Helene de fougerolles et sa fille:- Hélène de Fougerolles is more than a well-known actress. Côté vie privée, elle était également la mère d’un enfant autiste, Shana, 18 ans, qu’elle a eu avec son ex-compagnon, le producteur Éric Hubert.
T’inquiète pas maman, cela va se passer, l’actrice de 48 ans évoque avec une sincérité touchante la différence de sa fille dans son livre autobiographique. Having previously maintained secrecy on the subject, the comedian no longer want to do so. During a conversation with our Téléstar colleagues, she discussed her role as a mother and her tendency to be “very protective, perhaps too protective” of her daughter.
Helene de fougerolles et sa fille
- Nonetheless, nothing was easy for her and her daughter.
- A longtime resident of the déni, Hélène de Fougerolles spent her days in the hospital attempting to decipher and understand her daughter’s views. “I had difficulty comprehending that there was a problem.
- Everything seemed to be normal to me. However, there is no issue with Shana; she is just unique”.
- Even though the French celebrity goes to great lengths to ensure his child’s happiness, this does not prevent him from being concerned. Toujours dans les colonnes de Télé Star, ce lundi 3 mai, en kiosques, la mère de family parle de ses appréhensions.
- Additionally, she admits to “having a tendency to be very protective” of her daughter, “perhaps too…”
However, what is beneficial in my case is that his father (producer Éric Hubert, ndlr) and his mother both insist that he resume work until she arrives.
They’ve even taught him how to ski or do a delta plane jump”.
Nothing has been easy for Hélène de Fougerolles. For a long time, the actress believed herself to be “a bad mother” due to her daughter’s illness. “We’ve known for a long time that Shana had behavioural issues as a result of me, that I was too vulnerable, unbalanced, and protective,” she said to Télé Star.
In Sept à Huit, on TF1, a few weeks ago, the mother of the family admitted, not without some emotion, that her daughter was “différente” and “particulière.” And to continue: “It is true that this is something I am unable to explain. She is not mentally handicapped; she is unique; she is really magnificent.”