The newest episode of the favored Italian present ‘C’e posta por te’ (‘There is a letter for you’, in English) had a star visitor, none aside from Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc.
The present tells human tales, with surprises alongside the way in which, and Leclerc appeared on an episode that informed the story of 23-year-old Eleonora, a a number of sclerosis sufferer.
She needed to thank her boyfriend, Giulio, for the effort and time he places into caring for her.
“Thanks, however typically I see a sure disappointment in your eyes…,” she started, earlier than Leclerc appeared within the studio, providing motorsport fan Giulio the possibility to fulfill one among his sporting idols.
Leclerc’s speech about love
Talking to the couple, Leclerc defined how impressed he was by the way in which they caught collectively by means of robust occasions.
“Giulio, you are a terrific man,” he mentioned.
“My goodness, what a narrative you two have.
“We must always all suppose extra about others, I see that in my very own life, however I’ve by no means needed to make choices like that.
“It makes you realise what an excellent particular person you might be and what a wonderful couple you might be.
“Love is highly effective. Every thing you’ve accomplished for Eleonora, even when it is not simple for each of you, is unbelievable.
“I do know you make Eleonora somewhat bit indignant on Sundays since you observe me and Ferrari, however I like you much more for you and your values.
“I’m touched by this lovely story. You deserve all of the happiness on the planet.”
Presents from Leclerc
There have been tears throughout the studio at that time, earlier than Leclerc handed out some presents.
“I’ve some surprises, I’ve introduced you a cap and a t-shirt and I’ve additionally introduced a pair for Eleonora, to be able to watch the Grand Prix sporting crimson,” he mentioned.
“I’ve introduced a couple of different issues too, as I do know that one among your desires is to have the ability to go to Disneyland Paris.
“I am supplying you with two tickets to go collectively.”