May 28, 2020, Nicolas Bedos announced the death of his father Guy Bedos, who died at age 85 following a long illness. Three days later, on 31 may, the director of The Belle Époque had took the floor to announce that there is an ultimate tribute to him would be given on Thursday, June 4, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. “A ceremony will take place next Thursday at 14: 30 at the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which he surveyed with joy. It was not very friend with the religion, but very moved by the churches,” he reported on Twitter. The last farewell was held, and the excitement was at an appointment.
Thanks to the déconfinement, many celebrities have been able to get to the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Dujardin, Anne Sinclair, Michel Boujenah, Élie Semoun, Smaïn, Elsa Zylberstein, Dominique Segall, Catherine Schwaab or Catherine Frot, François berléand with his, Jean-Michel Ribes, Michaël Cohen, Enora Malagré, Benoît Magimel and his wife, Margot, Thomas Langmann, Isabelle Brulier, Pierre Richard, Michel Drucker… have all made the trip to honor the memory of Guy Bedos. A magnificent portrait of the humorist sat at the entrance of the church.
Family Guy Bedos was of course represented. Nicolas arrived, alone, in a black suit combined with a white shirt and a black tie, tinted glasses. Very moved by the crowd in front of the church, the director and actor 41-year-old has sent a kiss by way of thanks. His little sister Victoria – who has published a deeply moving letter in Paris Match this same June 4 – was also present, but she arrived at the religious ceremony with their mother, Joelle Bercot. Together, with Muriel Robin and her partner Anne Le Nen, they welcomed the coffin of Guy Bebos, to much applause. A great moment of emotion.