US Gwendoline Hamon: her regret about her separation from Frédéric Diefenthal

17:55  25 february  2021
17:55  25 february  2021 Source:   allocine.fr

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Gwendoline Hamon : son regret au sujet de sa séparation avec Frédéric Diefenthal © KCS Gwendoline Hamon: her regret about her separation from Frédéric Diefenthal Gwendoline Hamon is the proud mother of a sixteen-year-old boy, whom she had with the actor Frédéric Diefenthal, from whom she has since separated. In the columns of Gala, she admits "feeling guilty", sometimes, of this rupture.

Whether in theater, cinema, or television, Gwendoline Hamon has, at 50, a rich career behind her . Recently, also because the coronavirus crisis has passed through there , the actress is focusing on her projects for the small screen. According to Télé-Loisirs, Gwendoline Hamon has just finished filming new episodes of season 5 of Cassandre for France 3 as well as the miniseries Une si longue nuit, with Mathilde Seigner and Jean-Pierre Darroussin.

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Far from the cameras, the actress shared a decade of her life with actor Frédéric Diefenthal, until 2013. Together, they had a boy, Gabriel , who is now sixteen years old. At the beginning of February, she shared her anguish to see him grow as much as the love she has for him , on Instagram. "The mother and the child! I'm not the virgin and he is not the son of God, he is only mine, but I love this photo where I seem to rest on his growing strength , she writes next to a mother-son cliché. My air is peaceful but all the same scared that the time of departure is coming ... we are not there but the beast is no longer so far from the flight! I close my eyes and see him again, little , clinging to me, strangling me like a baby monkey, funny, energetic, tender ".

"Would it have been better if ..."

In an interview with Gala , Gwendoline Hamon expresses her only regret for her son. " I feel guilty about being separated from her daddy, she says. Even if it's become the norm now. Fewer and fewer couples manage to stay together for a lifetime. We have one, two, three , four men in his life. However, those we have loved one day will always count. A kind of guilt persists: “Would it have been better if…?” A separation is never cheerful nor easy , even when things are going very well. And it is the child who suffers the first, he who has not asked for anything, he who does not understand that his parents are no longer in harmony ".

This ordeal could turn, all the same, into a force for Gabriel. "I speak as the daughter of divorced parents, recalls the actress. By being confronted with the lack, the pain that separation involves, the child develops hypersensitivity, but also great strength. It is the Gabriel's case. These are kids who will adapt and understand more quickly how the world works ”. And the parents will still be there.

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