Tipsy Eva Jinek walks Amsterdam in bold outfits

Eva Jinek makes this revelation in her Sunday newsletter. Probably to avoid the Juice Channel gossip. The presenter describes the wild night as follows: “It’s late and cold, and we’re strolling along the Zeedijk in Amsterdam with a herd of women.”

Bachelor party

The reason for the evening was a bachelorette party. “I was wearing a dirndl. You know, one of those southern German Oktoberfest dresses, with an apron and bows and a neckline deep enough to wince every time I look in the mirror.’

‘I can’t be held’

Jinek enjoys his bachelor party to the fullest. “Suddenly I’m 23 again and I have no responsibilities or worries, no one is looking at me in amusement (or just not looking back) and I’m unstoppable.”

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We already see Eva’s revealing outfit on Instagram.

Fantasy of Kruidvat

The ‘talk show queen’ recently shared another much-discussed photo. This time dressed in Kruidvat staff clothes. Eva reported on Instagram that she has had the fantasy of working at Kruidvat for years, especially in the warehouse. It’s not entirely clear where this desire comes from, but the talk show host reported that it’s quite broad: “It was born out of necessity and it pulled me into many live streams.”

Paid photos?

In response to the photo, there was a lot of speculation that Jinek was being paid for it. For example, the photo was discussed on the Today Inside program. The presenter said those rumors are not true. “Dear people, for the record: my visit to Kruidvat was purely and solely for fun,” she wrote on Instagram. She added that she hasn’t been paid for it and there won’t be any ad campaign or TV show. Jinek then repeated that she had been fantasizing about working in Kruidvat for a long time. “It was purely and simply because it was a long cherished wish of mine and Kruidvat was kind enough to grant that wish.”

Source: Shownieuws | Image: Brunopress

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