Lara Fabian announces the death of his mother, “the most painful” of his life

Very taken by the release of his new album entitled Butterfly, the interpreter of The Difference was entrusted at the beginning of the month on the state of health of her mother, suffering from dementia with Lewy bodies (disease combining Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s). In Paris Match, she said : “We all have pebbles in our shoe. I have a mom who is very ill. She suffers from a neurodegenerative disease. In these painful moments, I’ve learned not to tinker with my pain, because it is not used for nothing. I’m going to the front. But I have to admit that this is the only part of my life where the word ‘combat’ applies. As soon as I see glimpses of a health problem, I look at him straight in the eye and tell him : ‘No, outside !’.”

Only child of Maria Luisa Serio, sicilian and Belgian flemish Pierre Crokaert, she was also entrusted to the broadcast Here on Radio Canada that his dad was suffering from fibromyalgia… in the Face of this ordeal, Lara Fabian can count on the support of her husband Gabriel di Giorgio and his daughter, Lou, 12 years old, whose father is Gérard Pullicino (they were separated in 2012).