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 2016/03/07

On January 22nd, 2016 one day after holding a public memorial service so members of the public can say their last goodbyes and give well wishes to Celine she is about to prepare to say her “last goodbyes” to the man who has helped her achieve her dreams but most of all who was a good husband. Check out 30+ photos in the gallery.

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Recording artist Celine Dion attends the State Funeral Service for Celine Dion’s Husband Rene Angelil at Notre-Dame Basilica on January 22, 2016 in Montreal, Canada

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 2016/03/07

Grief-striken: The burden on the star was clear to see as she arrived at church - her face covered in a black veil

Celine Dion led hundreds of mourners in an emotional final farewell to her late husband René Angélil on Friday. 

The heartbroken singer elegantly dressed in a black full-sleeve dress and a long black veil managed to maintain her composure for the touching ceremony remembering the showbiz manager at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal.

She was joined by her three children. Older son René Charles, 14, escorted his elderly grandmother Thérèse, 88, into the service, while Celine walked in gripping the hands of her twin five-year-old sons Nelson and Eddy,

A huge number of well-wishers also gathered for the ‘national funeral’ service – filling the aisles of the church and the area outside.

A national funeral is the closest a non-politician can get to a state funeral in Canada and is in-part paid for by the government. The couple are so popular in the province and the country at large that Angélil and his grieving wife were offered the highest honor.

Also in attendance was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife, Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau, and federal Heritage Minister Mélanie Jol.

Grief-stricken: Older son René Charles, 14, escorted his elderly grandmother, Therese, into the service while Celine walked in gripping the hands of her twin five-year-old sons Nelson and Eddy
Farewell: Celine waves to the fans that turned out to show support for the singer in her time of grief as she departs the funeral

The service was broadcast on giant screens outside the Basilica – the church where the couple was married in December 1994 – and flags across Quebec will remain at half-mast throughout the day.

Dion entered the service surrounded by family and placed a rose touchingly on the casket while being comforted by her eldest child. There also appeared to be a small pillow holding the couple’s wedding bands.

Angélil’s adult son Patrick paid tribute to him with a eulogy in French and was followed by René Charles.

‘He never missed a chance to tell us he loved us. Now, more than ever, we realize how exceptional it was to have a father who never hesitated to say those so precious words,’ The Toronto Star translated.

Then his younger stepbrother took to the podium with a supporting look from his superstar mother.

‘Fifteen years is not a long time to get to know your father. He had a busy life but we were getting to know each other through golf, poker, smoked meat and other wonderful food. Bonding more and more as time went by.’

‘You left me now with enough good memories of you to share with my younger brothers. As they grow older without you being around, I’ll make sure to pass on what I’ve learned from you. You are a tough act to follow but with our help everything is going to be fine. Dad, I promise you here that we’re all going to live up to your standards. Je t’aime Papa.’

Angélil died of throat cancer at the age of 73 on January 14, Celine, 46, was almost 26 years his junior.

The couple met when she was just 12-years-old when he became her manager – with Angélil mortgaging his home to help her make her first record.

They had a secret affair that began seven years later but they didn’t go public for another five in fear of criticism over their age gap.

They were married in a lavish wedding broadcast on Canadian TV in December 1994. At first her mother wouldn’t approve of the couple but eventually came to accept him as her son-in-law while Celine referred to him as ‘the only boyfriend I ever had’.

From early Friday morning, mourners gathered to pay their respects at the Gothic Revival church in the heart of Montreal.

Many in attendance were fans of Dion’s who wanted to show their support and locals in the region where the couple are almost seen as royalty.

‘We really don’t know them on a personal basis, but from knowing them for all these years … you see them and you follow them all your life and it feels like it’s your family,” Jimena Valdez, a fan of Dion’s music visiting from Mexico, told Reuters.

‘So this is a difficult time for them and you want to be here for them … in good times and bad times, like family.’

Dion arrived so the funeral could begin at 3.20pm – opening with Dion’s version of Trois Heures Vingt

Mom-of-three: Celine was supported throughout the service by her eldest son René Charles, 14, pictured 
No words: Celine lays her head on the coffin during the ceremony standing alone with her husband for the final time
 

The service was overseen by the archbishop of Montreal Christian Lépine and Ibrahim M. Ibrahim, epoch of the Greek Melkite Catholic Church in Canada was expected to join with Rev. Miguel Castellanos to lead mass.

The funeral came after an emotional memorial service for Angelil on Thursday. Dion was pictured clasping to her son for support as she paid respects at the open casket and stood for seven hours thanking well-wishers.

The star told People magazine that she was thankful to those who have kept her family in their thoughts at this tragic time: ‘The support we’ve received has been such a blessing.’

