Funeral of Johnny Hallyday in St Barth the choice of Laeticia – Gala

Entertainment 11 December, 2017


After a glowing tribute popular in Paris, Johnny Hallyday will be buried this Monday, December 11, at the marine cemetery of Lorient, on the island of Saint-Barthélemy. A ceremony organized by Laeticia, where only family and very close to the rocker have been invited to attend.

Monday, December 11, Johnny Hallyday will be buried in the cemetery of Lorient to the island of Saint-Barthélemy. A place of eternal rest, lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves. The rocker will be buried to 15 hours, at a family ceremony, organized by Laeticia and desired in the most strict intimacy.

All the relatives come to pay a last tribute to the star, Laeticia gave instructions. In fact, the wife of Johnny Hallyday has requested that all those present are dressed in white and not black, as it is usually the tradition for a funeral. Laeticia has also asked for flowers to color, in the spirit of the island of Saint-Barthélemy. A ceremony simple, light, especially without extravagance. The burial of the rocker is composed of a tombstone white, and a wooden cross.

On Monday 11 December, several relatives of Johnny Hallyday will be in attendance to pay a last tribute to the star. His musicians, his producer Jean-Claude Camus and Sebastien Ferran, as well as the businessman Jean-Claude Darmon will be alongside Laeticia and daughters Jade and Joy. Line Renaud, too proven, is the only part of the trip. The ex-women of the rocker, Sylvie Vartan and Nathalie Baye, present in the church of the Madeleine does not take a plane to Saint-Barthélemy.

Johnny Hallyday buried at St. Bartholomew, or to several thousands of kilometres, a choice that makes controversy and that does not please many of his fans who wanted to collect on the tomb of their idol. However, Laeticia said respect the wishes of her husband. In fact, Saint-Barthélemy was a place dear to the heart of the rocker. The couple Hallyday had built a beautiful villa on the heights of the district of Marigot in 2008. A paradisiacal setting in which the singer and her family loved to come relax.

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