Wednesday March 2, 2022, Nathalie Marquay lost her husband, Jean-Pierre Pernaut. According to a relative of the widow of the former presenter of 1:00 p.m. on TF1, who confided in Here, the beautiful brunette would be collapsed.
The loss of the man of her life was brutal. Wednesday March 2, 2022, Nathalie Marquey lost her husband Jean-Pierre Pernaut, at the age of 71. In mourning, Lou and Tom’s mother returned to the stage ten days after the disappearance of the one she loved for more than fifteen years to perform in the play. The joker guys, in Nantes. Below the video to thunderous applause, she wrote: “It was our undying love combined with our common passion for the theater that allowed me to take the stage last night. You made me promise not to let you go, I didsurrounded by the kindness and support of my accomplices in this work ‘Les tontons farceurs’ that you liked so much (…) I miss you very much.“If the cute brunette was quickly immersed in work, a relative revealed to Here it is that was not good at all. “After the funeral, he collapsed, lost a lot of weight. She doesn’t know how to live without Jean-Pierre, so he goes to visit his grave as often as possible.“, revealed.
On Thursday, April 14, 2022, Nathalie Marquay shared a touching video on Instagram. In the latter, the television star’s widow mows the lawn in her garden. A task that Jean-Pierre Pernaut used to take care of… In the caption, she wrote: “I do it for you. I miss you.“Out loud, the ex-Miss France has slipped: “Here is my little Jean-Pierre of love. He liked to mow. I think of you my love. He relaxed you so much…“A few days earlier, Nathalie Marquay had paid tribute to her husband on his birthday. While her husband is no longer there to blow out his 72nd candle, the pretty brunette had written: “Difficult day today my love. I’m sure you’re celebrating with your mom and brother.“A few hours later, it was while sharing a video of it snowing that he added:”Incredible my love, it’s snowing. That’s crazy. It’s snowing on your birthday.“
Nathalie Marquay: “We really wanted to be together”
The day after her husband’s death, it was at 20 hours of TF1 that the widow of Jean-Pierre Pernaut was expressed. In shock, she said: “He always wanted more, that’s why he didn’t want to retire, but I was like, ‘I want you to take advantage of us. The kids are all grown up, I want both of us to travel too, there’s no need to wait for school holidays.’ Well, we really wanted to be together, to be an old couple, to be like everyone else. But Jean-Pierre is not like the others.“