Laeticia Hallyday goes into confidence and finally admits to having betrayed Johnny Hallyday. This big unpacking on his private life would not have delighted the eldest daughter of the Taulier, Laura Smet. This situation only creates the gap between the two women.

Laeticia Hallyday confides in her relationship with her late husband

In its columns, France Matin magazine honors the private lives of Laeticia and Johnny Hallyday. It is the seductive herself who confessed about her life with the Taulier. In effect, five years after the death of the rocker, she recounts her sometimes difficult daily life with him.

During her interview, the mother of Jade and Joy confessed to having betrayed her late husband. At first, she touched a word regarding her complicated relationship with him. She had also given him the same story, the same version during his interview with RTL. According to him, “It switched very quickly with Johnny”.

The fiancée of Jalil Lespert also pointed out that the father of David Hallyday and Laura Smet was very resentful, cowardly and not very courageous. Apparently it leaked every time and turned pages quickly. Therefore, it left room for resentment and misunderstandings.

Laeticia Hallyday admits to having betrayed Johnny Hallyday

The confidences of the attractive blonde do not pass in the eyes of the children of the Taulier. Indeed, the elders of the Taulier would not have tolerated her revealing this sad part of their life publicly. Laura Smet would have especially wanted Laeticia Hallyday to remain silent about her infidelities.

The mother of Jade and Joy Hallyday admitted having cheated on the father of her daughters. But she made it clear it was an act of revenge. This time, she made a confession during the Léa Salamé program broadcast on France 2.

After the revelation of the extramarital adventures of the Hallyday family, Laeticia Hallyday is singled out because of her rapprochement with Lenny Kravitz. Apparently, this story took place in 2018.

So, according to his confidences and according to the article in Public magazine, currently, she would have assumed her wrongdoing and her betrayal.