This Friday, August 5th at 9pm, TF1 broadcasts Les Touristes, Arthur’s show. Among the guests we find Camille Cerf. Miss France is often the victim of criticism of her physique and her weight gain. A few days ago, she answered a series of questions / answers on her Instagram account of hers to silence some rumors.
This Friday evening TF1 airs “Tourists”, Arthur’s show which will be attended by public figures. These “tourists” have an appointment at the National Training Center for the Gendarmerie, in Saint-Astier, in the Dordogne. For three days and two nights, candidates will train for gendarmerie missions.
Among the personalities selected by Arthur, we find sparkling wine Camille Cerf. A few days ago, on Instagram, the former Miss France posted a photo of her. In this shot of one of her stays at Château l’Hospitalet, Camille Cerf poses on a deckchair in an orange bikini. If the comments that praise its beauty are numerous, some users do not hesitate to note your weight gain, also to ask her about a possible pregnancy. Disturbing observations on several levels.
“It’s difficult, it weighs a lot on me”
During a question and answer session on Instagram on June 23, the Lille woman confided in a somewhat complicated period: weight gain that he can no longer control. “I have gained a lot of weight lately (I would say 10-15 kilos, I don’t weigh myself) due to love, stress and a hard pace.” A situation in which he no longer finds himself. The influencer no “I’m not feeling well “e it is not “recognized”.
A malaise amplified by his profession of image, as he confided on Instagram: “Some see themselves as bigger than they are and well I’m the opposite […] in everyday life I feel super thin, so it is very difficult to confront the reality of my image in a photo or on TV “.
Take refuge in food
The young woman also evokes the paradox that inhabits her: “It is difficult because even if I support the Body Positive and I find all the bodies very beautiful, I am very hard on mine”. To this malaise are added the annoyances that enclose him in the vicious circle of food. “Since I feel bad about myself, I compensate by comforting myself with food. At the moment I have a lot of work-related ailments. I hope they resolve soon so I can finally feel better in my head and then in my body.”
It is not the first time that Camille Cerf’s body has been openly criticized on social media. Around this time of last year, she asked users to stop talking about the “size of her thighs”.
Video. Camille Cerf: “I cried when I saw my photos without retouching after my year as Miss France. I didn’t think I had so much cellulite”
As for the speculation about a possible pregnancy, Camille Cerf, albeit exasperated, replied with serenity: “I admit it in these photos, there seems to be a small bidou so I think the question if you are pregnant comes from there”.
These comments are proof, if need be, that it seems legitimate to associate a woman’s pregnancy with weight gain or a slightly plump belly.
These criticisms of her physical appearance come at a stormy time for the young woman. Comments on the physique are on the one hand a form of psychological harassment and demonstrate the extent to which our society is marked by the culture of diet. In a previous interview with Yahoo Life, Inès, a young woman who suffered from anorexiashe invites people to stop commenting on others’ weight loss and weight gain, a way for her to unload some of the heavy burden of diet culture.
What if we let Camille Cerf go?
Video. “Stop Telling Someone They Lose Weight”