The ex-Miss France Camille Cerf made heartbreaking secrets to her subscribers on June 23 during a question and answer session on Instagram. The one who believes that she has gained “10-15 kilos” no longer “recognizes herself”.
Having been Miss France does not prevent having complexes. It is in particular the confidence that Camille Cerf on Instagram this June 23. The 27-year-old young woman took part in a series of questions and answers with her subscribers, and delivered, in complete transparency, a detail of her new daily life. After gaining weight, the Calaisienne no longer feels comfortable in her body. A negative self-image which contrasts with her status as a beautiful woman, a label that weighs on her: “It’s difficult because even if I advocate the Body Positive and that I find all the bodies very beautiful, I am very hard with mine“, confided the beauty queen. And social networks do not help: “And being one more Miss France on the networks is difficult. Because we compare ourselves to everyone all the time“, she then clarifies.
In question, a weight gain of “10-15 kg“explains the companion of the model Théo Fleury. But she does not know exactly because she “not [se] don’t weigh“, she hastens to add. A real discomfort for the one who was elected Miss France 2015: “Some see themselves bigger than they are and well me it’s the opposite“, she laments. The reason for this physical transformation? Camille Cerf attributes it to the vagaries of life, which has not smiled on her lately: “because of the love, the stress and the fast pace“, she explains. And the image she has built does not help her to recover: “In everyday life, I feel super thin so it is very difficult when I am confronted with the reality of my image in photography or on TV. I don’t recognize myself and it weighs on me a lot“.
Camille Cerf: “It’s a vicious circle”
But another factor contributes to Camille Cerf’s discomfort. Her professional life gives him a hard time. This bad patch, which adds to the complexes that undermine the morale of the young woman. Bad vibes that she evacuates while eating, she explains, compulsively: “It’s a vicious circle because like I feel bad about myself, I compensate by comforting myself with food. I have a lot of work-related annoyances right now. I hope they will settle quickly so that I can finally feel better in my head and then in my body“. After training in management and commerce, Camille Cerf was destined for the field of communication, and wanted to become a press officer before her election. She is now fashion designer and owns her own brand of lingeriePom’Pear.