David Hallyday reveals the existence of a mysterious letter that he could never give to his father

Invited from 7 to 8 November 17, David Hallyday spoke modestly and emotionally about his relationship with his father and the case of the succession that shakes the family for several months.

At 52, David Hallyday is an established artist and man. But at the TF1 microphone, the man considered small modest divides the armor. At the mention of Johnny's last days, David barely retains his emotion. With tears in his eyes, he recounts his regret for not saying goodbye to his father. He was also on the edge of tears when he mentioned his death on December 5th: " I could not say goodbye to him. I spent the day waiting to enter his office, where he was admitted to the hospital, and I could not do it "A terrible regret, the manager Laeticia Hallydahe never mentions him In his recent interviews, the rocker's widow had answered in advance and had let Johnny himself refused to see his relatives, because these visits made him feel that his health was disturbing. An explanation that does not seem to convince the monk's son.

We also discover that his last title My last letter, his song tribute to his father unveiled at the NMA, evokes a true missive that he had written a few hours before his death, a letter he could not give him. " I left it to the service person and I left (editor's note: de Marnes-la-Coquette), he tells the journalist Stéphanie Davoigneau. When I arrived the next day, I was told that we could not give it to him or read it. He marked me. And I think it's the only thing in my life that I will not be able to heal. There are things I will overcome, but it is difficult! ". What happened to this letter? Laeticia Hallyday, returning to Los Angeles, should not speak soon among the media.

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