‘Love Island’ episode moderator Sylvie Mays admitted the interference – ‘Look what I have to improve’
Always styled and fitted to the highest standard, as we can see “Love Island”– Mediator Sylvie Mays.
But one or the other definitely asked the question how “Love Island”– Medium Sylvie Maes can still be very young at 44 years old.
“Love Island”Coordinator Sylvie Mays: That’s what I did
there now “Love Island”Moderator Sylvie Maes has an obvious answer: Yes, it helps! Although she hasn’t had any surgery yet, she has “corrected” here and there. For example, she has hyaluronic fillers on her face. Indeed, on her cheekbones, lips, and even on her jaw line. She explains the whole thing to Bild: “I want to look naturally beautiful and achieve a natural result. Women have to live life with confidence. Once or twice a year, I look to see what I still need to improve. I’m getting older too, it doesn’t look I did that three or four years ago.”
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- Sylvie Mays’ middle name is Françoise
- She started her television career in 2003 at TMF. She hosted the Fox Kids show there
- She was also a jury member of “Das Supertalent”, directed the dance show “Let’s Dance” for six years, and is currently the host of the dating show “Love Island”.
- She has been married to her husband, Niklas Castillo, since 2020.
- She has a son with Raphael van der Vaart, whose name is Damien
“Love Island”Moderator Sylvie Mays: She doesn’t rule out operations entirely
For the introduction, her well-being is very important. She also says that there is nothing wrong with helping and that everyone can and should decide for themselves: “It’s my own decision. I also think it’s okay for someone to say I don’t want to do anything. Freedom is always acceptance and tolerance. I think even if I do some things, I will age safely. I haven’t done practically anything yet, but you can never say. It’s amazing what is possible today. Everyone must find their own path.”
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