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Actress Nathalie Delon Nathalie Delon died at the age of 79

ALAIN DELON. The only woman Alain Delon ever married, Nathalie Delon died at the age of 79. It was their son Anthony who confirmed the sad news on Instagram.Married to Alain Delon in the 1960s, Nathalie Delon had played opposite him in particular in Le Samouraï by Jean-Pierre Melville in 1967. From her union with “the cheetah” was born Anthony Delon. It was their son who announced the news of his death on Thursday, January 21, 2021 on his official Instagram account. In the post, we can see the simple message “RIP Mum” accompanied by a photo of the mother and her son. Anthony Delon also announced the news “My mother died this morning at 11 am, in Paris, surrounded by her relatives”. Anthony Delon also specified that it is the disease which took away Nathalie Delon who “died of rapid cancer”.

Alain and Nathalie Delon were married in 1964 before divorcing five years later. Remained close despite their breakup more than fifty years ago, Nathalie and Alain Delon took advantage of the Christmas holidays to meet again as Anthony Delon had shown through a photograph posted on his Instagram account. He had also written a legend which left little doubt about the relationship his parents still shared: “Unswerving love”.In the eyes of the general public, she remains Jane, the partner of Alain Delon in “The Samurai” (1967), taken from the novel “The Ronin”, by Goan McLeod. She has shot a total of thirty films in supporting roles until the early 1980s, including “L’Armée des ombres” (1969), also by Jean-Pierre Melville, “Docteur Justice” (1975), by Christian-Jaque, and “Une femme fidèle” (1976), by Roger Vadim.Nathalie Delon will then go behind the camera by directing “They call it an accident” (1982) and “Sweet Lies” (1986), with Treat Williams. Photo Courtsey Instagramm-Web Archivie

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