Jade and Joy, the daughters of Laeticia and Johnny Hallyday, made their return to French high school in Los Angeles.
Son or daughter of celebrities, the rule is the same for everyone: the holidays are over, it’s back to school! The daughters of Laeticia and Johnny Hallyday, Jade and Joy, found their way back to school on Wednesday, September 1, at the French high school in Los Angeles, according to photos shared by their mother on Instagram.
Aged 17 and 13, Jade and Joy appear smiling, alongside their jean-clad mother and a teenage boy. This is Aliosha Lespert, the son of Laeticia’s companion, Jalil Lespert, born from his relationship with the actress Bérangère Allaux. The photo was taken on the porch of Laeticia’s house in Los Angeles.
The former model shared another snapshot, this time in an Instagram story, taken in the car on the way to high school: Jalil Lespert is driving Laeticia Hallyay in the passenger seat and the three teenagers in the back. This is the first time that Aliosha Lespert has attended a French high school. Her father moved to the city of angels to live there with Laeticia.
The French Lycée de Los Angeles, created in 1964, is a reputable establishment where parents are billed for between 16,000 and 22,000 € per year depending on the level, according to a report in the magazine “50 minutes inside” of TF1. Uniform is compulsory. Several children of celebrities attended the classes: children of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Sofia Coppola, Claire Danes or David Hallyday. Actress Jodie Foster was also educated there. The school also welcomes the children of DJ Bob Sinclar and, in the past, the children of Gad Elmaleh or Dany Boon.
Laeticia Hallyday has been involved in recent months in the preparation of the tribute concert to Johnny Hallyday. The show “Que je t’aime” will take place on September 14 at the Accorh Hotels Arena in Paris. The same day, a Johnny Hallyday esplanade will be inaugurated in front of the performance hall as well as a giant statue 5 meters high. Laeticia Hallyday will be on site for this inauguration alongside the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo.