The funeral of the Bogdanoff brothers took place this Monday, January 10 at the Madeleine church in Paris. Alexander, Igor’s son, paid a poignant tribute to his father.
An overwhelming moment. On December 28, sad news was announced since it concerns the death of Grichka Bogdanoff. He was joined by his brother, Igor, only six days later, on January 3. The Bogdanoff brothers left their mark on a whole generation. The two brothers were very controversial scientists but also key figures in the French audiovisual landscape. They were hospitalized after contracting Covid-19 and it was quickly revealed that neither was vaccinated. Inseparable, their funeral took place this Monday, January 10 at the Church of the Madeleine in Paris. Among the members of the clan, we could see the writer Amélie de Bourbon-Parme, Igor’s ex-wife, and her two children Alexander (10 years) and Constantine (7 years). As explained by Candice Mahout, head of the culture department of BFMTV, Alexandre has “greeted his dad and then his uncle “, she asserted. “Lord, I entrust my daddy to you as well as Grichka “, the little boy would have indicated. A very moving moment.
There were many of them. Relatives of Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff met this Monday, January 10 to pay a final tribute to the twins. Among the personalities present that day, there was first of all Cyril Hanouna. The host, who has worked with the twins in the past, had shared his immense sadness after the disappearances of his friends. He also mentioned a project all three of them had worked on. There was also the former minister Luc Ferry. It was he who explained that Igor was in a coma the day after Grichka’s death. We could also see Francis Lalanne, on the arm of Julie jardon, Igor’s latest companion. There was Sylvie Ortega, the philosopher Raphael Enthoven, the former host Julien Lepers, Massimo Gargia or Pierre-Jean Chalençon. Besides Julia Jardon, Amélie de Bourbon-Parme and Ludmilla d’Oultremont, Igor’s first two wives, were present. As for Chamaye, Grichka’s latest companion, she had also made the trip to say goodbye to the twins.
Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff: where will they be buried?
Following their funeral today, Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff will be buried this Wednesday January 12, in a very symbolic place for them. As the Dispatch reported, the twins will be buried together at Saint-Lary in the Gers, their birthplace. This is very important to them since they have spent their childhood in the castle of Esclignac in Monfort and they had decided to acquire it in 1986. An important place where the relatives of Igor and Grichka, inseparable until their death, will be able to meditate.
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