August 16, 2022

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Robert Charlebois was in mourning

Robert Charlebois was in mourning

She got iron health. As recently as April 11, she hung glasses at her French apartment in Antibes with her daughter Laurence and her famous son-in-law to celebrate her 108th birthday. “Soon, you’ll be able to stay in your living room and watch my concert in 3D hologram from your home,” the singer told him. Robert Charlebois’ mother-in-law, Lucienne Frey, affectionately known as Mamita by those around her, breathed her last last week in her native France.

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His grandson, singer-songwriter Jerome Charlebois, gave him a song, which he recorded in a video he posted on Facebook. “I wanted to pay tribute to my grandmother. […] to the tune Grandma is blueHere Mamitha…»

News magazine good morning Talked about her as a woman who was rounded, dynamic, independent and eager to discover the world – she left for India alone at the age of 88. It states that she drove her car till she was 98 years old.

Robert Charlebois was very close to his mother-in-law and the place where she had lived for ages. “I am the most Antibois of Quebecers and the most Azurian of Canadians,” the singer declared, among other things, in a video where the entourage celebrated the woman’s 105th anniversary. “My mother-in-law heard that the oldest woman on the planet was Japanese and she was 120, so she said, ‘I still have at least 15 years left.

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