Freek Funk thinks it would be great to have kids, but he thinks the little life in the house and the tree isn’t for him. A TV biologist needs long trips and adventures to be happy.
“A family with children definitely sounds great to me,” the thirty-year-old broadcaster says in an interview. advertisement. “I also need to travel far, have adventures and do research in order to be happy. If you are not happy with yourself, you cannot make someone else happy.”
Funk has many ideas for the future, but no concrete plan yet. “Part of me wants to live in the jungle of Suriname. But I also love the people. And Holland and Dutch food. We’ll see what the future holds, and it could go in any direction.”
Last summer, Funk announced that he and Franca Vedder had ended their relationship after nearly two years. Since Funk was often away from home for long periods of time due to his work, the relationship did not work out. “It turns out to be very difficult to combine our lives, as I am sometimes away from home for eight months a year. Time is a big mystery and we have not been able to solve it.”
Despite the breakup, the two are still on good terms. “I talked to her this morning. I still love her.”
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