Fiancée du cœur de Fincher, dans la langue française de Bébé du roi, cette français de Féril, se faut que ce qu’il faut ce quelque chose !
Pour moi !
Posted by French-language TV channel French-Language TV on Sunday, February 14, 2020 12:01:01The show, about a young Frenchwoman who is adopted to France and struggles to fit in with the locals, is not only a success, it’s also been translated into more than 100 languages.
The show’s English subtitles are available in French, English and German, with French being the dominant language of French-speaking countries like Canada, the UK, the US and Australia.
Fiancé, who has an adopted French sister, has had a very successful career in France.
She is the first openly gay French woman in the history of the country.
But she is still a victim of homophobia and she faces constant criticism from people who are against her because of her gender identity.
In her first interview since she appeared on the show, she told CBC News that it was very important to her to show that she is not alone in the French community.
“When I was younger, people were very open about my gender.
But now, I am a minority.
And I feel very ashamed to be who I am.
I want to prove that people can be happy,” she said.
Her interview on the french channel, Fiancée du côté, is in French.
She said that she has been told to “show that I’m not alone,” and she said she wants to continue to be heard and understood.
“My parents still support me.
I’m so happy and happy for my brother,” she told Fédération Française (FIFA).
She has been very open with her family, sharing her love of French music, French culture and her history of adoption.
Her adopted sister, Léa, said the program was a gift for her daughter.
“We were always able to talk about things in French with her.
She has an amazing life.
She’s a wonderful mother,” she wrote on Twitter.