Marienhof star Viktoria Brams: “My daughter died in my arms” Regional

It was salvation, but saying goodbye hurts immensely.

Actress Viktoria Brams (78, “Marienhof”) mourns the loss of her daughter Viviane († 52). She died in May 2021, as it has only now become known (as reported by BILD). Brams for BILD: “For the last three weeks I lay next to her and accompanied her to death.”

Saying goodbye to your own child – the worst thing that can happen to parents. Daughter Viviane was born seven weeks early. She stopped breathing in the incubator and had to be resuscitated. He has been disabled ever since. Later came schizophrenia.

Brams: “In the end, she couldn’t do anything anymore. I had to swaddle her. She told me: ‘I won’t eat until I can go to the bathroom by myself’.

Viktoria Brams with husband Michael Hinz, son Patrick and daughter Viviane

Viktoria Brams with husband Michael Hinz, son Patrick and daughter Viviane

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Daughter Viviane finally fell asleep peacefully in May last year. Brahms: “She died in my arms.” Only now does he have the strength to talk about it. “The pain was too great. Even if it was salvation for the daughter in the end. She suffered from disability all her life and always wanted to get married.” Brams buried her daughter in Wolfratshausen, where she lives. “That’s how I know she’s very close to me.”

The pain was too great, the sorrow too great. Brams for BILD: “I couldn’t sleep through the night for a whole year. I kept waking up. Then this film of her last hours played before my eyes.”

She is grateful that Viviane was allowed to live 52 years. In a small apartment not far from my mother, near Wolfratshausen.

Marienhof star Viktoria Brams (centre) with the show's crew in 1998 for the broadcast of the series' 1000th episode.

Marienhof star Viktoria Brams (centre) with the series crew in 1998 for the broadcast of the series’ 1000th episode

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Brams: “I didn’t have a moment of peace, but I didn’t want to take away her sense of independence. Allow her to lead a normal life as much as possible. My son Patrick and I were with her non-stop.’

Viviane always had a big dream to get married. “All her life, Viviane set the table for two whenever she made soup.” Doctors diagnosed schizophrenia.

Brams buried her daughter in a cemetery in Wolfratshausen (Bavaria), not far from her home. “So she’s always very close to me.

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