Jean-Paul Belmondo “more present than ever” after his death: the touching secrets of his son Paul

Paul Belmondo evokes his father in the issue of France Sunday on newsstands this Saturday, August 6. Despite the death of Jean-Paul Belmondo for almost a year, his son has been feeling it “more present than ever” in his daily life.

It remains in the memories dailies. Almost a year after the death of his father, Jean-Paul Belmondo, on September 6, 2021 at the age of eighty-eight, his son confides in his mourning. Despite the absence, he is more present than ever. And the people remind me everyday talking to me about him”reveals Paul Belmondo in the issue of France Sunday on newsstands this Saturday, August 6. “He has left a great physical void within our familyand yet, he is always there with usevery second”describes the third child of the famous actor.

The grandfather of a small Mahé since April 10 don’t go a day without thinking about the Magnificent. Jean-Paul Belmondo transmitted to him his passion for the 7th Art. At fifty-nine, Paul Belmondo is still on stage. The cult artist of The swimming pool had never missed one of his plays before the one he is playing this year. “He always came on premiere nights, which gave me extra nervousness”, recalls the former Formula 1 racer.

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This love of cycling that Paul Belmondo shared with his father

Father and son also shared a passion for cycling. Together, they went on long bike rides, before “watch the summary of the Tour de France”. A love of the Great Loop that Paul Belmondo still cherishes. This year again, he put on his jersey and rode his bike alongside the runners of the Heart for a charity stage. The race, which supports the Mécénat cardiac surgery associationmakes it possible each year to welcome and treat in France children from underdeveloped countries, where they could not have been saved.

A cause, which affects the son of Jean-Paul Belmondo a lot. With his wife, Luana Belmondo, they plan to become a foster family for these young patients.We have often discussed, but it is not easy. Today, our children are grown and left the house. We are entering an age and a period of our life where it seems possibleexplains the one who will blow out sixty candles next year.

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