Omar Sy dad : adorable and very rare photo of her young children

On Sunday 28 June 2020, Hélène Sy, wife of the actor Omar Sy, has unveiled several photos of the evening in family. In what seems to be the garden of their property in Los Angeles, two young children play in a large hammock, located about a pin. The children are in pyjamas and a boy much bigger holding his little sister on his lap.

A ray of the sun comes the light. “Be the light my dear”, legend Hélène Sy, in a message originally written in English. Married for over thirteen years, Omar Sy and his wife are at the head of a large family of five children. They live in Los Angeles for several years.

At this time, Hélène Sy does not stop sharing photos of her family life. For father’s day, she unveiled on Instagram a photo of her husband, asleep with her baby in her arms. “Happy father’s day to the father, the husband, the friend, the most brilliant in the world. We love you and we are so grateful to have you in our lives”, had légendé the founder of the association CéKeDuBonheur, on the 21st of June.

In a portrait by It in 2015, Hélène Sy explained that his children felt better in Los Angeles, where they face less racism than in France. “I feel that my children are no longer free. It returns much less to their origins in France, where things have changed a lot since my childhood. I have the impression that at the time we lived quite harmoniously between different cultures”, and lamented it.

Confidences more than ever. Omar Sy has also been one of the first, with Camélia Jordana, to denounce the racism and brutality of the forces of law and order in france. “I still follow up the case of Adama Traoré. It was four years ago. I know the weight of this pain, I know that feeling of illegitimacy under which the parents are suffering when it comes to seeking justice. I know this silence, guilty that they are returns, I know this injunction is deaf to low profile which adds to the suffering”, was complaining that the actor and father of a family in an interview with The Obs in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, who was killed by a white policeman.