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Julien Clerc absent from the funeral of France Gall

Julien Clerc absent from the funeral of France Gall

In couple with France Gall for five years, remained very attached to the singer, Julien Clerc however did not go to the Montmartre cemetery, Friday, January 12, to attend the funeral of the one he loved so much. A very sad day of farewell. After hearing the death of France Gall on Sunday, January 7, 2018, the singer’s admirers had the opportunity to pay a last tribute to the funeral home of Mont Valérien during two days of public commemoration. Friday, the body of the interpreter of Sacred Charlemagne was transported to the Montmartre Cemetery, in Paris, where his family and relatives were gathered. While nearly 200 onlookers gathered at the edge of the wall, the funeral was held in front of the grave where Michel Berger and Pauline, the couple’s daughter, are already resting. died at the age of 19 years . During their last farewell to the one they loved, the companion and the son of France Gall were surrounded by many personalities including Mathieu Chedid, Cécile Cassel, Jane Birkin, Calogero and Carole Bouquet. However, no trace of Julien Clerc, the man with whom France Gall has yet shared a part of his life. Staying away, remained discreet, Julien Clerc did not seek to justify his absence. For five years, from 1969 to 1974, however, he spun the perfect love in the arm of the young woman. The two lovebirds met at the Porte-Saint-Martin theater in Paris during the musical comedy Hate . The love is there but the couple, for fear of offending the admirers of Julien Clerc, is not allowed to appear in public. France Gall finally decides to leave the interpreter of It’s nothing . Him, take out the piece Suffering by you is not suffering to try to make her come back. Shortly after, unfortunately for him, France Gall marries Michel Berger . ” For her to come back, I tried everything », Confides Julien Clerc much later. At the announcement of the death of the one he loved so long, the 70-year-old artist wrote a short message. It was published on twitter the day of the disappearance of France Gall. Julien Clerc writes: ” France, we had 20 years, happiness, sorrows. Part of my life goes with you Since then, no more word. France, we had 20 years, happiness, sorrows. Part of my life goes with you. Julian – Julien Clerc (@JulienClerc_Off) January 7, 2018 Photo Credits: Pierre Perusseau / Bestimage


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