Jonas Van Geel is known as the cheerful field jumper, but behind the smile, the presenter still struggles with his breakup with actress Evelien Bosmans. This is what Van Gil himself says in Homo.
“A couple of years ago, I would undoubtedly have told you something different, but at this point in my life it would mean heaven on earth to me simply to feel a little happier,” sounds sad in Humo. I wanted to say ‘That sounds heavier than I meant, but that’s what I meant. Don’t I feel happier in my life now? Very little, anyway. There are definitely better moments, but I’m a long way from getting back to the level where I can say I love Life.My apologies for the gloom, but on the bike on the way here, I resolved to be one hundred percent honest, to say nothing but what I really wanted to say. And this is it: Evelyn (Bosmans, editor) And they’ve been separated for over a year now, but it’s still very difficult.” Van Geel and Busmans have been married for eight years and have a son together, but they separated in March.
When asked if it would be difficult to continue performing, Van Geel answered bluntly: “Yes. But I can flip that switch. Sometimes it is also useful to be on stage, although I feel bad about it too. The point is: the latest Register our (“We Can Save Ourselves” ed.). It relates to what happened to me, and during performances, I sometimes feel like marketing for grief. Although it was even worse when we just broke up and I started working on VTM again: it’s very hard to get the happy version out of myself. Well, it will be fine, I really believe in that. It’s going very slowly.”