Barbara Schöneberger receives the Bavarian Order of Merit




Presenter Barbara Schöneberger and Markus Söder, Prime Minister of Bavaria, at the award ceremony of the Bavarian Order of Merit.
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The 48-year-old is a great, quick-witted moderator, said Markus Söder in his laudatory speech. The medal is awarded to people who have shown commitment to the Free State.

fTV presenter Barbara Schöneberger has received the Bavarian Order of Merit. prime minister Markus Soder (CSU) presented the Munich native with the order in the Bavarian state representation on Friday in Berlin. “A Munich child and a multi-talent gets this Bavarian Order of Merit. This is the most exclusive order in Bavaria. It’s the most exclusive club,” said Söder in his laudatory speech. It is the order for the people who always did a little more than others.

“Today you are certainly one of the most important TV faces that we have in Germany,” said Söder. The 48-year-old is a great moderator, quick-witted and always gets the last word. With her always good mood, she gives people strength and confidence, especially in the current crises.

At the same time, Söder praised the fact that Schöneberger and her popularity are also committed to social commitment “for children, for women with cancer, for UNICEF, so all together a great commitment”. Once a Bavarian, always a Bavarian, no matter where you are in the world.

According to the state government, the Bavarian Order of Merit has been awarded since 1957 to people who have shown commitment to the Free State. The number of 2000 awards distributed should not be exceeded. Proposals for future medal holders can be submitted to the authorities and the Bavarian State Chancellery. In addition, the Prime Minister and the Ministers of State can make recommendations.



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