Nathalie Marquay, difficult first wedding anniversary without Jean-Pierre Pernaut

M.C.

Updated

They would have celebrated their 15 years of union this Thursday… For his first wedding anniversary without Jean-Pierre Pernaut, Nathalie Marquay sent him a message on Instagram.

This June 23 is a sad day for Nathalie Marquay, who is spending her first wedding anniversary without Jean-Pierre Pernaut. The couple would indeed have celebrated their 15 years of union. Despite everything, the former Miss France took to her Instagram account to mark this stage, supporting souvenir photos. It has now been three months since the host of the 1 p.m. newscast died, at the age of 71.

“Happy wedding anniversary my love of my life, I love you. I know you are in another world but our love is eternal, and one day we will be able to find each other physically, I know that you are waiting for me up there but for the moment I feel that you are protecting me”, wrote Nathalie Markay. To accompany her message, the ex-beauty queen shared several photos together, including one dating from the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.

Despite the mourning, Nathalie Marquay keeps her spirits up somehow. She even went back on stage just a few days after her husband’s funeral, which was held on March 9 in Paris. A test that the 55-year-old actress is going through with her two children, Lou and Tom Pernaut (19 and 18), but also with Olivier and Julia, the other children of Jean-Pierre Pernaut.

Related  Jimmy Kimmel sparks controversy after comparing covid-19 to BTS

Read also: A village in Picardy bothered by fans looking for Jean-Pierre Pernaut’s grave

“They say that over time, it passes, but the more time passes, the worse it is”, confides Nathalie Marquay in the columns of “Parisian of this June 23. “There is a great lack. He is irreplaceable (…). It’s difficult because, every day, people talk to me about it. In the street, people kiss me. People still have so much trouble,” adds the one who is currently performing on the stage of the Alhambra in Paris, in the play “Les Tontons farceurs”.