Through Laura D’Angelo
– Published on 24 Jan 2023 at 09:30
During an interview for Psychologies, Mélissa Theuriau confided in the complicated relationship of her parents.
In love as on the first day, Mélissa Theuriau shares the life of Jamel Debbouze. Married since 2008, she is the mother of Léon and Lila. Children who make their parents happy, as the comedian described it: ” Mélissa and I have a certain personality and our children look like us. Today, they have seen us live, they have seen us evolve, they have seen us interact and I have the impression that they are trying to be like us. And I think that the best way to transmit is precisely not to try to transmit and to be as close as possible to oneself. This is what makes us serve as an example “.
Mélissa Theuriau confides in her parents and their complicated relationship
If she forms a tight-knit couple with the actor, Mélissa Theuriau did not have the chance to see her parents fulfilled. Indeed, during an interview for Psychologies, she returned to the complicated relationship between her father and her mother. ” My parents did what they could, but I never saw them love each other. My mother, no doubt by social convention, certainly said to herself that she should stay ‘for the children’. My father belongs to that generation of modest men who don’t say when things are going wrong. So they pretended, and they stayed together“. She was then confronted under [ses] eyes to a couple model that didn’t work”
Melissa Theuriau for her part, spoke about her couple in the last issue of Psychologies. ” We talk to each other a lot, we trust each other immenselyit’s a cement that means that we can disagree, or even want to live things separately, and then miss each other in order to find each other better“, she confided.
“Never be like them”
Mélissa Theuriau describes what she was faced with: “ They respected each other, got along intellectually, laughed, and that’s already very strong, but I never perceived any love or tenderness between themshe continued to explain. As a teenager, I said to myself: ‘Never do like them. If one day you want children, don’t think for them’“. A situation that has made her grow and that she does not want to reproduce with her husband. ” We talk to each other a lot, we trust each other immenselyit’s a cement that means that we can disagree, or even want to experience things separately, and then miss each other in order to find each other better“, she confided.