Dion also paid homage to the man she credited for making her career and being the love of her life in the memorial service’s program.

‘I understood that my career was in a way his masterpiece, his song, his symphony. The idea of leaving it unfinished would have hurt him terribly. I realized that if he ever left us, I would have to continue without him, for him’, she wrote.

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre, told the Montreal Gazette Angélil was ‘an ambassador for the city, an ambassador for culture’

‘He’s part of what Montreal is all about,’ Coderre said. ‘He’s a guy who never forgot his roots. He was there to promote his city … and he represented diversity with his Syrian origins.’

People magazine shed some light on the state of her mind this week: ‘Her heart is in pieces,’ a source told the publication. ‘There are no words. She’s in extreme grief right now. She’s extremely heartbroken. But she’s putting on a brave face.’

In the last year ‘the singer rarely left her husband’s side as he used a feeding tube. He had both good and bad days,’ a source said. ‘Some days he could get up and walk around the room, play with the kids. Some days he was too tired.’

Céline’s stylist and longtime friend Annie Horth said: ‘René was generous enough to prepare all of this since the last few months with Céline.’

Because of this, Céline is ‘going through [this] peacefully and with control,’ added Horth.

A second adult son and daughter from his first marriage, Jean-Pierre and Anne-Marie Angelil, were also at the funeral and memorial service.

Dion did not perform but her music was incorporated into the service at her late husband’s request. Celine followed the casket out of the church to a standing ovation as her hit record  ‘Pour que tu m’aimes encore’ was played.

Celine also paid musical tribute to her husband during her Vegas residency earlier this month.

With René’s frail image on a large screen behind her, the star sang First Time I Ever I Ever Saw Your Face.

A grief-stricken Dion also lost her brother to cancer just two days after the death of her husband.

Her Vegas performances have now been canceled until the end of February.

The Dion family will attend the funeral of her brother Daniel on Tuesday.

 

They were devoted to each other: The couple together on the red carpet at the Veronic Voices premiere at Bally's in Las Vegas in June 2013

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 2016/03/07

On January 21st, 2016 in Canada one week after her husband Rene Angelil’s unfortunate passing Celine attends a public memorial service and greeted public mourners for hours. She was suppose to stay about half an hour but decided to stay for hours to make sure she greeted every last person when she did not have to since she was mourning her husband and brother.

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 2016/03/05

A tear-jerking moment: The Loved Me Back To Life star took a long look at her spouse, broke down in tears and wiped her face with a gloved handA tear-jerking moment: The Loved Me Back To Life star took a long look at her spouse, broke down in tears and wiped her face with a gloved handA tear-jerking moment: The Loved Me Back To Life star took a long look at her spouse, broke down in tears and wiped her face with a gloved hand

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Celine Dion joined fans of René Angélil’s as they paid their final respects during a visitation on Thursday at Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal.

The 47-year-old performer hid her face behind a black veil but it was clear she was distraught and had tears in her eyes in a video shared by Global News.

Angélil died of throat cancer at the age of 73 on January 14. His funeral will be held on Friday at the same basilica.

Mourning: Celine Dion joined fans of René Angélil's as they paid their final respects during a visitation on Thursday at Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal

Despite her grief, the star told People magazine that she was thankful to those who have kept her family in their thoughts at this tragic time.

Speaking of those who lined up to pay their respectsin particular, Celine told People: ‘The support we’ve received has been such a blessing.’

Also at the service was her mother Thérèse, 88, and René’s brother André his sons Patrick and Jean-Pierrem, daughter Anne-Marie Angelil as well as Celine’s eldest René-Charles, aged 14, who is namked after his late father.

 

 

Time to grieve: Dion has taken a break from her Las Vegas residency and won't be back on stage until FebruaryTime to grieve: Dion has taken a break from her Las Vegas residency and won't be back on stage until February

Several times the star broke down in tears and used a white handkerchief to help her out.

Dion was dressed appropriately in a black coat over a black dress with opaque tights and pumps. She was seen with her veil both on and off. The beauty’s red tresses were pulled back into a ladylike bun.

Hundreds of people attended the service. It is believed Angélil’s adult children from a previous relationship – Anne-Marie, Patrick and Jean-Pierre – were also there.

People magazine shed some light on the state of her mind this week: ‘Her heart is in pieces,’ a source told the publication. ‘There are no words. She’s in extreme grief right now. She’s extremely heartbroken. But she’s putting on a brave face.’

In the last year ‘the singer rarely left her husband’s side’ as he used a feeding tube, People added. ‘He had both good and bad days,’ a source said. ‘Some days he could get up and walk around the room, play with the kids. Some days he was too tired.’

