Guest of “Media Culture” on Europe 1 this Friday, May 22 to discuss the return of previously unpublished Zone Interdite on M6, Ophélie Meunier confided in her confinement.
The unreleased “Zone Interdite” are back this Sunday, May 24 on M6. For this new issue, Ophélie Meunier and her teams have followed four families of French people who wanted to build their houses. A number whose filming continued during the confinement. Guest of “Media Culture” this Friday, the journalist has just returned to this very special period. How has she worked during the past eight weeks? “I worked a lot from home for the writing and surveys part, I did a week of” 19.45 “(the news of M6 editor’s note) in the editorial office”, replies Ophélie Meunier who indicates that she stayed with her family in her Parisian apartment during the whole time of confinement. “I lived this confinement rather well but if it had to be done again, I would not do it again,” said the journalist, however, who said that she did not “like being locked up all day”. “I don’t have an exterior, I suffered from the lack of air,” she added on Europe 1.
Journalist suffered from “lack of air”
The young woman nevertheless keeps in mind the good times spent with family. “I have a little boy, almost a year old, who I have seen growing up like never before,” says Ophélie Meunier, who is delighted with these “family-like” moments. Confessions she already had shared with our colleagues from Télé-Loisirs may’s beginning. Another positive point of this confinement: the pleasure of cooking. “I really like to do it and during the week, I have little time. So, I got there with pleasure”, confesses the presenter of “Forbidden Zone” who also enjoyed shopping. At Télé-Loisirs in early May, Ophélie Meunier also revealed that she had taken the time to do some physical exercise. “Personally, I took an hour, to the minute, every day to walk. It felt good, and I realized that certain distances were finally quite quick to make,” said Joseph’s young mother. .