After the “national tribute” which will be paid to Johnny Hallyday on Saturday in Paris, the rocker's remains will fly to Saint-Barth, Sunday where he will be buried, Monday, December 11, in the strictest privacy.
For nine years, the rocker and his family had made St-Barth their favorite destination. The singer was still there last August, and had promised to return next March. Last September, when the island was so badly hit by Hurricane Irma, Laeticia posted a long message of support for the islanders.
His last trip…
After the national tributes which will take place, on Saturday, on the most beautiful avenue in the world, "the remains of Johnny Hallyday will arrive Sunday evening in Saint-Barth and he will be buried Monday at the end of the morning at the Lorient cemetery," said the President. of the Collectivity of Saint-Barthélemy, Bruno Magras specifying that the ceremony should take place "in family intimacy". _AF
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