Weird News "The 12 noon strokes": the upsetting testimony of a candidate, dad of an autistic child
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Sunday July 31, 2022, Nicolas, the current Master of Midi, was confronted with Kévin, a candidate who came to face him in the 12 noon on TF1. The latter then confided in his daddy's daily life of an autistic child.
Thedid not say his last word in . Sunday, July 31, 2022, he was once again present on the set of TF1 to try to discover the celebrity that hides behind the mysterious star. But before arriving there, the young man was confronted with three other candidates: Isadora of Orleans, dietician, Céline, creator of content on social networks with hair worthy of the most beautiful princesses of Disney, and Kévin des Hauts -Deine. The latter came in the company of his son, present in the public. The young teenager, named Alexandre, wanted to offer a small gift to the teams of 12 noon: an organizer. A present that affected Jean-Luc Reichmann, especially since it is also an educational tool for the son of Kévin, who suffers from autism.
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"His mother stopped working to stay with him"
The candidate of the 12 noon strokes wished to testify on the sometimes difficult daily life of his son: "Alexandre is autistic. His mother stopped To work to stay with him. And as she is the teacher of schools, she makes him class, she taught him to read, to write, to count. She also makes him creative workshops. " An overwhelming testimony that could only touch Jean-Luc Reichmann, defender of children's rights. "I am very touched by this gift. Thank you very much to you. In addition, you came with cakes [...] that also made your wife. Thank you for your generosity," said the host. A very moving sequence for the public and viewers who obviously remember, who had entrusted on the set of TF1 to be reached syndrome. For the media , the young man confided in his daily on September 4, 2020: "I do not say that it does not rot the daily life, that we do not look like, that we are angry, that we are edgy, but in a 10 times stronger way than everyone. we seem sick for others, myself sometimes I say to myself: 'I have the 'Sick spirit, I don't feel good.' But it's not a disease strictly speaking, that's what I mean. "
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