“A gaping hole”: Jean-Luc Reichmann very moved by the disappearance of his mother in Quelle Epoque! (ZAPTV)

This Saturday, January 7, 2023 in What an era! Jean-Luc Reichmann spoke of the recent death of his mother Josette. A death that leaves him “a gaping hole” in the heart of the host, famous for holding the reins of the show The 12 strokes of noon on TF1.

Jean-Luc Reichmann snatched the title of favorite animator of the French at Stephane Plazawho had nevertheless promised to parade stark naked on the Champs-Elysées in case of another victory. The facilitator of Twelve strokes of noon took this victory with his usual modesty. “In reality, there is no rivalry between him and me because we really became friends”, said Nathalie Lecoultre’s husband.

What is undeniable, however, is that this first place in the heart of the French public came to sweeten the memory ofa particularly complicated year 2022. His mother Josettewho had participated in the elaboration of the nice documentary released in July Jean-Luc Reichmann, an extraordinary destiny, died a little over three months ago, leaving the 62-year-old host in a state of almost amazement…

“His laugh took me on board in the morning”

This disappearance, he mentioned it this Saturday, January 7 in What an era! where he was the guest of Léa Salamé. “It’s very difficult when you lose your mom, it tore me completely”, he said on the verge of tears. After blowing to get back on my feet, Jean-Luc Reichmann mentioned “that first Christmas alone”, a “Complicated Christmas. And then to say this complicity which was theirs, and which pushed the host to call his mother three to four times a day. “There is a great void (…) his laughter took me on board in the morning when I left for the sets and every day I heard it, so it’s true that it’s been a very, very complicated year. It’s a big void, it’s a gaping hole and there was sickness. It ended badly.” he explained.

However, he wanted, despite his immense grief, to thank the caregivers who had accompanied them in these difficult times. “I say this without sycophancy, people in hospitals are doing an amazing job, anytime, anywhere, they are exploding. (…) but they are there, out of love for their job, out of love for others, out of love for human beings and these people, you have to listen to them and respect them”, he concluded. Poignant confessions.

Source- https://www.voici.fr/news-people/un-trou-beant-jean-luc-reichmann-tres-emu-par-la-disparition-de-sa-maman-dans-quelle-epoque-zaptv-746813