Céline Dion still feels support from deceased spouse
The death of her husband René Angélil has Céline Dion stronger. The singer has learned better for herself now that she is there alone.
“He was my man but also my manager,” explains Dion in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “He was sitting in a business on top of it. Now I have for myself come to mind. I have learned that sometimes I can best say: ‘I’m not out yet, let me there later.’ And that time I take.”
The singer feels still supported by her husband, who in January of 2016 at the age of 73 died. “For us, everything was 50/50. I feel that he gives me his 50 percent has also given, allowing me to complete again would feel for the rest of my life. I feel this strongly and have idea that he is still with me.”
Dion sees himself now as familiehoofd, a role that they are per se not on the shoulders of oldest son, René-Charles (16) wanted to lay down. “He is not the man in the house, he should his own dreams.” The singer says that her now six-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson a less close relationship with their father had. “They have not seen him the last three years of their life, so they have him not as well known.”