'I miss you': Nathalie Marquay pays a new tribute to Jean-Pierre Pernaut

On March 2, 2022, Jean-Pierre Pernaut passed away after a long battle with cancer. Since then, his wife Nathalie Marquay continues to pay tribute to him on social networks. Evidenced by these new photos published on Instagram.

"Tu me manques" : Nathalie Marquay rend un nouvel hommage à Jean-Pierre Pernaut

On March 2, 2022, the PAF lost one of its key faces: Jean-Pierre Pernaut . After a long fight against a lung cancer recalcitrant, the one who presented the 1 p.m. TF1 for 33 years had indeed died at the age of 71. He thus left behind his wife, Nathalie Marquay, and his four children, Olivier and Julia, born of a first union, as well as Lou (19 years old) and Tom (18 years old) whom he had with the former model . And since the announcement of his disappearance, his wife since 2007, Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut, has continued to pay him vibrant tributes on social networks.

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'I miss you' : Nathalie Marquay to Jean-Pierre Pernaut

Once is not custom, Miss France 1987 therefore published five new photos in her Instagram story this Tuesday, August 16, 2022 . Five family photos that Lou and Tom's mother all accompanied by a note addressed to her late husband. Souvenirs on which we also see a famous friend of the family: Karine Le Marchand , which is also blowing its 54th candle today, as her friend Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut recalls in her following story. On the first shot, we therefore see his youngest son, Tom Pernaut, in the company of his father. And to the former Miss to write: 'I miss you, you are too beautiful my two loves of my life' . In the following image, where we can see the couple laughing on a television set, she willingly admits that their 'bursts of laughter' miss him . The third photo is a memory she shares with her daughter Lou, now a real star of social networks, especially TikTok. Happy moments that Nathalie Marquay, who has also recently entrusted to believe 'in life after death' , therefore shared with his community. To her delight.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr