Cindy Fabre announces that she is separated from her longtime companion and father of her son!

The big announcement fell at the end of August 2022. Seventeen years after inheriting the crown of Miss France 2005, Cindy Fabré takes the lead. The pretty 36-year-old brunette thus replaces Sylvie Tellier at the head of the famous competition – while Alexia Laroche-Joubert remains its president. A nice consecration for the beauty queen! In interview for our colleagues from the magazine Paris here currently on newsstands, she talks about this new experience. But that’s not all: Cindy Fabre takes the opportunity to talk about her private life with her son Elio… and that’s it! The beautiful announces having broken up with her longtime companion.

On September 1, 2022, many schoolchildren were returning to school. This is the case of young Elio, born from the love of Cindy Fabre and a certain Jean-Marc. “Elio has just entered CM2. He loves school and walked through the gate without even looking at me (laughs). He is a very nice and jovial 9 year old boy. What a joy to have her by my side.“, rejoices the young mother, visibly fulfilled. But what about the father of her son? Well, he is following his own path now. “I’m separated from her daddy and we have joint custody“, reveals the pretty brunette without however mentioning her current love life. A news that she has just shared, but which some suspected. On social networks, very few traces of Jean-Marc, even though Cindy Fabre posts without limit of sweet accomplice photos with the young Elio.

Today, the young thirty-something is focused on something else: her new role as director of the Miss France committee. “I am pleasantly surprised and very enthusiastic about the idea of ​​taking up this new challenge. To be honest, I didn’t apply. This position came naturally to me because, since 2005, I have remained in the world of competitionsshe says. I held regional delegations, worked in events to support municipalities and proposed new concepts each year to develop the brand.“In the end, it is only the consecration of a long-term work!

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