"I was very in love with him": Sophie Tapie bruised by the death of Ferdinand, son of Patrick Chesnais

“I was very in love with him”: Sophie Tapie bruised by the death of Ferdinand, son of Patrick Chesnais

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Fifteen after the death of Ferdinand, the son of Patrick Chesnais, Sophie Tapie is still bruised by this disappearance. She wanted to pay him a vibrant tribute during his visit to Europe 1.

Confidences with an open heart. In 2006, Patrick Chesnais’ son, named Ferdinand, disappeared in a car accident. He was in a friend’s vehicle, who was driving drunk. A tragedy that had touched the heart of Sophie Tapie, the daughter of Bernard Tapie, who took acting lessons with him. More than fifteen years later, the young woman wanted to pay him a beautiful tribute during his appearance on the show Tell me what you singbroadcast on Europe 1, Sunday July 3, 2022.

Indeed, Sophie Tapie was moved to hear the title you are beautifulsung by Pauline Croze, which makes him think of his missing friend: “She reminds me of a friend of mine who was at the Cours Eva Saint Paul, we did theater together. It was Ferdinand Chesnais. We listened to this song on repeat. It was really our song from that time and it is died suddenly.”still bruised, she remembers the good memories spent in the company of Ferdinand : “He was a good friend of mine, we were in class together and overnight, he never came back to class again. We all thought there was a problem… Because Eva, our theater master, never arrived late. And that morning, she arrived late. And we thought there had been a problem. We were a billion leagues away. imagine it was Ferdinand.”

Sophie Tapie: “This story traumatized me a little”

Sophie Tapie who describes the son of Patrick Chesnais as a “guy who was incredibly handsome”, explains that she had a crush on him: “At the time I was 21, it’s not in the order of things. It must never happen. It was honestly the worst funeral of my life. The pain of the parents, the sister, the His grand-parents… This story traumatized me a bit. because besides, like 99% of people, I was very much in love with him. So on top of that there was this kind of admiration, of incompleteness. You start to redo the film: ‘What if…'”.

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Sophie Tapie
A tragedy that had touched the heart of Sophie Tapie, the daughter of Bernard Tapie, who took acting lessons with him.

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Sophie Tapie
More than fifteen years later, the young woman wanted to pay him a beautiful tribute during his visit to the show Tell me what you sing, broadcast on Europe 1, Sunday July 3, 2022.

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Sophie Tapie
Indeed, Sophie Tapie was moved to hear the title T’es beau, sung by Pauline Croze, which makes her think of her missing friend: “She reminds me of a friend of mine who was at Cours Eva Saint Paul, we were doing theater together.

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Sophie Tapie
“It was Ferdinand Chesnais. We listened to this song over and over. It was really our song from that time and he died suddenly.”

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Sophie Tapie
Still bruised, she remembers the good memories spent in the company of Ferdinand: “He was a good friend of mine, we were in class together and overnight, he never came back to class again. ”

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Sophie Tapie
“We all thought there was a problem… Because Eva, our theater master, never arrived late. And that morning, she arrived late. said there had been a problem. We were a billion leagues away from imagining that it was Ferdinand.”

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Sophie Tapie
Sophie Tapie who describes the son of Patrick Chesnais as a “guy who was incredibly beautiful”,

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Sophie Tapie
explains that she had a crush on him: “At the time I was 21, it’s not in the order of things. ”

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Sophie Tapie
“It should never happen. It was honestly the worst funeral of my life. The pain of the parents, of the sister, of her grandparents…”

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Sophie Tapie
“It traumatized me a little this story because in addition, like 99% of people, I was very in love with him. ”

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Sophie Tapie
“So on top of that there was this kind of admiration, of unfinished business. You start to remake the film for yourself: “What if…””.

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