The death of Jean-Pierre Bernaut: his daughter Le Bernaut mourns in a very special way

Five months after her father’s death, Lou, daughter of Jean-Pierre Bernaut, gave an interview to the YouTube channel Gossip Room. The latter spoke at length about her grief process.

Very touching interview. Five months after his father’s death, Le Bernaut gave a lengthy interview to the YouTube channel Gossip Room on Saturday, August 6. The youngest daughter of Jean-Pierre Bernard and Nathalie Marcay discussed many topicsincluding the brutal death of former TF1 JT presenter on March 2 and his subsequent grieving process. “I was surrounded seriously, I didn’t cry much. Because I wanted to be strong for my mother, strong for my brother, but I know that my beloved took it … He took it well, because I always cry in front of him”The 19-year-old started.

In addition to losing her father, Lou Perno had to manage the pressure that this created on social networks, where she has at least 200 thousand subscribers on Instagram. “We can’t show that we cry all the time. Do not believe that after mourning we cry ceaselessly. You have your own way of seeing things, and if you want to cry alone in your bed at night, that’s your choice. If you don’t want to cry, that’s your choice.”continued.

Lou Pernaut has been subjected to a lot of criticism in the media

This pressure, Le Bernaut has been under for several months. And the media coverage that suffers from its consequences goes beyond the only social networking platform. For example, when Laurent Fontaine publicly pointed his finger at the Touche plateau and not my post. “Sorry, but what I see is not very generous and I think you should, since your father passed away, calm down TikTok a little, go back to school and work”In particular, the columnist declared. No, Le Burnaut doesn’t need that.

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The youngest daughter of Jean-Pierre Bernaud and Natalie Marquay addressed many topics …

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Including the brutal death of former TF1 JT presenter on 2 March and the mourning process that followed.

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“J’étais grave entourée, je ne pleurais pas énormément. Parce que je voulais être forte pour ma mère, forte pour mon frère, mais je sais que mon chéri il en a pris…”, a commencé de 19 jeune years.

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In addition to losing her father, Lou Perno had to manage the pressure that this created on social networks, where she has at least 200 thousand subscribers on Instagram.

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“We can’t show that we cry all the time. We must not believe that after bereavement, we cry nonstop.”

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“You have your way of seeing things, and if you want to cry alone in your bed at night, that’s your choice.”

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“If you don’t want to cry, that’s your choice,” she continued.

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This pressure, Le Bernaut has been under for several months.

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And the media coverage that suffers from its consequences goes beyond the only social networking platform.

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For example, when Laurent Fontaine publicly pointed his finger at the Touche plateau and not my post.

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No, Le Burnaut doesn’t need that.

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