The past will soon catch up with Rose Latour (Vanessa Demouy) in Tomorrow belongs to us. In the weeks to come, the daily TF1 soap opera will gradually introduce the characters of the future spin-off Here everything begins, which will be launched during the fall on the channel, in the box preceding that of Tomorrow we belongs. And one of these new faces will be none other than Clotilde Armand … Rose’s sister, who will be played by Elsa Lunghini.
As previously revealed, Rose’s father, Auguste Armand (Francis Huster), will make his first appearance in Sète on September 28 and attempt to get closer to his daughter, with whom relations will be visibly complicated. This great charismatic starred chef will then make him an important proposition and, if we are to believe the summaries of the next episodes unveiled by TF1, Rose and Antoine (Frédéric Diefenthal) will end up going on October 15 to Calvières, where the culinary institute directed by Auguste, and it is there that Rose will cross the path of her sister Clotilde, with whom the reunion will be “freezing”.
We do not know more about the character played by the actress and singer Elsa Lunghini, but what is now certain is that Rose’s family will play an essential role in Here everything begins, in which Vanessa Demouy , Francis Huster, Elsa Lunghini, and Frédéric Diefenthal will all be part of the main cast. Everything therefore suggests that Auguste Armand will propose to Rose to join him at his school – which would explain the transfer of Vanessa Demouy from the mother series to the spin-off – but to be clear about it, it will be necessary be patient and keep watching Tomorrow is ours for the weeks to come.
Rose’s father and sister will not be the only characters of Here everything begins to be introduced initially in Tomorrow belongs to us since, from next week, Azize Diabate (The Red Bracelets), Aurélie Pons, and Julie Sassoust will land in the series in the roles of Enzo, Salomé, and Anaïs, students of the Auguste Armand Institute who must do an internship at Spoon. And they will subsequently be joined by Benjamin Baroche, who will play Teyssier, the pastry chef of the institute. So many new faces that we will soon find alongside Clément Rémiens, Agustin Galiana, or even Catherine Marchal, in Here everything begins, the second daily soap opera of TF1.