Sophie Davant’s Summer Vacations
It’s the earthquake of the market. It is now official, Sophie Davant, journalist and radio and television presenter, will join Europe 1 from August 28th. “With a heavy heart I had to choose, and you know it: choosing is renouncing! Renouncing the Affaire conclue show that I have carried with immense pleasure, to the team and the incredible meetings with all of you has caused some sleepless nights…”, she made known on Instagram, after the announcement by press release. While Julia Vignali is about to take her place at the helm of Affaire conclue, Sophie Davant, on the other hand, will host from Monday to Friday, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sophie & Les Copains.
It was almost a year ago, in August 2022, that Sophie Davant and William Leymergie officially announced their idyll. And it is on the beaches of Pampelonne in the Var department, not far from the Ramatuelle festival where the shows follow one another, that the two presenters decided not to hide anymore. Busy holidays since the couple did not just tan on the beach. Away from the high life, Sophie Davant and William Leymergie were surprised between walks hand in hand on the beach, swimming, and paddle sessions… Simplicity and sport are the watchwords of their summer program. And culture. Those who have forged links since their first meeting on the set of Télématin, the show presented by the presenter and for which Sophie Davant was hired as an intern, years ago, were also seen at the Ramatuelle festival.
Normandy, Her Paradise
Before sharing her life with William Leymergie, the new star of Europe 1 already preferred calm to tumult to spend her summer. The former wife of Pierre Sled often went to Normandy. “I need nature, greenery, sea and I’m lucky to have a small house in Normandy where I go to recharge very often, when I can,” she told France Bleu in 2021. Regarding this corner of paradise, she then specified: “There is this mix of countryside and sea that I love, with meadows that end at the beach and the sea. You can take long walks on the beach. There are large stretches of sand to walk at low tide. ” The presenter, originally from Bordeaux, therefore preferred Normandy, of which she fell under the charm, to Cap Ferret. She has acquired a property located in Villerville, between Trouville-sur-Mer and Honfleur, “a charming village, as if cut off from the world” where she likes to spend her holidays.