That house with Margriet Hermans: “My life would have been a lot easier if the man”

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In Which house receives Eric Goens this Tuesday, singer, tv presenter and mediafenomeen Margriet Hermans. Margriet is to That house come up with the idea to fully expose. “I think that people face will be with my inner life.” In the 24 hours that Margaret spends in That house, she then also no issue out of the way.

Just for them in South Africa arrived, if Margaret 64 blowing out the candles. In her room, she finds a verjaardagskaartje of her daughter Celien. Margriet has no easy relationship with her environment and her parents during her youth. Also with her daughter, that they are as aware unmarried mother, a daughter, with the often. “Same characters, you know”.

To have a rich filled life as that of Marguerite can get you a book to fill. Turbulent youth, a wrong career as a teacher, but later a successful career as a singer, TV presenter and a politician. Over the past 64 years were a bumpy path for the wayward Daisy, which is the heart on the tongue carries.

As a teenager, overweight was Margaret the bullies always one step ahead, by providing them with her well-known style in place. Ever she weighed 148 pounds. In the year 2000, she had no other choice than a drastic vermageringsoperatie. “My life would be much easier to have been as a man. A fat man is fun, a fat woman is stupid.”

Margriet has all sides of the spectrum seen. A number of wrong choices, pushed her into a depression, and there followed a series of suicide attempts. But they pulled themselves together and decided the past to erase. On her 31st, she was as a singer discovered by Marc Dex and from then it goes very fast. They scored with hits such as All men are as ugly and as a TV presenter in her own talk show With Margaret at the sea. They grew to be one of the most popular artists in Flanders, a battering ram at any stage. During this period, taught Margaret how there ” in the wings of the Flemish showbizz. “There were some vetzakskes around, you know,” she says about this.

Margriet was a BOMB, a deliberately single mother. But the search for a suitable father was not self-evident, she explains in the nursery. Her requirements were particular. Finally, they test in the sports room. Confirms the health report of the sportdokter the age of her recent birthday? Or is there an alarm? And who is that new friend that Margriet in That house anywhere follow?

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