Laeticia Hallyday and Jalil Lespert are inseparable. Since the officialization of their story in October 2020, the ex of Johnny Hallyday and the son of Jean Lespert spin the perfect love, enjoying their romance in the streets of Rome or, later, on the beaches of Saint-Barthélémy. But if the couple is beaming on social networks, they must face the problems of any blended family: that of children. After a few weeks of relationship, Laeticia Hallyday met Kahina, born on November 6, 2010 from the union of Jalil Lespert and his former partner, Sonia Rolland. In an interview with Gala, the Rwandan-born actress assured that Kahina’s meeting with her father’s new love went relatively well.
“Jalil presented it quickly,” confides the actress of Tropiques Criminels to our colleagues at Gala. “Even though she needs a little time to adapt, like all children her age, Kahina is an intelligent and open little girl.” She nevertheless underlines that “the reconstituted family, it is always a challenge” and affirms to count on her ex-companion to show patience with his daughter and “to maintain the privileged bond which he has with” her.
Jade Hallyday disapproves
If all seems to be going well for Jalil Lespert, this is unfortunately not the case for Laeticia Hallyday. According to Ici Paris, Jade, the eldest daughter of Johnny and Laeticia Hallyday, “would live very badly” and would not approve of her mother’s new relationship with the actor of The Dreamed Child. In the middle of a teenage crisis, she would go through a complicated period with her mother, with whom she would have more and more difficulty communicating. It must be said that only three years separates her from the death of her father, who died on December 5, 2017 after a long battle with cancer.
Laeticia Hallyday and Jalil Lespert © Instagram @lhallyday