Death of Jean-Pierre Pernaut: “He gives me lots of signs”, confides his wife, Nathalie Marquay

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More than three months after the death of Jean-Pierre Pernaut, his wife, Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut, confided in the Parisian.

On March 2, Jean-Pierre Pernaut, the former presenter of 13H of TF1, died at the age of 71. In an interview given to Parisianhis wife, Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut, came out of the silence.

“It’s always complicated,” said the former Miss France. “We say over time, it passes, but the more time passes, the worse it is. There is a great lack. He is irreplaceable. He was such an extraordinary, generous, considerate man”.

Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut recounted receiving signs from her husband. “At home, there is a big photo of him, sublime, in black and white (…) The last time, I said to him: ‘Honey, I hope I will be up to school children. That’s a lot of money (…)’. I go to the kitchen (…) I don’t hear a voice but I felt deep inside me that I had to go to the library. I don’t know why, I was drawn to a book. I opened it: there was 600 euros in cash. I was hallucinating. I was talking about money for studies: it’s a small sign “.

The 50-year-old also confided in our colleagues about her very united family. “My daughter has her apartment in Paris. My son is studying in Lille. Things are going very well with his ex-wife and with his first two children. doesn’t have its status either”.

Asked what he was helping him to hold today, Nathalie Marquay-Pernaut replied: “His memory. His presence. He is always next to me. My children”. Two weeks ago, the widow moved into a house “that we had chosen, Jean-Pierre and I, near Antony (Hauts-de-Seine)”.

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