Marine Lorphelin is still very much in love with her companion Christophe Malmezac. However, she encounters many difficulties in organizing their union. Indeed, their marriage has already been postponed because of the epidemic, but it could be that things are finally coming to an end, if we are to believe the Instagram story of the former Miss France.

Marine Lorphelin leads a life at 100 per hour, she combines her medical studies, her internships, her life as a former Miss and a public figure and she also manages her social networks where she multiplies the health chronicles.

Obviously, this lifestyle is not always easy to manage and the beauty suffers from anxiety. However, she can count on the support of her lover, Christophe. The latter is in New Caledonia, Marine Lorphelin goes there very regularly.

Marine Lorphelin: a marriage not easy to organize

Together for 8 years, Marine and Christophe are on a little cloud. The couple has always managed to find a balance between the very active life of the young woman and the thousands of kilometers that sometimes separate them for long weeks.

very much in love with each other, They’ve been wanting to get married for a while. Indeed, it was in December 2019 that the young man asked him for his hand. Since then, the two lovebirds have encountered many difficulties related to the Covid-19. She had confided on this subject to our colleagues from Audience, in 2021:

The marriage, we have already shifted it. We wait for everything to calm down to have a nice stress-free party. For the rest, we want to enjoy a little, to travel again as soon as possible and to be together, as a couple.

“I hope we can predict it in 2023”

This Wednesday, June 29, Marine Lorphelin took part in a question and answer game on her Instagram account. She was able to answer questions from her subscribers. A user asked him when was she going to get married :

I hope soon. But honestly, rearranging a wedding is complicated. You have to remotivate yourself. Especially since we both have a lot of professional projects that take up time on a daily basis, time that we have clearly missed in recent months. But now that boarding school is over, I hope we can plan for 2023.

she replied.

Marine Lorphelin @DR

The general practitioner’s return to school promises to be very busy all the same, as she explains in detail in her story. She must also start writing your thesis and resume replacements in general medicine. But that’s not all :

I continue the health chronicles on various media, including my social networks. I’m writing a health show (well, I’m going to try). And I do a lot of sport with my lover.

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