Marilou Berry: His son Andy poses proudly, for a tender nod to his late grandpa

Marilou Berry is rather discreet when it comes to her private life. But it has been a few rare times that the daughter of Josiane Balasko reveals a few precious moments alongside her family, to her subscribers on Instagram. While his companion Alexis, a street artist responding to the nickname of the Diamantaire, published this Wednesday, June 15, a snapshot of their little boy named Andy, this time it is the actress who gets started with a touching nod to his late father.

We were thus able to see again a photo ofAndy, a 4-year-old boy already looked stylish with his long hair, posing near a work of which he seemed very proud. Apparently, during their creative afternoon, Alexis and Andy made some clay sculptures. And one of them seems to represent the face of Marilou’s father, Philippe Berry (disappeared since September 5, 2019 at the age of 63). On a story, the daughter of Josiane Balasko thus unveiled the work by mentioning her father. Then, she published a photo of her son perched on the work, and probably next to his dad, Alexis.

The succession is assured

The sculptor Le Diamantaire is proud of his offspring, who seem to have already inherited the family artistic fiber. On Instagram, the dad congratulated himself on his appetite for art. “The next generation is coming“, he wrote in the caption ofa photo of Andy wearing a large diamond, carefully covering his face. Discreet about her idyll with the artist, Marilou Berry is in any case very proud of her glories and her achievements in the middle of the street art of her man. “It began by pasting mirror-encrusted painted diamonds in the streets. He now creates superb pieces always around the diamond… We can follow him on his Instagram. And I’m not saying that because he’s my lover“, commented the actress of 39 years with Bibain October 2018.

The successful mourning of his father

About her father, the actress seen in I promise you admitted that he was finally able to overcome the pain of his loss. Thanks to her work and the help of a therapist. “Unlike her, I mourned my father. Besides, it hasn’t always been easy for me to dive back into this period of my life to draw from it emotions to play on screen. It’s like I’m stepping back. (…) What made my therapist jump“, she confided.

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