Sophie (Koh-Lanta 2019) separated from the dad of her daughter : “It was a shock,”

Hunger, hygiene non-existent, the fatigue… For some adventurers of Koh-Lanta, the war of the heads (TF1) these physical tests are nothing compared to the lack of loved ones. This is the case for Sophie, who suffers not to have news of his little Anita 5-year-old. With our colleagues in France on Sunday, the adventurer and entrusts himself to this topic and also discusses her break up with the father of the girl.

If some have always dreamed of to participate in Koh-Lanta, Sophie decided to send his application after his break-up. “I needed to do something for me (…). I am told that Koh-Lanta was perfect for it, she says. This year, I separated from the dad of my daughter and it has caused a kind of click. It was someone very important in my life. We lived seven years together, and built projects such as launch my magazine female kiteboarding.

Finally, after so many years of love, they broke up. “This separation was a shock, as if one of the pillars that kept me standing was collapsed“, she says. However, she remains on good terms with the father of Anita. In fact, it has even “encouraged to live [his] adventure background“. “It has freed me, “she assures. He knows my flaws and knows that I sometimes have problems of confidence in me.

If she has overcome this rupture, kitesurfeuse 34-year-old suffered the separation from his daughter during the shooting. “I usually go on a journey without it for my work, but to be without news, do not know how she feels, or if she had a nightmare, it was terrible, “says Sophie. I only had one fear : that she will forget me.” On his return from Fiji, the adventurer has reserved a nice surprise to Anita in him from the look to the school. “She became closer to me and put his hands on my face, wondering if I was real. She enfolded me in a very loud and started to cry of joy, “remembers Sophie. An intense moment full of emotion !

An interview to find it in full in the magazine France dimanche, currently on newsstands.