Entertainment George Clooney and Amal: At the heart of their French property, the domain of Canadel
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since this Thursday, July 22, George and Amal Clooney landed in their new property, the Canadian Domaine. Located in the municipality of Brignoles, the estate is well camouflaged to prevent the most curious to take a look at it.
New Hollywood arrivals asked their suitcase in the south of France, Thursday, July 22. After several weeks of suspense, George and Amal Clooney are well arrived in their newwelcomed by Didier Brémond, the mayor of the city , upon arrival. This one took the opportunity to take a picture with the couple of stars and post it on his facebook account: "It's now official, George and Amal Clooney are residents of our beautiful commune . I had the pleasure of meet them, on their invitation, in the field of Canadel, where they will soon pose their suitcases ".
New Governor General Mary Simon can’t speak French. Not all of Canada is pleased
While some francophones have voiced displeasure, some experts say Simon's fluency in an Indigenous language could be an asset in a changing Canada."Based on my experience growing up in Quebec, I was denied the chance to learn French during my time in the federal government day schools," she said Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named her to the position.
videoconference that George and Amal Clooney have found the home of their dreamsunnoticed in the municipality of Brignoles. According to our colleagues from the Parisian, present on site, the 17,000 inhabitants are absolutely delighted and hope to meet the famous American actor in the streets of the city. Florence, a wines-sur-caramy resident located just above Brignoles, led his little survey: "I looked at Google Maps by curiosity, the estate is huge. The house is in the middle, We do not see anything of the road, "she entrusted. Just like most areas, the house is well hidden at the end of a long driveway, surrounded by immense trees.
Almost 200 complaints lodged over new GG’s lack of French, language czar says
'I have received a significant number of complaints about the appointment – close to 200 so far,' the languages watchdog said in an emailed statement.Prominent Inuk leader and former diplomat Mary Simon, who will officially become the head of state in a ceremony on July 26, has said she was denied the chance to learn French while in a federal day school. She speaks both English and Inuktitut, and has pledged to learn French.
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settle there with his wifealready knew the region. Remember 2011, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had become owners of Miraval Castle in Correns. A friend of the American actor, George Clooney was often going to visit the couple in their French home , just 20 kilometers from Brignoles. It was at that time that the 60-year-old Hollywood star fell under the spell of landscapes and Provencal villages , reported Le Parisien. Ten years later, the interpreter of Danny Ocean finally crossed the course with his wife.
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Amal Battrawi and her five-year-old son Sameer sought refuge in Canada two years ago, but Battrawi's husband and two daughters are still trying to reunite with them."I just keep thinking and [I] worry about my daughters," said the Palestinian refugee.