Seven months after the flood disaster Oliver (44) and Princess Boucher (29) She returned to her villa in Cologne with her two children in mid-February. They returned from the Petro Hotel to a construction site.
Now the Buchers have for the first time spoken in detail about how they live today. It is not necessary for the princess and the first to have the same opinion.
DSDS winner Pietro Lombardi (29) selflessly offered his friends shelter in his home after a flood disaster, which severely damaged their four walls, and moved into a hotel himself.
Despite all the gratitude, Amira in particular wanted to go home as quickly as possible. “I was, I think, the only one who blatantly pushed it,” she revealed now In a new edition of the podcast “Die Pochers hier!”. “Petro was very comfortable too. Princess, please don’t overburden yourself. It didn’t matter to anyone when we moved again – but I finally had to leave and now things are going really fast here too.”
Although the damage to her home has yet to be fully repaired, Amira is thrilled to finally be back home again.
“We still haven’t finished,” she says, “we’ve now set up a makeshift kitchen and it’s still a bit chilly because there are no doors. There are potholes in the garden. The tiles aren’t fully tiled yet. The parental controls are temporary, but we can beat them with much less. So We’re grateful. So I’m very, very grateful and very happy in spite of all of that.”
Husband Oliver doesn’t see that as elated. Reaction in the syndicated podcast “I’m happy when you’re happy”. I would contradict a few times now. I said it doesn’t make sense to live on a construction site as it does now. Now it’s really extreme. At the moment we have a stovetop or hotplate that I bought from Metro. We don’t have running water. Rinse in any bathtub. The balcony is completely turned inside out…”
But a princess does not want to let her good mood spoil. Everything is right, she replies, but we still have more than we need. At the top everything is untouched. So the first floor is completed, we have everything there. And upstairs we still have enough toilets, sinks and showers. All This is a luxury.”
The goddess Oli’s husband would have preferred to wait for you to come home. “Okay, now it’s like that. That was your will.”
Amira thinks: “We get along well. I’m happy anyway. You appreciate it more – home is home. (…) In this house, our children make their childhood memories. And it’s just beautiful. And I’m grateful for that and I’m so glad we’re here together again “.