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Sophie Durocher and Richard Martineau didn't really like each other before they met

Sophie Durocher and Richard Martineau didn't really like each other before they met

Sophie Durocher and Richard Martineau interview a 'young couple' in Salty sweetTuesday, where they talked about how they didn't particularly like each other before they got to know each other.

The two historians Newspaper The QUB host talked about their meeting in September 2002 when a producer named Coco brought them together in a restaurant, a decisive moment, because it was love at first sight between them and they have been inseparable since then.



Sophie Durocher, collaborator on “Sucré Salé” by Ludovic Bordge and Richard Martineau.

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“I couldn't feel it. I sat across from her and after 10 minutes I knew my life had changed. […] I felt like she was greedy for life, sentimental, etc. We laughed a lot and it was great fun. After that, we had to go somewhere else. There were too many people in one taxi and she had to sit on top of me. She gave me her hand, and I shook it in the taxi. Then I said to myself, 'Okay, I'm in trouble,'” said Richard Martino, who bought the bed at the hotel they later went to.

Sophie Durocher frankly said they “hated” each other, something her lover of nearly 22 years refuted.

The couple renewed their wedding vows 20 years after celebrating their nuptials on September 8, 2003. It's Sophie Durocher, who we got to know better this winter in Get me out of here!who made it High demand for the defunct show set The world is reversed.

Sophie Durocher and Richard Martineau, who were received by the collaborators Salty sweet Next, Ludovic Bourdages played a game where they had to say of the two, who slept first, was the fittest, most sensitive, most articulate, and so on.

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They also confirmed during this match that there were no wake-ups in the house.