Elodie hugs a little girl at the end of the concert and the public with a tender photo. The father of the small: “Thanks”

“This picture fills me with the heart,” he wrote Elodie accompanying image on Instagram, the exhibition smiling while accepting her tenderly in his arms a small fan at the end of his performance in the Val d’aosta. “A few days ago I sang at 2400 metres and this little girl at the end of the concert, I brought some fresh flowers and throw my arms. Thanks”, you can still read in the caption of the singer who has described the joy of being the recipient of so much affection on the part of a girl’s move from the most authentic spontaneity.

It is true, the period still requires all the caution of the case in respect to the distancing of society, but clearly in front of his idol the little one has been able to resist, and, by his hand, the same Elodie has not been able to curb a enthusiasm, so sweet caught in a shooting that touched the hearts of the followers.

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A few days ago I sang at 2400 metres and this little girl at the end of the concert, I brought some fresh flowers and throw my arms. This photo fills me with the heart. Thanks 💜

A post shared by Elodie (@elodie) date: 20-Jul-2020 at 3:23 pm PDT

The father of the child wrote to Elodie: “An emotion that I hope you will take a long time”

And among them, among the dozens and dozens of users who have commented on the emotion in that embrace, there was also the father of the young protagonist that he wanted to thank Elodie for having given his daughter an unforgettable moment. “I am the father of Greta, the girl that you embraced during your concert,” wrote the man in the comments to the photo: “always Listening to your songs, the like you so much and that hug was a dream for her. An emotion that I hope you will take a long time. I thank you with all my heart. You’re a beautiful person. Greta told me to tell you that he hopes to see you again”.

A beautiful certificate of gratitude to the humanity of a character who knows how to stop when the moment requires it.

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