July 25, 2024


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How Rym Renom (Mamans et Célèbres) teaches her daughters English, Spanish and French

How Rym Renom (Mamans et Célèbres) teaches her daughters English, Spanish and French

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Sophie Bonnard

Originally from Morocco, Reim Renom lived in Spain. Proud to speak several languages ​​thanks to her life’s journey, Maria-Valentina makes every effort to ensure that both Maria-Valentina and Alma speak three languages ​​from an early age.

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Since May, Vincent Cujo and Rhyme Renom have unveiled their new career in Bali. “There was a general need to live something different and set new goals, especially to open the minds of our children, who would discover other cultures in addition to their origins”, Maria-Valentina and Alma’s father justified himself after being asked about this life choice for the whole family. Within two months, the couple found their dream home. Between the spiritual quest for Rime and Vincent’s work as a real estate broker, both parents are content. But Rym Renom doesn’t stop at its yoga and personal development classes. A young mother who wants to learn Indonesian wants to teach her children the same language.

Rime teaches her daughters Alma and Maria-Valentina several languages

Willing to do anything to integrate into her new adopted country, the former candidate for moms and celebrity has started Indonesian lessons and donated a lot to orphanages in the country. For her two daughters, Rhyme wants them to practice multiple languages. Also, at home, the young woman speaks to them in Spanish and English. She explains: “I always speak Spanish. At school it’s English, with dad it’s French. I try to speak Spanish with them so they can grow up in three languages ​​like me.”

Rime Renom speaks Spanish, French and Arabic

As a reminder, Rime Renom was born in Rabat. Later, the reality TV candidate left Morocco to live with her father in Spain. A mix of cultures he is proud of: “I obviously grew up speaking Spanish, which was my first language. Then, French and Arabic.” As she tries to instill hope in her community, Rhyme is cut off by her overzealous daughters. “Last night, Alma, she broke up with me. She wouldn’t let me go!” She appeals. “I hope they sleep well tonight.”

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