Villa Jade : after the hurricane Irma, the family of Johnny Hallyday was able to resettle in his villa – Gala
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Despite the damage caused by hurricane Irma, the family Hallyday and his relatives have been able to meet in the villa of the singer, after his burial, Monday, on the island of Saint Barthélemy. The house has had to make some repairs before being habitable again…
After the devastating passage of hurricane Irma on the islands of Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy last September, the couple Hallyday, was shown to be affected. Fallen in love with Saint Barth there is now of many years, Johnny and Laeticia were very attached to their little corner of paradise and its inhabitants. Generous, they even offered to flood victims take refuge in their beautiful house, villa Jade, built in 2008 on the heights of the island.
But unfortunately, the villa Jade was also partially damaged by the violent storm. The roof had been damaged, large amounts of debris had accumulated in the walls of the house, and the water and electricity had been cut off, as in most of the buildings on the island. As much damage that had eventually required several days of work to restore the beautiful building in the state to host the world.
Fortunately for the family, Hallyday, these repairs have been done quickly. So when close friends of Johnny have arrived on the island of Saint Barth to bury the star, Monday, 11 December, they were all able to get together in the villa Jade, and enjoy the breathtaking view of the sea. This is also from the large terrace of the house they have been able to contemplate with emotion the tribute to Johnny by a few dozens of surfers, who performed a dance on the waves. After the ceremony at the cemetery of Lorient, the family and friends of Johnny have finished the evening all together in the villa, remembering surely fondly of the good times spent between these walls with the singer.
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