Very discreet lately, Celine Dion came out of her silence following the death of Guy Lafleur, Quebec hockey legend who disappeared this Friday, April 22 at the age of 70.
On her Instagram account, the diva shared a photo of the sportsman and his eldest taken a few years ago. “A great sports legend has left us … A gentleman who inspired and who was an idol for so many people”, was moved the interpreter of I will go where you will go.
Celine Dion and her grieving son: this remarkable tribute
And to add, not without emotion: “I offer my most sincere condolences to the family of Guy Lafleur, to his loved ones as well as to all those who were fans of the Blond Demon”.
“It is an honor that my very dear son RC (note: René-Charles Angélil) had the privilege of meeting Mr. Lafleur”, continued the acolyte of Pépé Munoz.
“A huge impact on our family”
Although the artist does not specify the nature of their relationship, she does confirm that Guy Lafleur “had a huge impact on [sa] family”, and that as such, René-Charles and she “will always remember this moment”.
A publication that has deeply touched Internet users who, after presenting their condolences to the singer, were many to wish him a good recovery.
And for good reason, for several months now, the musician’s state of health has worried not only her fans, but also her relatives, including Michel Drucker.
“The last time I saw her was in London, three years ago, I think. I found it diaphanous and I told him so, ”confided the host on March 10 to our colleagues from Gala.
And the presenter to conclude, incredulous: “She replied that she danced a lot, but she was already very, very thin. His body said stop.
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