It struck sparks as the celebrity TV2-host Janni Pedersen for the first time met her husband, Kim Faber.
she says in a new interview with Her World.
She was 27 years old, he was 40 years old, and if it were not for the chance, and had perhaps never met each other.
The day, the two met for the first time, had Janni Pedersen teaching on Journalisthøjskolen, where she was in time to train for a journalist. One of her teachers volunteered sick, and the sickness would prove to be of great importance to Janni Pedersen's future.
the work you completed meant that Kim Faber, who is today working as a journalist at the newspaper Politiken and is married to Janni Pedersen, came in as a temp instead.
the 27-year-old Janni Pedersen fell in love with Kim Faber just at the sight of him, as he stood there in front of her and the other students and shared her knowledge.
I lived in Viborg, denmark with my girlfriend, I was happy. One of the teachers at Journalisthøjskolen was sick, and Kim (Faber, ed.), who was a student in the seventh semester, was our relief. He was pissegod, and that I was really in love with. It was a tough decision. He was a grown man of 40 years old and I was 27, tells Janni Pedersen in the interview.
After the fateful meeting knew Janni Pedersen, that she was going to have to take a big decision. She would have to become together with his new gf or be with Kim Faber - the 13-year elderly substitute teacher - which also meant a life in Copenhagen? In the end, she chose Copenhagen and Kim Faber.
'I knew instinctively that it was a crossroads. I could return to Viborg and the café and might have been on TV Midtvest or Viborg Stifts Folkeblad. I could also leave my boyfriend in favour of something new and different. I could come to Copenhagen and, thus, be closer to my family. The choice was actually easy, because I was so in love with. But it meant that I had to say goodbye to my old life. But it was the right thing, I can note here the 24 years after,' she says, among other things in the interview.
Kim Faber in an interview with Billed-Bladet earlier told that he was from the start also had a good eye for Janni Pedersen, and that he several times had noticed her in the corridors of the Journalisthøjskolen.
'Janni is a wildly beautiful woman. And I have just thought from the first time I saw her at the Journalisthøjskolen, where I sat with my friend Jesper and drank beer in the canteen and watched the new student,' he says in the interview with Billed-Bladet.
today, 24 years after, the two married and has an adult daughter together.
in Addition, they are just now current with crime fiction 'Vinterland', that they have written together.