Nadia Toffa, the memory of her mother Margherita – Curler

Nadia Toffa, the memory of her mother Margherita – Curler

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Nadia Toffa, the memory of her mother Margherita – Curler

Nadia Toffa’s mother, Margherita, recalled her daughter who died prematurely with heartbreaking words

It has now been two years since that tragic 13 August 2019, when Nadia Toffa, beloved host of Le Iene, passed away prematurely. The memory of the woman is alive in everyone, from TV to social networks, on the anniversary day there was no lack of thoughts for the woman.

Like everyone, even the mother Margherita, who in recent years has carried on his battles, recalled the habits of the girl. In a long message, he retraced the last days of the journalist’s life.

Every morning we woke up and had breakfast together. She loved dates, almonds and citrus yogurt. Sitting on the sofa she would read me the sentences she had written, perhaps during the night. He asked me what I thought. They were all beautiful chapters, even the most difficult ones. Yes, we were always talking about his death, about what it would be like after. He smiled until the end, until the last day.

Nadia Toffa, the memory of her mother Margherita – Curler

Nadia Toffa, the memory of her mother Margherita – Curler

The presenter, in recent times, was aware of her destiny and faced everything with extreme clarity. Nadia Toffa was a real among for her family.

He always thanked God. He said: ‘If this is my destiny I accept it, if I still have something to do, he will leave me here’. She never complained. He said to me: ‘Please mom never leave me, you can’t leave before me’. She accompanied me for a year and a half and when on the last day I saw her change, I saw her turn pale, I saw her more sleepy, I realized that my little girl wanted to go.

I whispered to her: ‘Honey fly, your mom is now calm’. And she is gone. But it is here, always here. Through the illness she understood that it was necessary to accept her own destiny, but also to fight, to entrust herself to doctors and to the hands of God. My daughter taught me to live. ”