On the occasion of this Easter weekend, Nathalie Marquay and Tom Pernaut visited Olivier Pernaut. Jean-Pierre Pernaut’s eldest son invited his mother-in-law and his half-brother to take part in a car race on the Dijon-Presnois circuit.
There is nothing more important than family. Following the announcement of the death of Jean-Pierre Pernaut on March 2, at the age of 71, his eldest son, oliver, had paid a moving tribute during the mass offered to salute the memory of the former presenter of the 1:00 p.m. program on TF1. In particular, she had mentioned his last exchange with his father. “I will always remember the last look we exchanged, the day before your operation., when I left your room. We both looked a little worried, I think. And we really didn’t want to leave each other that day.”he said.
Since then, Olivier Pernaut has been trying somehow to cry. Therefore, he continues his activities and regularly shares the moments he spends with his father on social networks. And this Saturday, April 16, Olivier invited Nathalie Marquay and tom pernaut for a weekend of emotions.
Nathalie Marquay: “Thanks to Olivier Pernaut for taking care of his brother”
The little family gathered in Dijon for this Easter weekend. A great fan of vintage cars and motorsports, Jean-Pierre Pernaut passed on this passion to his two sons. Thus, Olivier invited his half-brother Tom and his mother-in-law Nathalie to a car race in the capital of the Côte d’Or. “Dijon circuit, thanks to Olivier Pernaut for taking care of his brother. And we think a lot about Jean-Pierre Pernaut“wrote the Lou and Tom’s mother in a story posted on his Instagram account.
In the videos published by the young woman, we can discover the duo in full preparation before starting a car race. Minutes later, Nathalie Marquay shared another video of her son fighting her opponents on the circuit. For his part, Tom Pernaut shared a photo from his sports weekend on his account. “Fun Drink Weekend in Dijon”, just added in the caption. A family moment that, for sure, has served to recharge batteries.