Ophelia Meunier and her husband Mathieu Vergne, accomplices to the good cause

They are united in the fight. The October 7, 2019, the who’s who of French celebrities gathered to join the useful to the pleasant : dinner at the Pavillon Cambon-Capucines in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, intended especially support the Foundation ARC – the Association for cancer research. It must be said that the figures are alarming. In 2019, the agency reports a total of 32 women dying every day in France, suffering from cancer of the breast. In the hope to speed things up in the laboratory, Ophelia Miller was accompanied by her husband Mathieu Vergne, alongside Roselyne Bachelot, Joyce Jonathan, Firmine Richard, Marina Hands, Keren Ann , or Gwendoline Hamon and Marie-Amélie Seigner.

The date of The event was not chosen randomly, since the beginning to the end of the month, the country is decorated with a ribbon in the colors of pink October. It is therefore in the hope of funding for sti projects that Claude Tendil (chairman of the Foundation, CRA) and François Dupré (its general manager) have organized the event. Year ode to gourmet prepared by the head of Stéphanie Le Quellec, followed by an auction and a raffle. All overseen by two sponsors : Denis Brogniart – with his wife, Hortense, to the arm – and Anne-Claire Coudray. Their combined efforts were not in vain, because the evening raised 265 000 euros allocated to research on cancer of the breast.

Fanny Leeb live in concert-exclusive to the ARC

The festivities will be concluded in the emotion. At the end of the dinner the CRA, Fanny Leeb has entered a micro to interpret, in a piano voice, a few songs from her new album Fearless. A performance at double resonance, the young woman of 33 years old who have beaten the disease diagnosed by the doctors in December 2018. I swim, I walk with my dog every day. I’m doing yoga. Mild activities because all of this left me fairly depressed, it was explained it to Gala. I lost weight, muscle strength, but I feel that I recovered little by little. I’m not in a rush.”