Warning: Famous Journalist’s Home Left Deserted After Cancer Battle

It was a year ago when we bid farewell to the iconic journalist for TF1 news, Jean-Pierre Pernaut, who valiantly fought against cancer until his last breath.

The Home That Once Bore His Laughter

Pernaut's last days were spent in the of his own in Louveciennes, Yvelines, situated close to the picturesque Marly-le-Roi park. He shared this abode with his wife, Nathalie Marquay, and their two children. However, following his death, it's been reported that the house now stands empty, resonating with memories of Pernaut's vibrant life.

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Marquay, finding the void left by Pernaut overwhelming, decided to relocate, thus raising rumors about the house being deserted. It's worth noting that, prior to Pernaut's demise, the couple had contemplated moving from their Louveciennes home to a new property in Antony.

A Rose in Memory of Pernaut

As a passionate advocate for French heritage and craftsmanship, Pernaut has a symbol of his love imprinted forever in the form of a rose. The gardeners can now lay their hands on a rose named Jean-Pierre Pernaut® Meikeneza, a generous variety that bears red, fragrant blooms from June till October. Fans of Pernaut and rose enthusiasts can order this variety from the Meilland Richardier website.

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Pernaut’s Battle with Cancer

It was lung cancer, stubbornly inoperable for several years, that claimed the life of the veteran journalist. This severe illness compelled him to take an early retirement from TF1 news. Pernaut's took a further downturn after he suffered multiple minor strokes and underwent open-heart surgery. He was 71 at the time of his departure.

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