Since the funeral of Jean-Pierre Pernaut, Nathalie Marquay is discreet. But the young widow has just announced her next public release. Find out when and where it will take place.
Nathalie Marquay is gradually resuming the course of her life. On March 2, it was however greatly turned upside down. That day, Miss France 1987 lost the man she loved for over twenty years. Jean-Pierre Pernaut died at the age of 71 following his lung cancer. Since, time stood still for his widow. How to mourn a loved one? Especially since everything brings her back to him. Shortly after this disastrous day, Nathalie Marquay celebrated her birthday, then plunged back into the memories of her past happiness for the day when the man from 13 Hours of TF1 should have blown out his 72nd candle. If the former columnist of Do not touch My TV more or less regularly comes out of his silence in order to thank his fans for their support, his public appearances can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
After the announcement of this terrible news, the mother of Lou and Tom Pernaut had simply appeared on the JT of 20 Hours in order to pay a last tribute to her man. A week later, it was at the funeral of her late husband that she appeared more dejected than ever. A little less than three months after this death, Nathalie Marquay is trying somehow to mourn. And this also happens through resume a semblance of “normal life”. Thus, this Friday, April 22, she announced on her Instagram account her next public appearance. “Let’s meet today from 4 p.m. at the Grand Palais Éphémère!“, she enthused. Nathalie Marquay is therefore one of the exhibitors of the Paris Book Festival until 8 p.m. when she will have “the pleasure of dedicating [son] I Believe book [Ed. Guy Trédaniel] and discuss with you“.
Nathalie Marquay: “You made me promise not to let go”
This is not for all that not quite Nathalie Marquay’s first public appearance since her husband’s funeral on March 9. Shortly after, the actress had the courage to go back on stage to ensure a representation of his piece The joker uncles. “It was our eternal love combined with our common passion for the theater that allowed me to go on stage last night“, she wrote during an Instagram publication on March 13. And to confide not without emotion: “You made me promise not to let goI did it, surrounded by the kindness and support of my accomplices in this play Les uncle jokers that you loved so much… It was awfully hard but I owed you… Thank you to the Nantes public for supporting me… This applause is for you. I miss you so much“. There is no doubt that for this new public appearance, Nathalie Marquay will once again be able to count on the unfailing support of her fans.
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