Agnès Lassalle, a 52-year-old teacher murdered by a student on February 22 in France, was emotionally fired with a ceremony attended by dozens of people to say goodbye, but her husband, Stéphane Voirin, did so special: with one last waltz.
Voirin danced in front of Agnès’s coffin to the rhythm of SEES ITby Nat King Kole. His steps turned into an imminent farewell with hints of love that proved to us that affection for our loved ones goes beyond death.
According to the Parisian media the depecheAgnès was a Spanish teacher and had worked at the Saint-Thomas d’Aquin school since 1997. She was a lover of dance and music, which is why the song was heard at her funeral Memories of the Alhambraby Francisco Tarrega.
Agnès was fired with a beautiful tribute that recalled her great passions and tastes, so her husband paid tribute to her with a last waltz around the coffin and in front of the Sainte-Eugénie church.
The widower of the murdered teacher in France wanted to dance with her one last time: pic.twitter.com/c4gvsrLBkT
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The emotional moment was captured on video and in it Voirin is observed dancing to the rhythm of SEES IT. from Nat King. As the melody progresses, other people join him to accompany him and thus say a last goodbye full of love to Agnès.
As expected, the clip went viral almost immediately, moving thousands of Internet users, especially those who have had to say goodbye to their loved ones.
On the other hand, it has been reported that the 16-year-old student responsible for the crime is still in custody and his situation is being evaluated because he could suffer from a mental disorder.