An extension of sick leave.

Marie-Sophie Lacarrau will not find the controls of the

13 Hours 

of TF1 before Monday February 28, at best.

"Marie-Sophie Lacarrau's ophthalmic concerns are keeping her away from the air for some time yet," TF1 announced on Twitter.

“We wish her a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing her again!

“, also indicated the channel.

Indeed, I still have to wait before I can meet you at 1 p.m. on @TF1


Thank you for your so many messages of support 🙏


In the meantime, I know you are in good hands with Jacques Legros and the whole team.

See you soon !

https://t.co/8vJVZPR4WF

— Marie-Sophie Lacarrau (@MSLacarrau) January 25, 2022

An absence which forces TF1 to organize itself, the successor of Jean-Pierre Pernaut has been absent since December 17, 2021. Jacques Legros, who is entering his sixth week of replacement, will take over until Friday February 18 inclusive.

Julien Arnaud, journalist on LCI and joker for Gilles Bouleau at

20 Heures

, will take the chair at 1

3 Heures

the week of February 21 to 25.

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