Marion Jolles is a French journalist and a television personality who gained fame for presenting Automoto on TF1 alongside Denis Brogniart every Sunday morning since 2005. Jolles is married to F1 racer Romain Grosjean who walked away from F1's scariest crash in decades.
Marion Jolles's Married life with Romain Grosjean
Marion Jolless has been married to a Swiss racing driver Romain Grosjean. They walked down the aisle in 2012 in Chamonix, France. The lovebirds have been dating since 2008 when Romain was a test driver for Renault.
In the lifetime voyage, Jolles and Grosjean became parents to two children. They welcomed their first child Sacha Grosjean on 29 July 2013, second Simon Grosjean, on 16 May 2015. The blonde beauty announced she was expecting a third child in July of 2017. She welcomed a girl named Camille on 31st December 2017.
Marion and Romain have successfully crossed twelve years of conjugal relationship and still going strong. The 38-year-old has always been a proud mother and supportive wife of Romain. To date, neither of the parties ever involved in extramarital affairs and divorce rumors.
How Much Is Marion Jolles' Net Worth in 2020?
Marion Jolles, hailing from Saint Etienne, makes a huge amount from her career as a journalist and broadcaster. She began her broadcasting career at Eurosport and worked on the TF1 show about safety La Bonne Conduite in 2005. In the same year, she was assisted in presenting the weekly show based in France.
From 2009 to 2014, Mariol Jolles hosted Confessions in times F1 at Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. While presenting F1 Automoto shows, she met the love of her life Romain Grosjean who received a salary of $2.6 million from F1 in 2019. Eventually, they launched a cookbook together, "Cuisine et Confidences. The pair have co-authored the book, which was released in 2017.
The mother to two solely hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa opposite Christian Jeanpierre and Arsene Wenger. At that time, Marion presented a similar evening show titled L'Aficcje du Soir, broadcast on the third part of the evening. In December 2014, Jolles filled in for the results of the lottery and Euromillions replacing the hosts in their absence.
Marion Jolles Interesting Facts
- Marion Jolles earned a degree in journalism from a University in Paris and later spent a spell of years in Canada.
- Mariol Jolles is famous for her fluency in English.
- Mariol Jolles stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches and weighs 55 kilograms.
- Mariol Jolles did an internship in radio stations working as a stringer.
- Mariol Jolles obtained her Master's degree in English from France, majoring in bilingual journalism.
- Mariol Jolles was born and raised in Saint-Etienne, France.