Is Cyril Féraud the ideal son-in-law for his mother-in-law?

Cyril Féraud spoke about his status as an ideal son-in-law, referring to his own mother-in-law.

Cyril Féraud is no longer a heart to take. If he had already mentioned his romantic situation in 2018, the host of “Slam” of France 3 again gave a clue about his private life Monday at the microphone of Europe 1 in “… did good”. The one who rarely talks about his life outside the television sets has been questioned about his status as the “ideal son-in-law of millions of mothers” which sticks out his skin. The one who debuted on France 3 11 years ago then spoke about his own mother-in-law, confirming that he was still in a relationship despite himself. To know if she considered him the ideal son-in-law, he replied: “You have to ask him, but I think so”. “And then ‘ideal son-in-law’ doesn’t really mean much. Is it me? Or is it Camille Combal? Is it Vincent Ceruttî ”, he added to close the subject.

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It was in the magazine “Nous Deux” in 2018 that Cyril Féraud had confirmed for the first time to be in a relationship. “My loves are going well, thank you”, he had explained, adding that it was “not easy” for him “to have a private life when you come home at night after having turned six shows”. “I can reconcile the two, but it’s complicated,” he still confided. Regarding his modesty with regard to his secret garden, he explained: “I remain discreet, because I sincerely think that it does not interest anyone to know who I sleep with. I expose myself sufficiently to the antenna so as not to invade the magazines. ”

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