Entertainment Carla Bruni: how Giulia lives the fame of her parents
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As part of the release of her eponymous album, Carla Bruni gave an interview to Paris Match in which she evoked her music, her loves and her family, in particular her youngest Giulia, the fruit of her loves with Nicolas Sarkozy.
After several years, seven exactly, without releasing an album, Carla Bruni returns to the front of the stage with a new opus, entitled Carla Bruni. The opportunity for the singer to confide in her highly publicized family, as part of the promotion of this new project which is so dear to her. Asked about the perception of her daughter raised by famous parents, Carla Bruni said: "She is very aware of who we are, her father and me. And she digests things very quietly. It's not easy to find yourself at school with names that everyone knows, nor was it for Aurélien, who was only 6 years old when I met my husband ". For , "there are also advantages to being the children of very well-known people". Very protective with her children, Carla Bruni has always taken care to hide the face of her youngest, Giulia , born in October 2011, while her husband was still President of the Republic.
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A real mother hen who makes a point of honor that"I have always put my children before" ) and . "We suffer when your parents do not love you, when they do not take care of you, that they are distant. But when the children feel love, all is well", she confided to our colleagues. .
Wife and mother of a happy family, Carla Bruni regularly shareson social networks, she who takes advantage of this period of calm after having scoured the podiums, concert halls and countries of the world when she was First Lady. A role of mother which fascinates the one who claims to have "always put my children before". One thing is certain, for this new adventure, the singer will be applauded by all her family, starting with Nicolas Sarkozy, who declared a few months ago in the JDD: " When I accompany Carla, people come and tell me: "You're not jealous? Now, she's the one on stage!" I answer them: "She helped me, supported me for five years. It's my turn to be there for her".
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