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The producer of the Most beautiful life has to indicate in an interview if Laëtitia Milot could make his return in the series
It is now very many years that a More beautiful life exists. Maybe not as much as the Fires of love but, despite all that, the soap opera of France 3 starts to get closer to it over the years. Well, during these same years, the series has seen to hatch a lot of its actors. Proof is with Laëtitia Milot.
The one who played the role of the waitress in the bar of Rolland, Mélanie Rinato, has done a very beautiful path since his departure. Because yes, after having served his role of season 1 to 14, she made the choice to fly with its own wings and leave the team.
But the mom of Lyana seems to want to come back in a More beautiful life. As recalled by Téléstar, she was a part, to Télépoche, of his desire to come back in February last: “It should move. Normally, in February, I would know when I could resume my role “.
However, with the crisis of the Covid-19, the plans of the young mother have not yet been able to reach. All the more that, according to the producer of the soap opera, it would not be any question of a return.
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Laëtitia Milot could not return immediately into a More beautiful life
“Another sea serpent is the return of Laetitia Milot, several times announced. Is this part of the project ? “Asked the media to Geraldine’s Son-in-law about a possible return of the actress in the series.
The producer of” More beautiful the life, responding: ” Not this day “… Four little words are enough to put an end to the hopes of some fans. Obviously, the return of “Melanie Rinato” don’t seem to be recognised.
Indeed, it would seem that it may not be ever see the light of day. Especially if the series ends in the next few years, as they say of the rumors. But to this point, Géraldine Gendre has been fairly reassuring:
“Yes, when” More beautiful the life ” will no longer be hearing, the question might arise. But I don’t know of any broadcaster who would be willing to give up a program that brings together 3.5 million viewers every day… “