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Hervé et Stéphanie (ADP) © Instagram Hervé and Stéphanie (ADP) "A little hard with Stéphane Plaza", they come back to their Participation in Research Apartment or Maison Friday September 16, Hervé de l'Amour est in the meadow made a remarkable passage in search apartment or house. In the aftermath of the broadcast of the show, the farmer confided in Télé Star behind the scenes of this TV passage.

Friday, September 16, during a sequence broadcast on the show Apartment or Maison, Hervé de l'Amour is in the meadow surprised everyone by asking for his partner in marriage around an raclette. "Stéphanie, do you want to be my wife?" asked the farmer. To which the main interested party replied: "Yeah, I want to. (...) It is funny, I did not expect it." Hervé returned to this moment in an interview with Télé Star. "For the request, I told myself that it was a moment to seize. There is the presence of Karine, Stéphane is there too, it is necessary to grasp the moment. and then there is the presence of the cameras to formalize Things we are going to say. It allows you to mark my commitment to Stéphanie, everyone finds my sincerity from the start ... and then personally too, it is to have the images, "he explained.

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"We may have been a little hard with Stéphane Plaza"

during his interview, Hervé returned to the main reason which pushed him to participate in the Research Apartment program Or house, namely finding a new accommodation. Before the preparation of the wedding and the arrival of a possible child , Hervé and Stéphanie wanted to move into a new house. thanks to Stéphane Plaza , the couple found the rare pearl . "After here, this is not the first house that we visited, it was the fifth and it was the right one. we may have been a little hard with Stéphane Plaza, it must be recognized, but After as I say, we know what we want as long as we don't get what we want, we stand head , "said Hervé. For the moment, the farmer and his partner have not yet agreed for a date for their future marriage. "There is no defined date, there is nothing fact. There is still a big project to do before marriage so for the moment to organize the wedding etc, we do not have time "Said Hervé. Before the big day, the couple wishes to enlarge the family. A nice story.

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