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Travel: at the one leisure: the best bakery in France, his family life ... Norbert Tarayre evokes his return 2022

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie attended a royal wedding in Greece

  Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie attended a royal wedding in Greece Princess Diana's godson, Prince Philippos of Greece, and Nina Flohr held their third wedding ceremony in Athens. The prince first married VistaJet creative director Nina Flohr at the Swiss ski resort St. Moritz in December. Their fathers were the only attendees at the intimate ceremony, due to Switzerland's strict Covid-19 restrictions, per People. They celebrated their union again at a springtime event in Cambridgeshire last May.

Norbert Tarayre resumed service for a new season of the best bakery in France, broadcast on M6. The 39-year-old is returning to his busy busy and his projects and good resolutions for 2022, in the news-leunch number on Kiosks on Monday 17 January.

Since January 10, Norbert Tarayre and his friend Bruno Cormerais crisscross the roads of France ( and Navarre ) to find the Best Bakery from the country . Between exceptional products, beautiful surprises and big laughs , the duo gives itself to heart joy every afternoon on M6. In a long (and friendly) interview he gave us, to find in leisure, in kiosks this Monday 17 January, the chief tells us more about this ninth edition of the contest and on its projects in this new year. Without filter, he also evokes the organization of filming with his family life (and young dad ), as well as the pneumothorax of which he was a victim last year .

Berlin's best tunnel baker ventilates his secret: three tips for the perfect tunnel

 Berlin's best tunnel baker ventilates his secret: three tips for the perfect tunnel Oh, it smells good, oh, it smells fine - here must be the real Berlin Christmas bakery! In the east of the city, very close to Köpenick station, the fragrance of tasty stollen is already a few hundred meters away in the air. And then you first walk to the shop of Berlin's best tunnel baker, it is about every Christmas fan. Almost a dozen different tunnels are tempting to snack - one more exclusive than the other. In the courier, the professional reveals his three secret tips.

The return of an emblematic actor of tomorrow belongs to us

Other star of the end of the day: Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1. The TF1 soap opera sees the return - temporary - from one of its main characters from January 27th. In the aftermath of his departure from here everything starts , Maxime Delcourt returns to Sète to find his family in full torment. The opportunity for Clément Rémiens to pretty goodbye to the fans of the series before embarking on new projects. " I need to see something else ", had entrusted the comedian to our colleagues of the voice of the North last November.

adjuting sold? Not always !

also the summary of your magazine, an investigation into the buyers of concluded . According to Julien Cohen , who announced at the end of December his departure from the program, the auction sales show would not have brought him so much money that it is not at all. " on the few 1850 objects acquired, I am close to the profitability threshold, but I still lose a little bit of silver ", assured us the man with blue glasses . The reason: it " left 600 on the arms ". What about his colleagues on the show presented by Sophie Davant ? Reply in our pages from Monday 17 January. Happy reading and good week to all!

  À la Une de Télé-Loisirs : La Meilleure boulangerie de France, sa vie de famille... Norbert Tarayre évoque sa rentrée 2022 © Provided by television leisure

Women doing up to 70 minutes more household chores each day than men .
A study that analysed more than 200,000 people across ten countries claims that - even in the 21st century - women are still doing 70 minutes more household chores a day than men. Women in the UK spend an average of two hours and 49 minutes cooking, cleaning, doing the dishes and laundry.But men spend only an hour and 39 minutes on similar jobs, according to research. © Provided by Daily Mail Women in the UK spend an average of two hours and 49 minutes cooking, cleaning, doing the dishes and laundry, but men spend only an hour and 39 minutes on similar jobs, according to research.

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