“Honorine Magnier and Rayane Huber cried”, Patrick Guérineau recounts the last scenes of the Curtis family

“Honorine Magnier and Rayane Huber cried”, Patrick Guérineau recounts the last scenes of the Curtis family
“Honorine Magnier and Rayane Huber cried”, Patrick Guérineau recounts the last scenes of the Curtis family

Patrick Guérineau and the Curtis family have just left Tomorrow belongs to us. The actor spoke of their last moments in the TF1 soap opera.

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Patrick Guérineau had joined Tomorrow belongs to us on June 24, 2021. In the guise of Étienne Curtis, he formed with his wife Bénédicte (Honorine Magnier) and their son Dorian (Rayane Huber) one of the families most appreciated by fans of the TF1 series. Alas! The mother, son and his girlfriend Luna (Paloma Reynaud) have left Sète for Spain while Etienne, who did everything to save his family, finds himself in prison.

Tomorrow belongs to us : End clap for the Curtis family in Sète

Yes it’s an end clap ???? for the Curtis family in Sète”announced Patrick Guérineau in an Instagram post, “Today I am attacking by choice a very beautiful and very strong ending plot. Home stretch !” confirms the actor Tomorrow belongs to us. To illustrate this farewell message, the actor posted a video compiling some intimate moments experienced by the trio outside of filming. Lots of smiles, laughter, dancing, hugs, walks in the sun for an experience which, as he writes, brought them nothing but happiness.3 years already ???????? Only pleasure” he concluded. Exclusively, Patrick Guerineau told us about their farewells to the TF1 soap opera.

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Tomorrow belongs to us : Patrick Guérineau consoled Honorine Magnier and Rayane Huber

It was filled with emotion. Fiction and reality have mixedtold us Patrick Guerineau. Through a script and lines of dialogue, we said goodbye, and in our eyes we knew what we were experiencing. My partners were very touched, as was I myself. They cried. I tried not to cry and to keep my head held high to console Honorine and Rayane by reassuring them about our respective futures.” Patrick Guérineau also revealed what he would miss the most. “My partners Honorine, Rayane, Julie Debazac, Samy Gharbi, Franck Monsigny, Charlotte Gaccio. I will miss them. We will meet again on other projects. I will miss the Sète canal, the southern sun, the city. I spent three years of my life there. It’s not nothing. My 4-year-old son Paul is sad to no longer be at the grand hotel in Sète.”concluded the actor.

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