“My wife kills me every time”: Philippe Caverivière as a couple, this addiction that his other half cannot bear

The bet is on! After having co-hosted with Laurent Ruquier we are direct Every Saturday night on France 2, Léa Salamé recovers this time slot alone, or almost. She now gives viewers a date with her show. what a time!for which the journalist surrounds herself with Christophe Dechavanne as a “permanent guest” and comedian Philippe Caveriviere. The latter is already well known for his daily chronicles broadcast on RTL and for his hilarious interventions on We are live the last two years. Very present therefore in the audiovisual scene, he is however much more discreet when it comes to his private life.

We do know, however, that Philippe Caverivière is a man in love. During an interview for current woman published in 2020, he evoked someone who shares his life, but whose identity remains a mystery. “I am with a woman who is from my town, from Fréjus. She is an interior designer and decorator.and she is very talented“He trusted seriously. He specified in passing that he still did not have children with his partner, however, he was closed to this idea.I have to think about doing it“, he let go.

Philippe Caverivière also allowed himself to indulge in this passion that he has and that exasperates his life partner: namely, bracelets. “I’m superstitious, I like stones, that calms me down. I have a Greek friend, Harry, who makes unique bracelets with stones and I like his work, so I wear them, it makes me happy. In others I find it old-fashioned, it’s kéké from the south… but in me I don’t see it when it’s the same. (Laughs) It’s a real addiction, I buy it all the time, my wife kills me every time“, revealed.

France 2 viewers will have the opportunity to scrutinize their wrists this Saturday, September 24, in the second part of the afternoon when the first issue of what a time! will be rebroadcast. Léa Salamé is expected to receive a panel of very different guests, including Jean-Luc Mélanchon, Marco Mouly, Laurence Ferrari, Jean-Paul Rouve and Cindy Bruna.

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