The next episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us promise to be heartbreaking. While Clémentine’s lifeless body is about to be found by the police, Chloe will have the difficult task of telling Maxime the terrible news.
Warning, this episode contains many spoilers for the next episodes of Tomorrow is ours. If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on.
While investigators will soon discover the corpse of Clémentine (Linda Hardy), the death of the former high school sports teacher Paul-Valéry will shake more than one character in the next episodes of Tomorrow belongs to us. And more particularly Maxime (Clément Rémiens) who had lived a passionate relationship with her.
Remember, three years ago, Clémentine made a replacement at the Paul-Valéry high school. On the occasion of Maxime’s training for the half-marathon, the student and his teacher fell head over heels in love. If she was married and the mother of a family, Maxime was a minor.
Despite their attempts to resist, their feelings had been stronger than anything and the forbidden lovers had finally decided to defy the gaze of others to live their story in broad daylight. But Clémentine’s accident slowly brought the couple to an end.
If this love story fascinated fans of the successful daily TF1, the couple ended up putting an end to their romance and remained rather on good terms. But the tragic death of Clémentine should bring back many memories to the Delcourt son.
According to a new video previewed on MYTF1, Chloe (Ingrid Chauvin) calls Maxime to tell him about the tragedy. “I would like to talk to you about Clémentine. I don’t have good news“She tells him. As he tries to find out if the police have finally found the one he loved so much, Chloe responds,”Yesterday evening yes. “. And continue uncomfortably,”She is dead. I know how much you cared for her baby. “.
After a long silence, Maxime asks “Do we know how it happened? “.”No, I don’t have the details. It was Xavier who warned me. But it was someone who killed her. Are you going to be okay Maxime?“She retorts. Stunned, the young man reassures his mother but specifies however,”I expected it but it’s still a shock. […] I’ll get over it but it’s hard. It’s still my first love. “. After saying goodbye to his mother, Maxime hangs up the vague in the soul.
Will the budding chef confide in Clémentine’s death to his comrades at the Auguste Armand institute in Here everything begins? Unless he comes to Sète in Tomorrow belongs to us to pay a last tribute to his first love. Answer soon on TF1.