PHOTO – Vitaa: rare appearance of her husband Hicham Bendaoud during a Parisian evening

Together for more than ten years, Vitaa and Hicham Bendaoud live their romance away from the spotlight. Thursday, May 5, the discreet producer has yet made a remarkable appearance at the preview of the film “Ima”.

While Vitaa announced having given birth to a little girl, on April 10, responding to the sweet name of Noa, her husband, Hicham Bendaoud, was photographed Thursday, May 5 during an evening organized in the City of Light. Half of the performer My sister was thus seen at the premiere of the film “Ima” at the Gaumont cinema on the Champs-Élysées. An event rare enough to be highlighted, because the artist’s husband of 39 years rarely appears publicly or on social networks, alongside his dear and tender or not.

Hicham Bendaoud thus had the pleasure of discovering the new feature film by Nils Tavernier where Dadju plays the main role. Nothing surprising when you know that the latter is the producer of the interpreter of My sun with Saïd Boussif, the tandem being at the head of Indifference Proda label managing hex music shoe sizes like Amel Bent, Gims, Sexion d’Assaut, Slimane, but also Vitaa. As our colleagues from Pure People this Friday, May 6, the football star Presnel Kimpembe or the singer Fally Ipupa also honored their presence on the red carpet.


Vitaa, a woman in love

Vitaa and Hicham Bendaoud, obvious. Not very talkative about his love lifeSlimane’s acolyte had nevertheless opened up on this subject in the columns of Gala in 2017: “At 25, I fell in love with Hicham. He is 30 years old, charisma, already has children, but is separated from his wife. When he looked at me, I saw Charlotte (Editor’s note: her real name) in his eyes, not Vitaa.” And to add: “C‘is someone who healed me from the pastof my mistakes, of my weaknesses, of everything that may have tortured me, of my youthful mistakes that I may have made and which hurt me.” A beautiful story that has lasted since almost twelve years from now on.

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