January 14, 2022 3:04PM EST
The ‘My Heart Will Go On’ vocalist paid tribute to her hubby of implicit 20 years with a saccharine Instagram photograph of him.
Celine Dion lost her husband René Angélil five years agone successful January 2016. The 53-year-old popstar honored his representation connected the day of his decease connected Friday January 14 with a moving Instagram post. The black-and-white photo, which you tin spot here, she shared showed René wearing a suit and giving a tiny thumbs up. Celine penned an affectional tribute to her precocious husband, who died astatine 73-years-old, wherever she said that she thought astir him constantly.
Celine captioned the photograph with the aforesaid connection twice. While it’s been 5 years since she mislaid the emotion of her life, the Canadian popular icon assured her precocious hubby that he’s inactive ever connected her mind. “I would beryllium lying if I said I’m fine, I deliberation of you astatine slightest a 100 times, origin successful the echo of my dependable I perceive your words conscionable similar you’re there… I miss you,” she wrote. The lone quality betwixt the 2 messages was the past line, which was “I miss you” written successful French.
After gathering precise aboriginal successful Celine’s vocation erstwhile she was conscionable a pre-teen, René and Celine reconnected erstwhile she was an big and fell successful love. They tied the knot successful 1994, and they were unneurotic until his decease successful 2016. Together they had 3 children: René-Charles, 20, Nelson, and Eddy, both 11.
In the years since René’s death, Celine has enactment her absorption connected her kids, and she revealed successful a May 2021 interrogation with Today that she was inactive taking clip to bespeak connected her past and contiguous loves, and she was unsure if she’d day again. “Right this second, emotion is truthful large close present successful my life, with my kids, with beingness itself,” she explained. “I’m not reasoning astir a narration and falling successful emotion again. I don’t. Do I person to accidental that it volition ne'er hap anymore? I don’t know. I don’t know.”