Buzz TV guest Caroline Iturbide is back for a new program she’s about to unveil: A World Tour in France. The opportunity to also go back to how she deliberately lied to her children when she returned from filming.
On Saturday, April 16, a brand new program will be broadcast on C8 called World tour in Francesubmitted by Caroline Iturbide. The concept is simple: “Who has never dreamed of going to the other side of the world, discovering exceptional landscapes, experiencing an adventure with a capital letter? What if all this was possible without even leaving France? Together with Caroline Iturbide, families will travel to the most beautiful regions of France and realize that a change of scenery is just around the corner”, we can read in the statement from the channel. Thus, the owner was in the four corners of France.
If she is happy that she has her own show, Caroline Iturbide is still very sad. when, after a day of filming, she found herself alone, away from her children. The girl told about this on April 14 on the set of the show. Buzz-TV. “When I leave, I am surrounded by a family that leaves with their children, I have no children of my own. They are in Paris. That’s why I sometimes cry on the set (…) It was the hardest”she said. A sadness that completely contradicts the happiness she feels when she is in the heat of the moment. : “It’s great to leave Paris, to feel free, but, on the other hand, separation from children…” she continues before discussing how she deliberately lies to her babies, about his filming: “When I returned from filming, they told me: “Well, what did you do? That was good?”
Caroline Iturbide forced to ‘keep everything to a minimum’
Then she was forced “collapse everything. I said: “Yes, you know, there was a lot of rain, rafting, it’s not crazy either, wild horses, it was great. Everything had to be minimized.” However, the presenter really enjoyed filming this new show, which will air on April 16 on C8, with the first episode dedicated to the Camargue. “Programme: exploring the flooded lands on horseback, kayaking on the Rhone Delta, immersing yourself in the life of shepherds, an evening to the sounds of gypsy music and racing sand yachts between the dunes and the sea on the vast Saintes-Maries-Plai de la Mer. A program that promises big surprises.
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