Cannes 2022: Sylvie Tellier sumptuous in a low-cut dress on the red carpet

Sylvie Tellier caused a sensation, this Thursday, May 19, on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival. Despite her recent knee injury, the Miss boss appeared in great shape.

The stars follow one another on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival! This Thursday, May 19, it was Sylvie Tellier who caused a sensation during the climb of the steps of the film Armageddon Time. For the occasion, the patroness of the Misses was accompanied by the famous sculptor Richard Orlinski. dressed ina beautiful low-cut black dressSylvie Tellier, who also wore a stunning diamond necklacecaused a sensation on the red carpet of the Croisette.

Victim of a serious knee injury after a skiing accident a few months ago, Sylvie Tellier appeared in great shape in front of the photographers during the climb of the steps but also during the Global Gift Gala, an evening where she was invited by Eva Longoria, herself. On her Instagram account, before her departure for the Croisette, the boss of the Misses had shared her last visit to the physiotherapist. “Dixit the doc RAS. I’m even going to have the right to wear heels for a few hours. All the same, more appropriate with a gala dress”, she then rejoiced. Also on her Instagram account, Sylvie Tellier shared behind the scenes of her climb up the stairs. The former Miss France notably expressed her joy at having met Julia Robert on the red carpet.

Cannes Film Festival 2022: Julia Roberts and Anne Hathaway, stars of the rise of the steps this May 19

This Thursday, May 19, two American stars made the show on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival. All dressed in white and with a huge diamond around her neck, Anne Hathaway created a sensation in front of the photographers. Before her, it was Julia Roberts, sublime in a black jumpsuit, who marveled at the climb of the stairs. An evening also marked by the presence of Aya Nakamura, radiant on the arm of her husband just a few months after giving birth.


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