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Deceased husband sends 'signs': terminally ill Celine Dion talks about life after diagnosis and help from 13-year-old sons

Celine Dion talks about living with an incurable disease. Source: Screenshot

Canadian singer Celine Dion, who is struggling with an incurable disease called "cruel man syndrome," told how her 13-year-old sons take care of their mother and how her late husband Rene Angelil helps her. Despite his death in 2016 from cancer, the artist still feels married and not alone.

She is helped by her three sons from her deceased manager and lover - 23-year-old René-Charles and 13-year-old twins Nelson and Eddie. The star told People about it.

The singer's younger sons still remember their father, and there are many photos of Rene Senior in their home.

"I'm still married to Rene. He is still my husband. When we have to go to my doctors for procedures, I always take his photos with me. And in our house, of course, there are photos everywhere," the artist admitted.

Deceased husband sends 'signs': terminally ill Celine Dion talks about life after diagnosis and help from 13-year-old sons

According to Celine Dion, over the past two years, she has often received "signs" from her late husband. The celebrity feels his support and teaches her young sons to take care of themselves.

"We started talking to them about what was happening. They saw the crisis - we explained it, played it out step by step. They can help me even if I don't communicate verbally because I can't make a single sound. We have panic buttons in our house, and they know how to put me in my place," the star shared.

Deceased husband sends 'signs': terminally ill Celine Dion talks about life after diagnosis and help from 13-year-old sons

Céline Dion and doctors teach children every three months how to help their mothers in moments when she cannot move and ask for help.

"The idea of telling and showing them is not to scare them. They need to know that I might need help. They are so wonderful because every night they come for 15 minutes and say: "It took a little longer than usual for you to clean up before bed. We just want to make sure you're okay." This is our life now. We take care of each other," the star said.

Doctors diagnosed Celine Dion with a serious neurological disease in December last year. The artist rarely appears in public. She canceled her big tour and rarely appears on social media. 

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