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Celine Dion and her husband /longtime manager René Angélil were married for 21 years before he died in 2016. On Jan. Now, on the one- year anniversary of his death , the “My Heart Will Go On” singer is honoring her late husband ’s life with a touching video tribute on Facebook.
Celine Dion took to Instagram on Monday to honor her late husband three years after his tragic death . The singer posted a beautiful shot of Angélil A source told ET last April that Dion still remains devoted to Angélil , and has no interest in dating anytime soon. "Her husband was the love of her life
has honored her late husband, , and his “beautiful smile” on the four-year anniversary of his death.
Angélilat the age of 73 following a long battle with throat cancer in 2016. The couple had been married for 21 years and shared .
On Tuesday,posted a photo of Angélil, whom she had known since the age of 12, with a pup on her Instagram account.
“There is not a day that goes by without me thinking about your beautiful smile,” she wrote. “We miss you, thank you for watching over us my love. I love you. Céline xx…”
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The French Canadian diva post a loving tribute to her late husband René Angélil on Instagram. He showed an extreme commitment and belief in Céline 's future, going so far as to mortgage his own The only one: Nine months after her husband 's death , Céline revealed the pivotal nature of René 's
Celine Dion Posted Two Heartbreaking Tributes One Year After René Angélil 's Death . The first video, posted on Celine 's Facebook page on Saturday, features clips of René from his childhood through his singing career and his first moments with Celine as her career began.
The sweet post comes two months after Dion opened up about what she misses most about Angélil during an interview with.
"His smell. His touch. His way of making me laugh,". "It's, like, when I'm not on stage and my fans are home and I go in a hotel, for example, I don't have any pillow talk."
“Rene will always be with me, but I'm not in pain,” she added. “Let go of the pain. Say yes. Say yes for dance. Say yes for friendship. Say yes for love maybe one day. I don't know."
talked further about the idea of finding love again during an in September. Admitting the chapter was “closed” at the time, she said she would happily open up about any future romances.
"Am I going to love again? I am in love, I am in love with my life, I am in love with my children, I’m in love with my work," she said. "I love what I do today even more than before. Am I going to have a partner in my life? We'll stay tuned and if I do, I will share it and it would be a pleasure to share it.”
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Celine Dion Pays Tribute to Her Late Husband René Angélil in Emotional Retrospective Video of 2016. Dion told E! News last year that she was proud of son's strength in the wake of his father's passing. "For a 15- year -old boy to lose his dad is really hard," she said.
WATCH: Celine Dion Changes Las Vegas Show to Include Tribute to Late Husband Rene Angelil . After the video, Celine took the stage solo to a standing ovation, looking elegant in a black sequined gown. She opened the show with a performance of “With One More Look at You/Watch Closely Now”
“It's a chapter that's closed, but it's not something that's dead,”continued. “You evolve and maybe sometimes you meet a friend and it turns out into something bigger than that. Who knows and maybe not? But I will let you know. I promise."
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Céline Dion: With emotion, she looks back on the death of René Angélil, her husbandOn the occasion of the release of her album , Courage, Céline Dion returned to Le Parisien about the drama that affected her four years ago: the death of her husband, René Angélil.
Everything is rolling, for Céline Dion."He will never leave" , the singer has something to smile about. Indeed, his new album, Courage, has just been released, and his tour is about to be a real hit : in France, it only took an hour and a half to sell 250,000 tickets. This Monday, November 18, she promoted her album at . But this interview was also an opportunity for the singer to come back to the death of René Angélil, four years later.
First, the name of the album is closely linked to this event. " Courage is the drama that I, my children and my family experienced when René left" , explains Céline Dion, admitting that her man "gave him everything, learned everything". Before adding: "René is part of me, he will never leave". At the heart of the interview, she now confesses that she has to "drop out" of her husband. "Now it's my turn to raise my children as best I can and find my own strength" .
And, as often, it is also through music and this new album that the artist tries to find the necessary strength. "I discover myself, I feel younger, coward Céline Dion. I allow myself to do things, I want to explore" . There too, the singer makes the link between this new way of being and the death of her husband: "Knowing that he no longer suffers, I have the impression of having grown up".
The show must go on.
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