April 15, 2024

Marion Rousse, time to say goodbye

The time has come to turn the page on 2023. On this December 31, many celebrities have already said goodbye to the year that is ending, hoping that the next one will be a pleasant one. Marion Rousse, for example, posted a message on her social networks to bid an early welcome to 2024, a year she looks forward to with optimism.

Ciao 2023. Hello 2024. Julian Alaphilippe’s c…

The time has come to turn the page on 2023. On this December 31, many celebrities have already said goodbye to the year that is ending, hoping that the next one will be a pleasant one. Marion Rousse, for example, posted a message on her social networks to bid an early welcome to 2024, a year she looks forward to with optimism.

Ciao 2023. Hello 2024. Julian Alaphilippe’s companion chose this simple phrase to accompany a photo of herself gazing into the distance. And the next twelve months will once again be busy ones for her. She will, of course, be keeping a very close eye on the season of her boyfriend, who, after a complicated year in 2023, is hoping to return to the limelight.

Another busy summer

A spotlight that could come from the Tour de France, which the Soudal Quick-Step rider is likely to contest next summer, while Marion Rousse will once again be behind the microphone at France Télévisions, where she will continue to be the key consultant alongside Laurent Jalabert. The mother of little Nino will then move on to the women’s edition of the Grande Boucle, in her capacity as event director.

The Paris Olympic Games should also keep her busy, with the time trial and road race scheduled for July 27 and August 3 respectively. The former French road cycling champion in 2012 is sure to keep her 350,000 subscribers up to date.