On the occasion of the kick-off of the 2nd edition of the Dominici Trophy, on November 26 in Paris, the widow of Christophe Dominici confided in the death of the former rugby player in the pages of 'Parisien'. She returned in particular to life with her daughters Kiara and Mya since the tragedy that occurred in 2020, in Saint-Cloud.
His death shook the world of rugby. On November 24, 2020, the former French international was found dead in the park of Saint-Cloud, in the Paris region. He was 48 years old. A fatal fall of ten meters from the top of a building in Hauts-de-Seine. Suicide or accident? The mystery hovers and his family is forced to live with it. Two years after the tragedy, the widow of Christophe Dominici granted an interview in the pages of Parisian .
Loretta Denaro confides with modesty on the man she loved and father of her two daughters. Saturday, November 26 was the 11th day of Top 14 between Stade Français and RC Toulon as part of the Christophe Dominici Trophy - a meeting named in his memory. 'In the posts on social media, I read that a lot of people are still wondering why, what happened in his head, she told the daily. I can tell you what happened in his heart. But not there. We must let this day of celebration pass. And everyone knows that it was the strongest to liven up the evenings and the 3rd halves. In 2021, Loretta Denaro believed it was an accident.
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Public support helps Kiara, 15, and Mya, 12, their two daughters . But it's impossible to fill the void that the star of the rugby pitch left gaping in their lives: 'It's complicated to talk about Christophe in the past tense. We are three women alone at home without their king... We miss him terribly. It was two difficult years. There is a life before and a life after this shock. It was a shock that made us all grow up too fast.'
Loretta Denaro, however, says the public support is appreciated by the family. 'For the past week, on social networks, my daughters and I have been looking at a lot of messages that make us feel good, make us smile and make us cry. All the photos we see warm our hearts. The little ones are proud of their daddy. '
Kiara spoke to salute the memory of the former rugby player during the religious ceremony organized in Boulogne-Billancourt on December 2, 2020. 'My loving dad, you were taken from me too quickly, she had declared in the Sainte-Cécile church. I still needed you and since then I have been listening to your music on repeat.' The proof of an intact love in pain.Source journaldesfemmes.fr