At the end of last December, Sylvie Tellier was the victim of a skiing accident. The boss of Miss France admits that she has stupidly worsened her condition. Explanations.
A well deserved rest. A few days after the coronation of Diane Leyre and after having spent many weeks preparing the regional Misses for the national election, Sylvie Tellier took a few days off during the end of year celebrations. A ski holiday in Avoriaz with her husband Laurent and her three children, Oscar, Margaux and Roméo – aged twelve, eight and three and a half respectively. It is on December 27, 2021, at the end of the morning, that his vacation turned into a nightmare. Yet an experienced skier, Sylvie Tellier fell. Violently. “I never fall!“, she assures in the columns of Gala this Thursday, May 12.
Except this time his skis”got tangled in a curve“.”I didn’t have the presence of mind to read them off. I fell, and I wasn’t going fast enough to take my shoes off. The, I heard a crack in my knee!“, she recalls. After five minutes with her buttocks in the snow, Sylvie Tellier finally got up and went down the track on one leg. “I didn’t want to bother the boys who accompanied medon’t want to bother the emergency services, don’t want to go down in the tray“, she admits, before acknowledging: “I am of a temperament, how to say, a little proud. A little hard on evil, too“. From her injury, the general manager of the Miss France society imagined having simply twisted her knee, believing that “it does not matter“.
Sylvie Tellier did “everything not to do”
“Once back in her apartment in Avoriaz, she takes a hot bath, takes a nap“, report our colleagues. And the main interested party to concede: “Everything not to do!“Which would make his condition stupidly worse. When he woke up, his joint had tripled in size. The ligaments in his right knee had failed.”After spending three days sprawled on a sofa so as not to spoil the family vacation, I returned to Paris by ambulance“, she says. The rest, we know it. After an operation and then a transplant, Sylvie Tellier now goes through rehabilitation sessions to regain full motor control of her knee. Almost five months after his injury, his recovery is on track. As proof, she even accompanied her protege during her integration trip.
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