Alice Taglioni reveals another side. The 47-year-old actress is also a writer, notably with the release of his first book, A living dad, to the editions Robert Laffont. It tells the story of Elliot, a seven-year-old boy who has to deal with the absence of his father. This plot is inspired by his personal story since the current partner of Laurent Delahousse, lost the father of her first child, Jocelyn Quivrin, during a car accident in 2005. Their son was only eight months old at the time. A tragic episode which led to a phase of mourning, but was also not without consequences on the mother that she is now.
At the microphone of France Inter, this Thursday, November 23, Alice Taglioni confessed be a “mother hen”. While she had two other children with the France 2 journalist, in 2016 and 2019, the writer feels the need to be regularly at their side. “I want to spend time with them, I want to see my children grow up, I want to have these magical momentsI don’t want to lose them or tell myself that I missed out on that”, she declared in response to questions from Léa Salamé.
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Alice Taglioni: “We are here to guide our children”
With her son Charlie, Alice Taglioni was faced with the need to address the death of her father, Jocelyn Quivrin. The 47-year-old actress therefore learned “to formulate things clearly to a child”and so to say that his daddy “didn’t leave”but “he is dead”. “Children need to be spoken to like adults, as people capable of understanding things which we imagine are too difficult for them”she said at the microphone of France Inter.
In his book, A living dad, Alice Taglioni chose to direct a child who comes to console his mother faced with this common mourning. “This inversion of the order of things”named by Léa Salamé, was explained by the author this Thursday, November 23: “I find that this happens quite often. It is not necessarily a good thing. We must not forget that we are here to guide our children, and it is not the opposite that should happen. pass. But, children are in life, absolutely.” Alice Taglioni, however, did not explain whether this situation remained fiction, or corresponded to that which she had experienced after the death of her first love.
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