Salma Hayek pays heartfelt tribute
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The Frida actress looked stunning. Salma Hayek recognized the end of an era by posting a stunning portrait of herself in honor to the late photographer Patrick Demarchelier. The Bliss star shared photos taken by the renowned Frenchman, including one of her sitting topless for a gorgeous photograph. Salma kept her modesty safe by striking an exquisite stance in front of the mirror. The other candid image showed her getting ready for the session, with the famed photographer in the background holding his camera.
"Saddened to learn that photographer @patrickdemarchelier has passed away, leaving behind a legacy of photos that capture an era," she said, adding black heart emojis."So sad for your loss," and "wonderful photographs," wrote several fans in response to the post, while others simply wrote "RIP" and their prayers. The photographer, who was a favorite of Princess Diana's, passed away at the age of 78.
He was known for photographing the People's Princess in her classic black-and-white tiara image, as well as shooting her for fashion publications Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Patrick shared the tragic news on his Instagram page. "We notify Patrick Demarchelier's death on March 31st, 2022, at the age of 78," the caption stated. "He is survived by his wife Mia, three sons Gustaf, Arthur, and Victor, and three grandkids." Salma Hayek, Elizabeth Hurley, Gisele Bündchen, Jennifer Garner, and other celebrities from around the world have paid homage. Patrick Demarchelier went away at the age of 78. Kate Hudson expressed her sorrow by saying, "I've always cherished working with Patrick so much." I was heartbroken to learn of his demise.
"I'm giving so much compassion to his family with three love hearts." "I adored working with Patrick," stated Christie Brinkley, an American model and actress. I loved just hanging out with Patrick on our many travels together. I was really smitten by him.
"He was a brilliant artist, but in a laid-back, uncontrived way, and he was charming and hilarious in his broken Franglais." "My heart hurts for Mia, Gustave Arthur, Victor, and Eric, as well as his brother Eric," says the author.