In 1990, Adeline Blondieau and Johnny Hallyday got married for the first time. A little girl’s dream that came true for the actress …
“Beware because one day i will marry you“Johnny Hallyday told him
Their story began very early. Johnny Hallyday being very friends with Adeline Blondieau’s father, Long Chris, he got to know the one who would become his future wife when she was still very young: “I saw the baby grow into a child. When I was 6 years old, I was already telling her: “Beware because one day I will marry you.” She was laughing to tears. I saw the child grow into a little girl, a teenager, and then a young woman with heartache. I consoled her“, wrote the singer in his autobiographical book Destroy. Then when he separated from Nathalie Baye in 1984, Johnny Hallyday spent a lot of time with Adeline Blondieau’s parents, a good way for the two future spouses to get closer in all discretion.
“From the top of my 6 years I thought it was great“
For several years, Adeline Blondieau grew up with this promise in the back of her head: “We were spending vacations together. He would promise me he was going to marry me when I grew up. From the top of my 6 years I thought it was great. It sounded like a fairy tale and I believed it“, she confides to Paris Match. Over time, their relationship evolves and a love story is finally born: “We got closer. We were very accomplices. Then the relationship got complicated, becoming more secret. On my 18th birthday he told me: “Since you are of age I will be able to marry you!” It seemed absolutely obvious to us because it was the promise of always. A year later, we were married“, she says. Finally, during the summer of 1990, Johnny Hallyday, 47, and Adeline Blondieau, 19, decide to say ‘yes’ to each other during a disproportionate wedding in Saint-Tropez …
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