As the coronavirus health crisis continues to hit France, family moments are increasingly precious. Daniel Auteuil is in a good position to know that. Indeed, for several months, the world of culture has been at half mast. "I am fallow", dropped the 71-year-old comedian, guest in Portrait of the week by Audrey Crespo-Mara, broadcast in Seven to eight, Sunday February 7, 2021 on TF1. To try to keep smiling in this context which is far from obvious, he can count on the presence of his relatives. To start with her 11-year-old son, Zachary. The French actor confided without filter, on his daily life alongside his family. "I get up quite early, I cook breakfast for my son, I take him to school", did he declare.
Daniel Auteuil also mentioned his wife, Aude Ambroggi. "I come back, I bring tea to my wife and we discuss what she is going to do in her work, she is a painter", he continued. And to relate, with humor: "I tell him what I'm going to do, but hey, as it's always the same I stop telling him!" Fortunately, the Caesarized for his roles in Jean de Florette and Manon des sources knows relativize and hope for the future. "The only solution, it seems to me, to get us out of this tragedy is the vaccine, indeed. I believe that there are more and more people who are ready to want to be vaccinated. . The problem is that there is no more vaccine, or that there is less of it ", he lamented before launching: "It'll get better !"
His son, "a miracle of life"
In April 2011, Daniel Auteuil had delivered on the birth of his son, which dated back to two years previously, in the columns of Femina version. "To have a child at my age, it gives a peach, a strength, it is a miracle of life. " For this daddy of three children, having a boy has a special meaning. "It would have been a girl, I would have loved her just as much, I adore my daughters and my granddaughter. But in Provence, it's true that it has a special meaning, boy. I'm not macho, but it's the blink of an eye of life anyway. I am very happy", he confessed. Confidences loaded with tenderness.
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