A month after the death of singer Daniel Lévi, his widow Sandrine finally revealed the name of their baby and published a particularly moving photo…
Daniel Levi is no more, but before leaving this world on August 6, the star singer of the cult musical The ten Commandments left a last gift to those around him, a little girl born on July 15. A month after the death of the artist, his widow, Sandrine, unveiled on Instagram a photo in which she appears with her baby and the two grown sons of Daniel Lévi, Abel, 29, and Rephael, 24 , both born of his former union with Laure Lévi. In the caption of this particularly moving shot, the widow of the singer also revealed the original first name of their newborn.
' I would have liked so much that my husband was there and revealed to you the first name of our daughter… He composed it himself, as he did with great talent for his music. It is with strong emotion that I do this for him, for us today... Nessyel (Miracle of Hashem) “, revealed Sandrine Lévi. A name that is out of the ordinary.
Daniel Lévi's widow also wanted to thank the public for their tributes to the late singer: ' Thank you all for being there, always present. You are so many. In this ordeal, you have been part of our strength. Know that despite the illness, Daniel was happy because he shared with you moments of music, friendship, emotion but also and above all moments of happiness and joie de vivre (...) Thank you for all your messages of support and your tributes. Thank you to the media for their benevolence and respect for our pain (...) A special thank you to all the doctors and all the medical staff of the European Hospital of Marseille, 'to all these heroes in the shadows' who have been by our side from the beginning as much as a real family can be, always present, with unparalleled kindness and professionalism. We will never forget you.' A message that she concluded with a few words of love: ' Rest in peace my husband, my king… We will never forget you daddy '.
As a reminder, Daniel Lévi - who had the strength to participate in the Mask Singer show in 2020 on TF1 - fought courageously against colorectal cancer detected in 2019. Unfortunately, the cancer won after several years of struggle. He is now buried in the Jewish square of the cemetery of Saint-Pierre de Marseille.Source journaldesfemmes.fr