewhat special guest on her show since her husband Grégoire Ludig was present to promote the film The Coubertin Spirit.

A meeting which particularly amused Thomas Sotto, Marie Portolano’s partner, who allowed himself some teasing towards the couple. “Who looks after the children?” notably launched the presenter to the two partners in real life. A couple for seven years and married since 2019, they are in fact parents of a little boy born in 2022 and are preparing to welcome a second.

“I want to send you Marie Portolano”

Face to face, the couple also played the game: “Well, we’re not going to pretend to be married since you understand that we are married in real life” the host clarified to the viewers. But that was without taking into account her husband’s sense of humor: “I want to say hello to you Marie Portolano” then retorted Grégoire Ludig “If you want each other, we can have a little kiss, it doesn’t matter. “There’s no problem” she replied, amused.

A sequence which must surely have made viewers smile at the complicity of the two brides and grooms.

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