Death of Laetitia Krupa: what did the 48-year-old journalist die of?

The journalist died as a result of an illness, we learned this Wednesday, March 20, 2024.

Death of Laetitia Krupa: what did the 48-year-old journalist die of?

The journalist died as a result of an illness, we learned this Wednesday, March 20, 2024. Laetitia Krupa announced a year ago that she was retiring for some time to seek treatment, indicating that she was experiencing health concerns, without giving further details. information.

“The family of Médias, le mag is in mourning. We are very sad to announce the death of Laetitia Krupa,” the production company Jara Prod said on incisive fighter against wooden language, and a fine analyst of the mysteries of the political world", we can still read in this tribute. Laetitia Krupa was only 48 years old. In its message, the production also had a thought for the journalist's loved ones and more particularly for her daughter Rose.

A year ago, at the start of 2023, Laetitia Krupa revealed that she was experiencing health problems. On Instagram, the one who is known for having worked in Media, the France 5 mag, but also in On n'est pas couch on France 2, had announced that she would be "absent for a few months from TV sets, radio studios and social networks" for health reasons. Without saying more about the illness that was gnawing at her, Laetitia Krupa promised: “Above all, I’m going to heal myself.” A few months later, she claimed to have undergone an operation which had “undoubtedly saved her life”, before announcing her return to work in April 2023.

But the illness ultimately gave little respite to the author of The Temptation of the Clown: how a candidate outside the system will shake up the presidential election. Promising the release of a new book, scheduled for May, she revealed "attacking a second round" in the face of the disease in January 2024 on X. "In September, she was back with fishing. We found the Laetitia that we know, the one who enjoys life to the fullest, positive and dynamic. Before being overtaken by illness again...", for his part, confided to Le Parisien her former colleague Thomas Hugues who paid tribute to her.

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