A farewell ceremony in the presence of many relatives took place on Thursday morning, 9 July, the day of Sainte-Hermine.
Six days after the death of the most crazy princess of the French gotha, her loved ones paid her a final tribute in an emblematic religious place in the capital, many close to the deceased, some of whom are obviously close to the princely gratin, found themselves at Saint-Pierre de Montmartre church, at the top of the famous Butte of the same name, in the 18th arrondissement.
Hermine de Clermont-Tonnerre, the French gotha star, who had participated in several TV reality shows such as Fear Factor or the Famous Farm, leaves behind her, Allegra, 17, and Calixte, 15, and the former husband abused. Alastair Cuddeford, with whom she shared her life for a decade, revealed that he had recently fallen in love with Hermine, only the two children (Allegra and Calixte) left in his custody.
Because of the coronavirus epidemic, only about a hundred people were able to take their seats inside, only by personal invitation. A circle thus restricting itself to family and close friends.
The burial of Marie-Hermine Antoinette de Clermont-Tonnerre, his full name, was then made at the Montparnasse cemetery in the 14th arrondissement, closed the time for the ceremony. The deceased thus joined the family caveau of the Clermont-Tonnerre family line, where his father, Charles Henri, 11th Duke of Clermont-Tonnerre, died in 1999, and his grandparents rest.