This Tuesday, December 27 is a day of celebration for Laurent Romejko. The famous animator of the game Numbers and letters breath its 59th candle. An anniversary that he will not fail to celebrate in the company of his wife Sylvie Bazyn. For many years, Laurent Romejko has been spinning the perfect with his dear and tender. A love story that Marine Vignes’ sidekick on the show Map Weather decided to live away from prying eyes. In effect, the latter wishes to preserve his private life from his media coverage and categorically refuses to talk about it with the press. Therefore, theoutings on the arm of his wife can be counted on the fingers of one hand. In June 2010, the couple made a rare appearance at the opening night of the Tropical Greenhouses at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris.
Far from the media bustle, Laurent Romejko and Sylvie savor every moment with theour three grown children Anne (30 years old), Mathilde (28 years old) and Louis (23 years old). Very proud of these the former sidekick of Arielle Boulin-Prat and Bertrand Renard share from time to time tender shots of his little tribe. On his Instagram account, the presenter publishes adorable photos of his daughters and his son on the occasion of their birthdays. Moments lived in complete intimacy that fill Laurent Romejko with joy.
Laurent Romejko: the day he learned he was going to be a dad for the first time
A date that will remain forever etched in his memory. June 30, 1992Laurent Romejko was at the helm of his very first issue of numbers and letters. If this day marked his professional life, the same goes for his private life. And for good reason, the presenter learned that he was going to be a dad for the first time. A moment rich in emotions to which he returned during his time on the set of the show C to youFebruary 4, 2022. “I remember very well, it was a very special day. I went to bed at night with the feeling of a busy day. An hour before going on air, I learned that I was going to be a dad for the first time.and I did my first show”, he recalled. From then on, this day was very emotional. Laurent Romejko still remembers it today: “I came out at the end of the day, I said to myself ‘we’re going to have a drink therebecause the day has been busy'”he said with tenderness.
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