Ophélie Meunier is unfortunately no longer a heart to take. Since 2016, the M6 ​​host has shared her life with Mathieu Vergne, director of flow programs at TF1. The two lovebirds passed the ring on February 14, 2018 at the town hall of the 17th arrondissement of Paris. The following year, the young woman gave birth to their first child, a boy named Joseph.

Usually very discreet about her private life, Ophélie Meunier returned to the columns of Paris Match on her love life. “After the blessing that was our marriage, I feel that we form a real home. I am so proud to be able to say ‘my husband’ or to be called Mrs. Meunier-Vergne, had confided the presenter of Zone forbidden. Even though I am very balanced and happy, sometimes a cumulus comes to hide the sun from me. I call Mathieu, we talk, and I’m better. I need him to take care of me, as I can do it with him”, she confided to our colleagues in 2019.

The former model took the opportunity to make a beautiful declaration of love to her husband. “My gauge is the incredible depth of my commitment, of my feelings towards him. He is half of me as I am half of him. Our similarities, as numerous as our differences, merge to fuel our relationship, and I will make sure to preserve this until the end”.

On January 23, 2022, M6 broadcast the report in Forbidden Zone called “Faced with the danger of radical Islam” on M6. A program carried by the journalist Ophélie Meunier who made a lot of noise but not only since the young woman was the victim of death threats before being placed under police protection.

In an interview with our colleagues from ELLE, Ophélie Meunier mentioned this case for the first time. “I am convinced that I did my job. I never said to myself: I messed up. What happened is proof that journalism touches on sensitive subjects and that we need them more than ever. explore. In addition, I have been touched by the support I have received, publicly or in private”, she declared and continued: “Learning to digest the violence of insults and threats… I was accompanied, surrounded, protected, which helped me get through this period as well as possible. Today, I’m fine, I have no consequences from all that. We communicated a lot with my family, my parents, my brothers and sisters… Honestly, no one wants to go through this and I don’t wish it on anyone, but there is much more serious matter.