The beautiful Veronique Spiteri is one of these inspiring women who always make you leave better and happier than you came. I was fortunate to meet Vero six years ago through two mutual lovely friends of ours. On one of my short stays in Cologne we spontaneously met for coffee and Vero introduced me to her favorite coffee shop Sabor ‚ermoso which I dig too.
Vero is one of these girls you immediately fall in love with the moment you meet them. She’s unmistakably beautiful, totally unconventional, always has a bright, open look on her face and excels in at least six foreign languages. Before I learned that her father is Venezuelan and her mother from Switzerland, I was totally convinced, she must be French. To me she looks like one of these sophisticated Parisienne women who have it all figured out, are always classy, très chic and elegant and have this healthy feminine confidence.
Vero is wearing so many creative and talented hats. She’s a singer and dancer in the musical world, but does also teach pilates and bodyrolling. Around eight years ago, Vero injured her knee very bad and had to go to rehab for quite a while. But Vero has an incredible drive, got back up and kept on pushing. Sometimes when something really bad happens to us, it also helps us to find out how strong we really are. Surviving a crisis leads to greater strength. Vero’s fantastic attitude, her great spirits and ability to stay focused certainly helped accelerate the healing process. She has tremendously learned from this experience so that she now successfully coaches and empowers other dancers who are temporarily in the same situation.
We had so much catching up to do, and time flew by way too fast. It was so inspiring and uplifting sitting there with this beautiful and incredibly kind woman (and her cute buddy Louie), and not only soaking up the warming sun beams, but also all of her positive and contagious energy. Please enjoy our little coffee talk interview and have a great start into this week!