“A healthy lifestyle that…

One of the most fashionable actresses of the moment, Audrey Fleurot is in high demand among film and television professionals. A status which obviously has its advantages… but also its disadvantages, particularly in terms of lifestyle. The native of Mantes-la-Jolie explained it bluntly.

While the general public is beginning to know her especially for her already cult role as Morgane Alvaro in “HPI”, Audrey Fleurot is changing her mind. Eager not to be confined to the famous TF1 series, to the point of fearing doing “one season too many”, the actress is starring in another series, “Infiltré(e)”, this time on France 2.

Audrey Fleurot cash on her not easy pace of life

Between all that and her other projects, the mother of little Lou is quite busy… or even a little too busy. Recently invited to Michel Drucker’s red sofa, whose behavior she wanted to salute, she thus confided in the difficulty of maintaining a sometimes frantic pace. And inevitably, lifestyle suffers:

Drucker: “You were never home for months, right? »

Fleurot: “Yes, I tried to regroup as much as possible. On the last day of Departed, the next day I started season 3 of HPI. It’s not easy… I said to myself: ‘I’m not sure I’ll do it again’. Because at the same time it’s complicated, but when you like the projects that come to you… I’m very happy and very proud to have done it. Afterwards it’s true that it’s special, the life that goes with it« .

For the actress, it’s ultimately being often alone and far from family that is difficult to manage, as well as the impact on social life:

The fact of never being at home goes with a bit of austerity anyway, because in the evening you have all the next day’s text to learn so you don’t go out. I compare (this daily life) a little to high-level athletes, it’s still a healthy lifestyle which means that it’s not fun every day.

In these conditions, Audrey Fleurot still has an escape: sport. And when she’s not overwhelmed by her schedule, she tries to do as much as possible to free her body and mind. In any case, this is what she told Doctissimo:

I still do quite a bit, because it’s a priority, and has been for a very long time. I try to do it every day as much as possible, even if it’s quite rare that I manage to carve out this time.. It’s especially during filming that it’s complicated. After 9 p.m., I’m not going to run 10 kilometers… or set an alarm for 5 a.m., to do my session from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m..

If the life of a star of the small and big screen is obviously full of advantages, particularly financial, it is not easy to absorb the pace of life that goes with it. Audrey Fleurot knows this very well, and she did not hesitate to talk about it without taboo. In any case, one thing is certain: this high cadence does not prevent it from being imperial on screen!

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