PHOTO Celine Dion : René Angelil died four years ago, she pays tribute to him

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Four years after the death of René Angelil, Céline Dion has always been so difficult to talk about her husband. On Instagram this 14 January, she has made a powerful and moving tribute.

On January 14, 2016, the famous artistic agent René Angelil died in Montreal at the age of 73 years. And if the year 2019 marked a return to strength for Céline Dion, with her new international tour “Courage” and the release of his album of the same name, this does not prevent the singer to think of the one who was her husband, and her mentor, for years. Four years to the day after the death of the father of her three sons, Celine Dion was keen to pay tribute to him on Instagram.

The touching tribute to Celine Dion

Usually, the social network serves mainly to talk about his musical activity, but this time the mother of René-Charles has chosen to open his heart. Under a photo of her husband, carrying their dog in his arms, the performer of “For you to love me again” took words very tender to the one who discovered it in 1981. “There is not a day where I don’t think of your beautiful smile. We miss you, please watch over us my love. I love you, Céline xx…”, wrote the singer, 51-year-old, in French and in English. Under the publication, its fans always have all sent messages of support, and comfort, accompanied by many hearts.

“Rene is part of me”

The powerful words that echo those spoken last November for the Parisian. “Rene is part of me, it will never leave”, had assured Celine Dion, specifying that the name of his new album, and her tour had not been chosen by chance : “”Courage,” it is the drama that me, my children and my family have lived in the departure of René”.

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There is not a day where I don’t think of your beautiful smile. We miss you, please watch over us my love. I love you, Céline xx… . There is not a day that goes by without me thinking about your beautiful smile. We miss you, thank you for watching over us my love. I love you. Céline xx…

A post shared by Céline Dion (@celinedion) on Jan 14, 2020 at 4:05am PST

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