Rare and severe infection: Marie-Sophie Lacarrau explains why they are not in the antenna

Marie-Sophie Lacarrau, TF1 13H news presenter, presented her news in a video in which she takes note of her long absence on the air.

“I’m doing my best to get back as soon as possible,” she said in a Twitter post this weekend. Two months have passed since Marie-Sophie Lacarrau ceased to appear on the air 13H de TF1. An absence that lingers and worries many viewers.

The reporter first thanked the internet users for their support and explained that she had an eye infection that forced her to wear sunglasses. “It protects my eye, which is still fragile. I don’t want to go into my case, I want to answer anyone who asks me to understand my long absence. “An eye infection is a rare and serious infection that needs long-term treatment,” she explained.

The return date has not been announced yet. There, the journalist continues to be replaced by Jacques Legros, who was replaced by Julien Arnaud during his holiday last week.

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