A national funeral for Angélil will be held Friday at the same church beginning at 3 p.m. The flag at the Quebec National Assembly will fly at half-mast.

The funeral will be officiated by the Most Reverend Christian Lépine, Archbishop of Montreal, according to the Gazette.

Support: Celine and her son kept close together throughout the memorial service on Thursday Helping hand: Celine was helped into her car as she headed home for some rest ahead of the funeral on Friday

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 2016/02/29

Inside Céline Dion's Anguish and Husband René Angélil's Last Days: 'Her Heart Is in Pieces,' Says Source| Couples, Death, Celine Dion, Rene Angelil 
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Céline Dion is coping with the loss of her beloved husband René Angélil, followed by the death of her brother just two days later.
Since she was 12 years old, Céline Dion has had René Angélil by her side as both a mentor and as her partner in life.

With three sons (René-Charles, 15, and 5-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson) between them, the singer and Angélil – who died Thursday at 73 after a long battle with throat cancer – “were so much on the same wavelength,” says producer and friend Ken Ehrlich.

“Her heart is in pieces,” says a source close to the singer, 47, who also lost her brother Daniel two days after Angélil died. “She’s extremely heartbroken.”

In the last year, the singer rarely left her husband’s side. Angélil relied on a feeding tube, and had both “good and bad days,” says the source. “Some days he could get up and walk around the room, play with the kids. Some days he was too tired.”

“She didn’t travel anywhere,” adds the source. “She wanted to be with him 24/7 in case anything happened.”

For much more on Dion and Angélil’s love story and how the singer is focusing on the couple’s children, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

On the day he died, Dion was at home with their three children, says the source. Angélil’s funeral – taking place at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal where the couple wed 21 years ago – is set for Friday.

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 2016/02/27

Staying strong: Dion was seen for the first time since her husband's January 14 death on Wednesday at the Las Vegas airportKeeping it together: The 47-year-old singer looked pale as she talked to her friends before saying goodbye
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Celine Dion has been seen for the first time since the January 14 death of her 73-year-old husband René Angélil.

The 47-year-old singer looked pale as she got hugs from friends before boarding a private jet in Las Vegas with her three children in tow.

This sighting comes just two days before Angélil’s funeral, which will be held at the Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal. The church is also where the couple had a lavish wedding in 1994.

Dion isn’t only grieving over the passing of her husband. Her bother also died this month. On January 16, just two days after René died from throat cancer, her brother Daniel Dion lost his battle at aged 59 with brain, tongue and throat cancer.

On Wednesday, the Grammy winner had her red locks pulled back into a severe bun and her face looked strained.

The Heart Will Go On hitmaker was dressed in head to toe black, including a turtleneck, leggings and to-the-knees high-heeled boots. The beauty also had on her wedding rings.

She was seen with several handlers as well as her three children: René-Charles, aged 14, and twins Nelson and Eddy, aged five.

Rene had endured a long fight against cancer before passing away just two days before his 74th birthday.

He had been married to Celine for 21 years and as well as serving as her manager since she was a teenager.

In accordance with Rene’s wishes two of Celine’s songs will play during the service. The Canadian beauty will not sing at the memorial.

The Dion family will then attend the funeral of Daniel on Tuesday.

Celine will also host a Celebration Of Life gathering for her husband in Las Vegas on February 3.

Angélil planned out his funeral so that the burden wouldn’t lie with the singer once he had passed. René reportedly wanted everything prepared, even though he didn’t know when it would happen.

Céline’s stylist and longtime friend Annie Horth told People: ‘René was generous enough to prepare all of this since the last few months with Céline,’

Because of this, Céline is ‘going through [this] peacefully and with control,’ added Horth.

According to sources, René wanted to have his funeral at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, where the couple married more than two decades ago.

A message posted to Facebook on Friday read: ‘According to his final wishes, his Funeral will be held at Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, where 21 years ago, he chose to marry the one who will remain as the great love of his life, the artist for which he had the most respect, the woman who gave him light and happiness until his very last breath.’

An insider told People: ‘The whole funeral, that was all René’s wishes, he obviously wanted to have his funeral where he married the love of his life.’

The couple are superstars in their native Canada and the funeral will be televised on three networks and flags will fly at half-staff, according to TMZ.

On Saturday DailyMail.com reported exclusively the performer used her Las Vegas show in recent weeks as a tribute to the man she loved, knowing that his long battle against cancer was close to being lost.

And he used it to make his final public appearance, clearly frail, but smiling and waving on a video he knew would be played to her fans.

The image of René was projected onto a screen the Las Vegas venue where Dion has been a performer in residence.

