In a relationship with Laeticia Hallyday for a few months, Jalil Lespert spends a lot of time with the latter’s two daughters, Jade and Joy. If the 44-year-old actor is close to the two teenage girls, he is also the father of three children: Gena (17 years old), Aliosha (13 years old) and Kahina (10 years old). If the star does not see them on a daily basis, there is not a very present and proud dad of them. Thus, it is on his Instagram account that he shared on Saturday March 20, 2021 a video where we can see his son, Aliosha, who performs a figure with his skate on the stairs of the Palais de Tokyo, in Paris. In legend, Laeticia Hallyday’s companion simply wrote: “Proud of you.” In the comments section, Internet users shared: “Bravo son, he looks like you!” : “Bravo champion!” ; or again: “Perseverance pays!”
A few days earlier, it was to his companion that Jalil Lespert had made a beautiful statement. On the occasion of the 46th birthday of his beautiful, the actor had shared on his Instagram account: “Happy birthday my love, you are the wonder, the jewel that makes me vibrate, breathe and dream every second.” Satisfied, Johnny Hallyday’s widow replied in the comments section: “I could spend the rest of my days lost in the immensity of your love. The way you love me is a transcendental experience. I love you until ‘to the far reaches of the universe. ” It seems that the duo are more in love than ever!
The star’s secrets about her children
Discreet about his private life, it was in the columns of Télérama that Jalil Lespert had confided in his role as a father. “I try to be the most attentive, the most present. I think that I am part of this generation of fathers who are aware that they have a real role to play in education,” he confided. While his job leaves him a lot of freedom, the actor is a present dad. He had thus confided: “My eldest at 16 years old. I had it quite young and I was already an actor and director. And when we do these jobs, we are lucky to be often at home. So sometimes, we are very busy, but when we are there, we are really there! I was lucky enough to be present enough and I hope loving enough! “
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