Very knowledgeable about his private life, Olivier Minne makes remarkable confessions about his love life. The host at Fort Boyard obviously has a relationship but wants to keep his garden a secret.
Olivier Minne may have been all over television for many years, but he remains savvy about his personal life. From his privacy, the host of Fort Boyard don’t say anything. In moderation, however, he removes the veil of his daily life from the columns of We Two. “In my fifties, I adopted a rhythm that suited me very well. I lived between Paris, Los Angeles and Brussels, where my family lived. I shared myself between the three places though, really , London, where I used to spend. Lots of time to see my grandmother, I miss her so much “said Olivier Minne. Asked about his loves today, the host of France 2 claims to have found love, “Of course, if it wasn’t terrible!”
“As a couple or not, it’s hard to change the fact that a life without love, whatever it is, is terrible. I’m lucky to be loved and I think I love the most I can”, Olivier Minne added that nothing was said about the man involved in his life. Out of love, the host at Fort Boyard is happy with his daily life. And he had no plans to be a father. “Children, I have many, all who have watched Fort Boyard for 20 years but have no responsibility to be their father, he jokes in the We Two columns. Not to mention those who, have been watching Fantastic Worlds for so long. I’m happy ‘dad’ because they’re kind to me. ”
Olivier Minne: why did he come out?
“Most seriously, I don’t want to have kids. I don’t see life as a ‘kit’ with a dog, a 4×4, with kids, at home in the suburbs … I’m not very into these format “, at last he clarified. Long wary of his sexual orientation, Olivier Minne came out in 2017 in a BuzzFeed interview. “That was not the subject of any planning or calculation. I no doubt felt the need to say it, that I did not think more about the question. It is true that there is a period of Marriage for everyone with all that it has done as a demonstration. But you know, I’m a good man, he recalls from Télé 2 Semaines. (…) I was raised in kindness. In my family, we don’t ‘give back our strawberries’. ”