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Léane Labrèche-Dor makes Jean-Philippe Wautier cry by talking about losing his mother when he was a teenager

Léane Labrèche-Dor makes Jean-Philippe Wautier cry by talking about losing his mother when he was a teenager


Léane Labrèche-Dor has recently made a noticeable appearance on the set of the show Good evening!. Her discussion with host Jean-Philippe Wautier turned into a very poignant moment when the actress recalled the memory of her beloved mother, Fabienne Dore, who died when she was just 16 years old.

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In a poignant moment of honesty, daughter Marc Labreche She shares her thoughts about her mother not being there to see her children: “I can't believe my mother won't see my children. Because I've always wanted children.” She describes her mother as extraordinary: “I had a really wonderful mother!” The mother expresses emotional emptiness She feels a lack of maternal validation, and regrets not having her mother's encouragement during important moments in her life, especially motherhood: “I really wish I had the hope of 'Hey, you're doing so well!'”

She emphasizes the unique importance of a mother's love, saying that nothing can replace it: “But I believe that a mother's love, when you are lucky enough to have it and as I was lucky to have it, there is nothing that can surpass it.” “Which.” The actress also speaks about the lasting emotional impact of losing her mother, revealing that she still feels the need to talk to her: “Sometimes I'm like…those are the only times I go” ** ** That I would call my mom! I need To talk to my mom.

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Despite the pain, Leanne expresses gratitude for the precious memories and love she shared with her mother, compared to a less authentic relationship: “I would rather be 16 with a mother who loves me, then gives me everything she can.” Instead of spending life with a relationship that is not human, honest, and good. So I'm lucky, anyway.”

Watch part of this touching moment again:

What a beautiful, moving conversation!

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