Jean-Luc Reichman has been a television presenter for over 20 years.
Despite being very busy, this married man always manages to spend time with his family, especially his 6 children.
When it comes to their education, the host of the program “Les douze coups de midi” is very strict.
He is an attentive father and very involved in his children’s lives. Today,
if he is a happy father, he also owes it to his partner, director and artistic producer Nathalie Lecoultre.
It is worth noting that the couple is not married and has no plans to do so.
According to Jean-Luc, he and his partner do not feel the need to get married to be happy.
He is chosen as the favorite TV presenter by the French public, and it’s not surprising.
Indeed, the father of six children has clearly stated that he devotes himself fully to each program.
As usual, the star is always cheerful on set.
In terms of earnings, he receives a monthly salary of €125,000 for hosting his show, which amounts to an annual income of €1.5 million. Additionally, he receives compensation as an actor.
When Jean-Luc is not hosting his shows, he describes himself as a caring father to his family. With his large household, life is not always easy.
However, the presenter is strict in various aspects. According to him, regardless of their situation, his children must receive a quality education focused on good manners.
He is particularly demanding. He expects his children to actively participate in household chores, keep their rooms tidy, and so on. However, the host admits that this can be challenging at times.
Despite his busy schedule, the presenter never puts his children in the background. His partner also proves this: “The children are very attached to us, they tell us everything. I believe we will always maintain this bond of complicity.”
To further strengthen this bond, Jean-Luc Reichman sets strict rules at home. “When we manage to all sit together at the table, there are 8 of us, sometimes even 12 with friends, sharing a meal.”
Thus, if they decide to bring cell phones into the equation, the situation would quickly become unmanageable. It is an excellent way to make children aware of their responsibility.