This Sunday March 20, Camille Lacourt made a very sad announcement on her Instagram account. The former swimmer has indeed revealed that he has lost a loved one. But he was able to count on the support of his subscribers to help him overcome this difficult ordeal.
An extremely gloomy Sunday for Camille Lacourt. The former swimming world champion has indeed announced the death of one of his relatives. On Instagram, he posted of his friend to pay him a final tribute. “Goodbye My friend. You will forever remain in my heart”, wrote the athlete in the caption. A very nice message for the one who would be called Frantz.
To try to cheer him up, Camille Lacourt was able to count on the support of his subscribers. He thus received many messages to accompany him in this difficult moment. “This photo pays him such homage. He will leave a huge void and friends devastated by an abyssal pain…”, “Losing a friend is always a test. Good luck to you and your loved ones.”, can we read for example in the comments. Several personalities also gave their support to the swimmer. Among them, we find Sylvie Tellier, Lola Dubini, Elodie Clouvel or even Ladji Doucouré.
The companion of Camille Lacourt operated on a few weeks ago
A new complicated test for Camille Lacourt, who recently had to support his partner, Alice Detollenaere, after a major operation. Suffering from breast cancer diagnosed in January 2020, the mother of their little Marius suffered a few weeks ago a preventive removal of the right breast after the discovery of aaltered gene”. An operation that the young woman had wanted to share with her subscribers on Instagram for a very specific purpose. “Why did I want to talk about all this? Because among you, there are women who are afraid to have their sick breast removed, as I experienced two years ago. Or others who hesitate, who are afraid to have the 2nd removed preventively in the context of a genetic mutation, as is the case for me today. Do not be afraid !”she wrote in particular on the social network just after her operation.
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