Piero Chiambretti, the conductor’s harrowing story: ‘My mother left to let me live’    Notie.com

Piero Chiambretti, the conductor’s harrowing story: ‘My mother left to let me live’ Notie.com

Mediaset presenter Piero Chiambretti, who has always been very reserved with his private life, spoke about his mother, who died two years ago.

Piero Chiambretti the conductors harrowing story My mother left to

He is one of the most famous and loved conductors by the general public, last season he directed the Italia Uno program Tiki Taka. We are clearly talking about Piero Chiambretti.

From next autumn, after saying goodbye to sports broadcasting, Piero Chiambretti returns with a brand new show that will see the little ones as the protagonists and will be called Talentissimo Me.

Always very reserved about his private life, Piero Chiambretti spoke about his mother Felicita and her daughter Margherita in a recent interview. Here’s what he said.

The words of Piero Chiambretti

During an interview with Gente, Piero Chiambretti spoke about the death of his mother, Felicita, which took place in March 2020. A touching story is that of the conductor, who explained: “My mother let me live twice, the first with childbirth and the second when we were hospitalized for Covid in March 2020. The day she died I was healed and makes me think she left to let me live”.

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The relationship with his daughter Margherita

After a long relationship with hostess Ingrid Muccitelli that lasted over seven years, Piero Chiambretti had a love affair with Federica Laviosa. The couple had a daughter, Margherita, who is now 11 years old. The relationship between the tenant and Laviosa ended in 2016.

During the interview, Piero Chiambretti spoke about his daughter: “I bring her self-esteem, determination and asserting yourself where it’s right, even if life sometimes presents you with contingencies that you can’t solve. It’s always difficult to do things, you have to be prepared the more you know and the better you get.”