It was in December 2020 that Jean-Pierre Pernaut said his farewell to the JT of TF1 after more than 30 years of good and loyal service. Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut’s husband has left his place to Marie-Sophie Lacarrau who has moved in her place on January 4. What was JPP doing at the time? “I was home”, he began by saying during his interview with TV-Leisure. “It was the first time I had lunch at home on weekdays in a long time. Honestly, I had no idea in advance what my reaction would be to watching her news from home. It went very well. . Since then, I watch his news whenever I can. The audiences are always so good and I feel a lot of pride when I see the incredible success of operations like SOS Villages or Le plus beau marché de France. It’s really in the DNA of TF1 13h “.
Words that will please her successor.
The one who has been taking care of Jean-Pierre for a few months and you on LCI, will soon unveil a new magazine on newsstands: At the heart of the regions. “On the strength of the relationship he has forged with the public after 30 years of presenting TF1’s 13h newscast, Jean-Pierre Pernaut will share with us the subjects that are close to his heart., the statement said. The defense of the land, the enhancement of the beauty of our regions, the richness of our culture, our gastronomy, our heritage … “
Full of projects, Jean-Pierre Pernaut is on all fronts. However, does he regret not being at the head of the 1 p.m. news? “Not a single second (…) in all honesty. I wanted to stop to change my pace. It was a carefully considered decision. I carried this journal for 33 years, there was not a One day like this, it was a lot of passion. But during the confinement, in the spring of 2020, I took a step back and adapted a different pace of work, teleworking from home. I talked a lot about it with my wife and I said to myself that it was time to stop “.
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