At the dawn of her 60th birthday, Isabel Otero who was the star of the iconic series “Diane, femme cop” has found serenity. A committed woman, a woman in love, a happy and proud grandmother, the actress of “Crimes Parfaits” came out of silence to recall the importance of the right to abortion and the freedom to dispose of her body…
The sad news in the United States prompted Isabel Otero to speak this Monday, May 10, on her Instagram account. While the debates around theabortion are raging across the Atlantic, the actress paid a vibrant tribute to his mother, Clotilde Vauthier, died at the age of 28, after a clandestine abortion. A drama that recalls the terrible consequences linked to the ban on abortion.
In a long message illustrated by a beautiful portrait of her mother, Isabel Otero reveals the painful circumstances of her death. “We are not born a mother, we become one… Mama you left a clandestine abortion, so young at 28 and by this gesture, in your decision, I know the will to be able to hug your two granddaughters even more tightly in this life, which was yours…”she first wrote, before echoing the dark American news. “Todaythe same fights reappear… these mothers, these women who want to have the right to how and when to be a mother and from whom we want to take away the freedom of choice“, she regretted. And to conclude with tenderness “Today I think of you and I pay tribute to your courage…“.
Isabel Otero: Diane- female cop, companion of Hippolyte Girardot and mother of Ana Girardot
This family drama marked the childhood of Isabel Otero, born on August 5, 1962 in Rennes. The one who played the heroine Diane Carro for seven years in the TF1 series, Diane, female cop managed to heal his wounds through love. First of all with the actor Hippolyte Girardot with whom she lives a beautiful romance. of their love their daughter Ana Girardot was born in 1998 who decides to follow in her parents’ footsteps by becoming an actress. Shortly after, the couple of actors separated.
Marriage to Eric de Kermel
Isabel Otero finds love in the arms of the journalist and writer Eric de Kemel whom she married in 2010. Together they share their commitment to ecology. But their union ends in 2018.
Who is Joachim Roberfroid, Isabel Otero’s companion?
It is ultimately with Joachim Roberfroid, a 50-year-old osteopath personal development specialist and professor of energy psychology that the actress finds happiness.
Far from Paris, the lovebirds enjoy their life in the countryside. And the artist can count on his companion to heal the wounds of the past. “He helped me a lot because I had a chaotic childhood“, she explained in an interview for Galaabout their romance.
Isabel Otero, proud grandma of Jazz
On December 4, 2020, Isabel Otero becomes a grandmother for the very first time. Her daughter Ana Girardot gave birth to a baby boy named Jazz stemming from her relationship with Oscar, her childhood sweetheart.
Shortly before the birth of her grandson, the actress of Perfect Crimes on France 3confided in Tele-Star on this subject. “She found another project to reunite us with her father since she will soon make us grandparents“, she had first explained before adding: “I am extremely happy with the arrival of this child. and to be able to offer him this relationship to life and to the living“, she confided.
The day after birth, the actress had proudly shared her happiness on his Instagram account. “He was born yesterday and inevitably everything is magic. Welcome to Jazz and nice trip to you three“, she had written.
Isabel Otero: her commitment to ecology
Sensitive to the environmental cause, Isabel Otero does not hesitate to make her voice heard. During an interview in 2020 for Tele-Star, in the midst of a pandemic Covid-19, the one who left Paris did not mince words. “To me, there is urgency on all levels, both in terms of solidarity and the environmental and social. The way deprivation of liberty is currently handled is not acceptable to me.“, she had regretted.
Before calling the government into question. “We are in a global crisis. I find that the people who govern us are not listening and that Covid-19 is just a symptom of a dysfunctional society.”, she confided.