US News Charlotte Gainsbourg: what made her decide to open Serge Gainsbourg's house to the public
Prince Philip: He was hospitalized
Concern in Great Britain: Prince Philip (99) had to be hospitalized on Tuesday evening (February 16) on the advice of his doctor. As Buckingham Palace announced according to "dailymail.co.uk", the husband of Queen Elizabeth (94) felt uncomfortable. The 99-year-old had been taken to the King Edward Hospital in London as a precaution and will stay there for a few days. His illness should not be related to Covid-19 and his admission will not be treated as an emergency.
On February 26, Charlotte Gainsbourg confided in our colleagues from AFP on her plan to open the house of her father, Serge Gainsbourg, to the public. A possible project after years of refusal on the part of his inconsolable daughter.
Charlotte Gainsbourg plans to open, from the start of the school year if sanitary conditions allow it. A museum project that she has always refused to consider. The house on rue de Verneuil in Paris is that of his childhood. The mourning of his father was also very complicated. Serge Gainsbourg died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 62 on March 2, 1991: “I mourned my father very badly, because there was such a public phenomenon around him . And I was young too, I was 19 so… I protected myself. I kept this house, basically, like he was coming back, some ghostly ideas . I haven't broken anything. I did not look death in the face, "she confided in January to Madame Figaro. If this project is now possible, it is also because Charlotte Gainsbourg had a decisive encounter: "I have still touched wood since the time I have devoted myself to it. I finally found a trustworthy person to support me on the project. I needed to be supported , "she revealed in Les Inrockuptibles. The project is still in preparation, but it is moving forward. The actress even has some ideas for naming this place: "We are still thinking about the name, between Maison Serge Gainsbourg or the Mansion, which resonates with his song. . It's like he just walked through the door. "
Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, hospitalized after feeling ill
© Adrian DENNIS / POOL / AFP Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was hospitalized Tuesday evening as a precautionary measure in King Edward VII Hospital in London after feeling sick. The 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh is due to stay for a few days under observation. Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II aged 99, was hospitalized "as a precaution" in London after feeling ill and will remain under observation for a few days, Buckingham Palace announced on Wednesday.
"I must manage to detach myself from it"
Ifat the idea of , it hasn't always been. For many years, Jane Birkin's daughter refused to consider this project: “In the first ten years, when I was the most sure of the project, was very complicated to complete. And afterwards, I went back because it was a bit what I had left of him, so I kept him like a treasure, ”she told AFP on February 26. It was only by leaving far from France that Charlotte Gainsbourg gradually decided to take the plunge: “ When I went to New York 6 years ago - now I'm back to Paris - I took some distance and I understood that it had to be done ”. For her, opening this museum dedicated to her father has even become a health issue: “ For people, but also for my mental health , I have to be able to detach myself from it. It has to be a place that is truly rooted in Parisian heritage, that it is accessible ”.
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