More than two weeks after the death of Jean-Pierre Pernaut, his daughter Lou posted a heartbreaking snapshot on his Instagram account. The young woman lives an impossible mourning.
For those close to Jean-Pierre Pernaut, the days pass and the pain is still intense. Since the death of the star journalist of TF1, on March 2, his family continues to honor his memory. And especially his daughter, Lou. On social networks, the young woman shares with her subscribers her daily life without her father and her impossible mourning. This Friday, March 18, she has also published a new heartbreaking photo : a bouquet of white roses, in memory of the one who meant so much to her. Once again, one thing is certain, Tom’s sister will be able to count on the unwavering support of her family and Internet users. “When we left the church, there was so much applause! It was so much love, that I can’t thank you enough”she explained shortly after her dad’s funeral.
“Thanks to you, thanks to all the love you’ve given us, all the support, all the messages, it’s amazing! I really feel like my dad has achieved something!”, wrote Lou Pernaut, supported every moment since the death of Jean-Pierre Pernaut. Very close to her father, the young woman paid him a heartbreaking tribute in the Saint-Clothilde basilica. “Your smile will never stop shining in my heart and your laughter will never stop vibrating in the stars. I know you will take care of me from above, and I promised you that I would take care of mom all along. the way that your absence will last, said Nathalie Marquay’s daughter, overwhelmed by the emotion of saying goodbye to the journalist. Thank you dad for being my brave life example. I hope one day I will make you proud as much as I am proud to be your daughter. I love you.”
Lou and Tom present for Nathalie Marquay
This promise made to his dad, Lou Pernaut has also honored this Thursday, March 17. On her Instagram account, she had a nice thought for her mother, who was then celebrating her 55th birthday, the first without the man in her life. “Happy birthday to the most incredible woman. I admire your strength and your courage. I love you mom”, she had written. Like Lou, Tom also wanted to send a magnificent statement.laration to the former Miss France. “Happy birthday to the bravest mom”, he wrote in the caption of two photos of him, when he was little, in the arms of his mother. Welded, Nathalie Marquay and the two youngest children of Jean-Pierre Pernaut go strong to face this impossible mourning.
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