Her performances have been canceled until the end of February, but she was a trooper until the night before he died.

Celine is scheduled to perform at Caesars Palace on February 23 in Las Vegas.

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 2016/02/27

Just two days after Celine Dion‘s husband René Angélil died at age 73 from cancer, Dion’s older brother Daniel has also passed away.

Daniel, 59, had been battling brain, tongue and throat cancer, according to his sister Claudette, per TMZ. A rep for Dion confirmed the news to Billboard. He passed away early Saturday morning (Jan. 16).

“His last days were in the wonderful care of the doctors and personnel at Maison Adhémar-Dion, a palliative care center in Terrebonne Québec. For those wishing to send flowers, a donation to that organization would be very much appreciated,” read a statement.

After Angélil passed away Thursday, a statement on Dion’s website shared that her Jan. 16 and 17 concert dates at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas were canceled. Her next scheduled show is Feb. 23.

A tribute for Daniel will be held at Salon Charles Rajotte in Repentigny,Quebec, on Jan. 23. A religious funeral will take place at St-Simon-et-Jude in Charlemagne, Quebec, a few days later.

Daniel was the eighth child of Thérèse and Adhémar Dion. He is survived by his mother, Thérèse Tanguay-Dion; his daughters, Valérie and Marie-Michelle; his grandchildren, Matis and Laurianne; and his many brothers and sisters.

A statement released on Celine’s website said that Daniel was surrounded by his loving family when he passed away peacefully, adding that “the family requests that in honour of their brother’s memory, their privacy be respected in this time of grief.”

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 2016/02/27

René Angélil, musician and husband of Celine Dion, died Thursday morning (Jan. 14) after a years-long battle with throat cancer, Dion’s rep said in a statement. He was 73.

“Rene Angelil, 73, passed away this morning at his home in Las Vegas after a long and courageous battle against cancer,” the statement reads. “The family requests that their privacy be respected at the moment.”

Angelil had a career as a Canadian pop singer in the 1960s before turning to managing. The Montreal native discovered Dion when she was just 12 years old and went on to manage her thriving career.

Angelil and Dion married in December 1994. The couple have three children together: René-Charles, 14, and 5-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy. Angelil also has three adult children from a previous relationship, Anne-Marie, Patrick and Jean-Pierre.

In August 2014, Dion, 47,­­­­­­ announced that she was postponing her career “indefinitely” to care for her husband, whom she married in December 1994. He was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1999 (Dion put aside her career then as well) and had surgery in December 2013 that removed part of his tongue and limited his speech.

“I want to devote every ounce of my strength and energy to my husband’s healing, and to do so, it’s important for me to dedicate this time to him and to our children,” Dion said then.

However, she returned to her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Aug. 27, with performances scheduled through June.

“The reason why I was not there was because it was difficult and that’s the reason that I could not come back,” Dion told Billboard backstage at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards in May. “At this point I have to admit that we’re more than ready, my husband and I, because we’ve been a team all our lives. And he’s doing really well. It’s hard, but he’s doing what he needs to do. He’s showing me every day how much of a champion he is. And he so wants me to go back out there, because this is what we’ve done — aside of our children — this is what we’ve done the best together. He wants me back out there, and I really want to show him how good we did. And he’s part of every productive meeting that we have, he brings ideas and he’s excited. I will never disappoint him, that’s what I don’t want. So he wants me back and he wants me strong, and I walk toward this and I have his support and his love and I can’t wait.”

Angelil stepped down as Dion’s manager after 30 years in June 2014 and was replaced by Aldo Giampaolo, a former head of Cirque du Soleil’s business unit.

The pair met in 1981 when the 12-year-old Dion, the youngest of 14 children, sent Angelil a demo tape of her belting out a song she had written with her mother and brother. Later, at an audition, “While I was singing, he started to cry,” Dion once said.

Angelil mortgaged his house to help produce Dion’s first record, La voix du bon Dieu(The Voice of the Good God), and took her (and her mother) on a tour through Canada, Japan and Europe.

Angelil, twice divorced and with three children (Patrick, Jean-Pierre and Anne-Marie), began dating Dion when she was 19, and she broke the news of their five-year romance in the liner notes of her third English-language studio album, 1993’s The Colour of My Love. Their wedding in Montreal was televised live on Canadian television.

Dion has sold tens of millions of albums, and since she began a Angelil-orchestrated residency at the 4,300-seat Colosseum, she has performed more than 900 shows for more than 3.6 million people, accounting for $500 million-plus in ticket sales.

Angelil’s hobbies included gambling; he won $1.6 million in a poker tournament in 2007.

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