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Entertainment Éric (Les 12 coups de midi) pays a vibrant tribute to his missing father

04:25  23 may  2020
04:25  23 may  2020 Source:   public.fr

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Éric (Les 12 coups de midi) rend un vibrant hommage à son père disparu © Capture TF1 Éric (Les 12 coups de midi) pays a vibrant tribute to his missing father Emotion sequence this Friday, May 22 in Les 12 coups de midday. The champion of the program of TF1, took advantage of Saint Émile, to pay homage to his father who disappeared when he was only 7 years old.

With 841 794 euros of gains for the moment, one could imagine that the current champion of the 12 strokes of noon, could only have a smile. But , the one who is afraid to go out in Paris, for fear of the coronavirus, was moved this Friday, May 22 on the set of TF1, when talking about his deceased father. "It's Saint-Émile today, it's my father's first name, to whom I pay tribute today ..." , he said at the start of the show, like the relates Télé-Loisirs . "It's all to your credit, he's your daddy there" , added Jean-Luc Reichmann as a photo of Eric's father appeared.

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A beautiful tribute to the first channel in France which gives the host the opportunity to think about the candidate’s family. “In any case, I would like to salute your sisters and your mom, who also contributed to your making an extraordinary noon master today! ", launched the presenter. In 1981, the future champion of the 12 stroke noon was only 7 years old when his father died. A disappearance from which he never really recovered. He had already mentioned it on a previous program when talking about conversations with his older sisters Annie and Christine.

  Éric (Les 12 coups de midi) rend un vibrant hommage à son père disparu © Supplied by Gala Émile, Eric's father, champion of the 12 Coups de midi Capture TF1 “He would have been very proud”

“They tell me that, if my father had seen this, he would have been very proud . This is what touches me the most ", said Eric, overwhelmed by the kind words of his sisters who had a very important role in his education, to compensate for the absence of his father. "My sisters counted in my education, in the way I built myself, in particular Annie who kept me a lot when I was little" , he remembered. Her mother was there, but she was working. “She continued to work after the death of my father. She was employed in the restaurant of the Lorient Arsenal (…) a shipyard which built military ships ”, he had specified.

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