Invited on the C à vous set this Friday, October 7, Michel Drucker returned to the death of Elizabeth II. The host was often quoted on Her Majesty’s death.
Michel Drucker is a real miracle. After experiencing serious health problems for many months, the host has just celebrated his 80th birthday, almost in better shape than ever. Television, radio, theatre… he is indescribable and doesn’t have a day off! And the longevity of the host of Vivement dimanche fascinates as amuses. Often carried away for his age, Michel Drucker was again at the beginning of September, when Elizabeth II died at the age of 96. On September 8, while the world was mourning Her Majesty, many Internet users took the opportunity to wink at the host. On social networks, they had a blast by posting funny messages, hilarious photo-montages and schoolboy jokes.
“It is therefore a final which will oppose Michel Drucker to Jean Marie le Pen. May the best man win”, “And it is Michel Drucker who wins this part of Highlander, we congratulate him!”, “There was only Queen Elizabeth II who made me doubt but now I’m sure the only true immortal remains Michel Drucker”, could we read in particular on Twitter. Invited on the set of C to you this Friday, October 7, precisely to talk about his secrets of youth, Michel Drucker had fun. “I feel very sad since she is no longer there Elizabeth IIexplained the presenter. I feel a bit alone. It’s true that these social networks, when I’m Queen of England, it amuses me a lot.”
Michel Drucker experienced “a descent into hell”
To keep in shape, Michel Drucker adheres to a very strict diet and follows intense sports sessions five days a week. In the columns of Télé Star, he explained that he loved to keep moving. Rower, bike, bodybuilding… : “I followed the same training rhythm as the one I followed during my rehabilitation. I do one hour of sport a day, rowing, with the device that Jean-Claude Killy gave me; I I have my abs mat and I have my bike”. Michel Drucker has therefore come a long way. In September 2020, he underwent triple bypass surgery to unclog his arteries and was hospitalized for several weeks before undergoing lengthy rehabilitation. A period of anxiety for the facilitator.
“When I was hospitalized, in 2020, for the infectious endocarditis which almost killed me, it came back in force, probably because of the morphine. I saw myself again, as a child in Bodiffé, in Brittany, where my parents had been able to hide.The silhouette of a German officer leaned over me, it was very frightening. There were also those nights when I relived all the eras of my career for sixty years. These months in the hospital now feel like a descent into hell,” he remembered with great emotion in the columns of Paris Match. At the hospital, Michel Drucker lived through trying days. “In the depths of my anguish, I said to myself: ‘Why be afraid, I will see Jean and my parents again’, he added. I who am not in these reflections, I found myself believing in the ‘after’.”
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Death of Elizabeth II: the surprising reason why Michel Drucker now feels “lonely”
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