It has now been six years since the favorite real estate agent of the French
lost his mother
Christiane Plaza succumbed to cancer of the pleura in 2016. This ordeal deeply affected Stéphane Plaza, plunging him for a time into depression, as confided by his dad, Raymond Plaza, a former French cyclist.
As for many French people who have lost a loved one, the end of year celebrations only accentuate the pain experienced.
On the occasion of his Christmas shopping, the 52-year-old remembers with nostalgia the
"sweet scent of childhood, that of the roasted chestnuts that Mum and Dad offered us at the approach of the end of year celebrations or again that of mulled wine which at nightfall reminds us that winter is here»
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On December 24,
publishes a photo of him posing next to a decorated tree on his Instagram account accompanied by a caption:
“For Christmas, you have to know how to spoil your loved ones and for all those who have been good ,..
As you get older, the list of gifts gets shorter, because not everything you want can be bought.
For Christmas and in life, my mum and dad gave me the most beautiful gift: they believed in me.
“It was a period that I hated”
And now that his mum is no longer with them, he is enjoying every moment spent with his 90-year-old dad.
Last year, during the Christmas holidays, the former French cyclist and his son took advantage of a trip to Martinique for the first time.
“It is December 24, my smile reappears on my face….
It is true that for a few years, it was a period that I hated, which saddened me…..
I decided to heal my wound
, to heal my heart, to get better, so that my guardian angel would be happy to see me smile.
The pain is easing although I miss this loved one terribly, but this year, Christmas, it will be with my loved ones.
I no longer isolate myself, I now want to live and take full advantage of them, because family is sacred.
The TV host concludes by wishing his community to have
“a very good Christmas and enjoy your loved ones, the people you love.”