Despite the controversy easily predictable, their mother-in-law Laeticia Hallyday was not kept informed of the project. It was while reading the magazine Public and the Journal de Saint-Barth , Laura Smet et David Hallyday have discovered that the body of their father should soon be exhumed from his grave in the cemetery in Lorient, on the island of Saint-Barth.

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Laeticia Hallyday, in effect, has asked the authorities for permission to build a family vault, a few meters away. To do this, it will be necessary to move graves dating from the time when the island was Swedish (1784-1877). The date of the exhumation of the mortal remains of the singer was not formalized.

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“Laura is extremely shocked”, told the Figaro one of its lawyers, Maître Hervé Témime. “David was not more aware of it”, added the advice of David, Master Carine Piccio, and mr. Pierre-Jean Douvier. Contacted by Le Figaro , Bruno Cras, president of the community of the island, was not available.

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