Fans of Tomorrow belongs to us, or DNA for friends, will be delighted. Laëtitia Milot joins the successful series of TF1 as a guest. The actress started filming in Sète on Monday, and she also gave some clues about her character.

"I play Angelique, Sara's aunt. She returns to Sète to spend time with her. It's a character I've never played until now. I think you'll be surprised! She has a big secret. He is a very interesting character, who has a great range of feelings and emotions. It's an emotional lift with her," she told Télé Loisirs.

A healthy break

The actress is very happy to participate in what she defines as "a quality series". After becoming known from 2004 to 2018 as a waitress at the bar Le Mistral run by Roland Marci, played by Michel Cordes, who died this month, in Plus belle la vie, she returns to a sunny series.

Meanwhile, Laëtitia Milot took a "voluntary break" to raise her daughter, whom she managed to have after endometriosis problems. "I'm lucky to have had a little girl. I toured a lot during his first three years. I wanted to make the most of her. It's my priority, my little miracle. I enjoyed the little moments of life with her (...) Those were two great years. I said no to several projects to devote myself fully to them. And it is with great pleasure that I return to this series, "concluded Laëtitia Milot.

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