Marc Lavoine: what did his first wife Denise Pascale die of?

Marc Lavoine: what did his first wife Denise Pascale die of?

In the 80s, Marc Lavoine met Denise Pascale who would become the mother of his first child. Unfortunately, in 2017, the model died in the United States.

Marc Lavoine has melted the hearts of many fans, fans of his songs but also of his charm. In his private life, the singer had a first romance with model Denise Pascale. It was in California, during an audition for a series that the two lovebirds met in the 80s. And between them, it will be love at first sight. “I had arrived early, Denise’s partner was late. So we rehearsed our roles together. We had to play a scene of great tenderness, a romantic encounter.”

This meeting, Marc Lavoine and Denise Pascal will make a real relationship and a little Simon will be born from this love, in 1986. But shortly after his birth, the couple separated. The singer will find love again in the arms of Sarah Poniatowski, with whom he had three children: Yasmine (in 1998), Roman (in 2007) and Milo (in 2010). But Marc Lavoine has never forgotten his first love. Unfortunately, in December 2017, Denise Pascale died of cancer in San Francisco.

Marc Lavoine paid tribute to Denise Pascale in The Voice

The singer and his son Simon are going to the United States for their funeral. “I manage with my loneliness, I had my mother dead before my eyes, the mother of my first child Simon left us”he told TV Star in June 2018. In 2020, Marc Lavoine once again paid tribute to the mother of his first childon the set of The Voice. “I’m not going to take out the violins for you. I have a 33-year-old son who has our colors between us. He listens to the music you play. His mother listened to him too.” A disappearance that will have branded Marc Lavoine, who keeps thinking about the one who gave him her first child.


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