After years of war, Sylvie Tellier appears on Instagram with Geneviève de Fontenay… for the announcement of a terrible death

This Thursday 23 June, Sylvie Tellier shared a meaningful snapshot on her Instagram account to pay tribute to Yves Coppens, president of the jury during his election as Miss France in December 2001.

It’s not no longer a secret for anyone… Between Sylvie Tellier and Geneviève De Fontenay, it’s war. For years, the former beauty queen and the lady in the hat have been tearing themselves apart at the slightest opportunity. A few days ago, the former president of the Miss France Committee reacted violently to the announcement of the departure of Miss France 2002. Interviewed by France Dimanche, the latter launched: “I still have not digested what she has done to me in recent years , so I’m not going to cry for her ”, before discussing the finances of her rival. “She is not to be pitied financially. She will have earned much more money than me! “ And to conclude: ” His dismissal does not make me hot or cold. “

Thus, Geneviève De Fontenay does not intend to forgive Sylvie Tellier anytime soon. And if she is still so upset against the businesswoman, it is above all because of the centenary: “Especially when she invited all the former Misses to come and celebrate this so-called centenary, while the very first election dates from 1927. It hasn’t been 100 years! »

Sylvie Tellier heartbroken

The general manager of the Miss France company, meanwhile, made the decision to put her grudges aside on this tragic day. Yves Coppens, famous paleontologist, died at the age of 87 years. The co-discoverer of Lucy was notably present as president of the jury on the day of the election of Sylvie Tellier as Miss France. Touched by the death of the face of French paleontology, the pretty blonde wished to pay tribute to him by sharing a tender snapshot dating from December 8 2002. Photo on which we can also see Geneviève De Fontenay adjusting the scarf of Miss France 2002. “ Bon voyage Yves Coppens. And thank you for having changed my life forever Mr. President “, she wrote in story Instagram. A heartbreaking message.

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