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‘Do you remember them all?

“Che tempo che fa”, the lecture that arrived in November this year and was brilliantly presented by Fabio Fazio with the historic presence of Luciana Littizzetto and Filippa Lagerback, reaches its last date of the season with the episode on Sunday, May 12. For this reason, Fazio announced that “it’s going to be big with an episode full of guests” – generating higher expectations than usual. The first to enter Fazio’s famous living room was actually and exclusively the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. A guest was announced a few days ago by the host himself through a post on social media: “On the day of Europe Day – writes Fazio – we are happy to announce that in the last episode of “Che tempo che fa” there will be a Guest President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen”. Elected by the European Parliament on July 16, 2019 and the first woman to hold this position, Von der Leyen announced her candidacy for a second term on February 19 this year in light of the upcoming European elections to be held between February 6 and 2019 are held. 10, 2019. June 9.

During the interview, which was followed by millions of viewers, there was a nice side that did not go unnoticed. It all started with Fazio’s debut: “Today is, among other things, Mother’s Day,” he said, addressing the studio audience, “and Mrs. von der Leyen has seven children,” he noted. “The question I want to ask you is,” he continued, addressing the guest directly, “do you remember the names of the seven?” All this accompanied by laughter from the studio audience. The president closed the curtain and began writing down the names of her seven children. Fazio even stopped her at one point, making her think she had the wrong name. Von der Leyen clearly did not fall for the trap, but spontaneously contributed to this sweet snare that immediately reigned supreme in the ranking of the most tweeted moments of “CTCF” tonight.