REPORT – The animator and heritage defender is releasing a new book, Secrets of the Elysée. The opportunity to be invited to his home in Eure-et-Loir, a former military college backed by an abbey. A site that he has been renovating since 2012 and that he returns to whenever his activities give him a break. Visit.
Special envoy to Thiron-Gardais
For a bit, Stephane Bern would receive in Aigle boots, dressed in a jacket of gentleman farmer, checkered cap screwed on the skull. Isn’t his orchard carpeted with quinces fallen from the tree? Since’he left with a bang his mansion of 9e Parisian district to join Thiron-Gardais, in Eure-et-Loir, the host continues to sing the praises of his new country life.
Let’s be clear: Stéphane Bern does not spend his evenings by the fireside, meditating on the virtues of gardening or village life. It took more than a month to find a reporting date, as the host is engaged in shooting films or shows, including abroad. But his new home, a former military college backed by a beautiful abbey, has become his anchor. When he’s not out and about, or at his publisher’s in Paris to sign his new book on Secrets of the Elyséeit’s here…