Every year, he teaches good manners to candidates for the Miss France election. Jérémy Côme changes his hat today to present "QCM", the "Quiz du Chrétien en Marche", every Saturday at 19:30 pm on KTO, the Catholic channel of the PAF. This practicing Christian has a very uninhibited relationship with religion. "I want to convey the image of the funny catho. Too often we have the image: "if yougo to Mass on Sunday, you can't dance on Saturday night on a table". I want to demonstrate the opposite, "he confides on the set of "Buzz TV" this Monday.
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This expert in the rules of decorum noted some protocol errors during Charles III's stay in France last week. Especially in President Macron's tactile gestures towards the British sovereign. "Obviously, they get along very, very well," jokes Jérémy Côme. "It was very uninhibited," he comments before returning to the state dinner that took place in the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles. "The table was not set as you have to set a table. The towel was not in the right place. Maybe I'm the nerdy one but I have trouble understanding why the tablecloth was beige and not white. The glasses were oddly positioned, he lists. It was also very joyful and maybe wanted the rules not to be as strict as when it was Queen Elizabeth, "nuances the one who commented on the wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on television.
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Jérémy Côme recalls the two ways of setting a table: French or English. For last week's state dinner, the two were mixed according to our specialist. "When a foreign king or head of state comes to France, we should apply the French rules more," he said. "Overall, the guests behaved well," he insists even if Jérémy Côme regretted the mobile phone and selfies on the red carpet. "We are in 2023, we must live with the times but there are some efforts to be made in relation to the situation and the framework in which we are," he explains.