Carla Bruni Baby Girl
October 20, 2011 by staff
Carla Bruni Baby Girl, Carla president, Nicolas Sarkozy, Bruni-Sarkozy’s wife had a baby girl yesterday, the first birth of a French head of state corresponds since the Empress Eugenie was Louis Napoleon Bonaparte 155 years ago.
The baby was born last night at the clinic in La Muda, in Paris, according to the twitter account of the supporters of Sarkozy. Birth is the first by a French president in office. The child is the room for the president, who has three children from two previous marriages. Bruni, 43, has a son from a previous relationship.
“This is undoubtedly a unique event, a historic event as President of France,” said Matthias Gurtler, chief executive of Gala Weekly magazine, said in an interview with France Info radio today. “It’s the first time a baby is born to an interim president. This really interests people across France.”
With the latest addition to its family, Sarkozy joins British Prime Minister David Cameron, who became the father of Florence Rose Endellion three months of his term last year, and Tony and Cherie Blair, who had their fourth child, Leo, in 2000, three years after his first term as British prime minister.
Bruni says he will do everything possible to keep his son out of public view.
“No and no official communication, there is no official photos,” said Gurtler. “But the buzz created before birth and after birth is fully orchestrated.”
Since the first report of pregnancy in the journal of heart closer to the April 22, Bruni has interviewed more than half a dozen times, even by readers of the newspaper Le Parisien, TF1 and France 2 television, the British Broadcasting Corp. radio and magazines such as Elle and Madame Figaro. The president’s office declined to confirm the baby’s birth, although it has not disputed reports from the media.
Sarkozy, 56 years, Pierre, 26, and Jean, 25, from his first marriage to Marie-Dominique Culioli. Louis, aged 14, is the son he had with Cecilia Attias, who divorced in December 2007. Bruni has a son named Aurelien 10 years with the French philosopher Raphael Enthoven.
Bruni, 1990 a successful model who became a singer in the 2000s, had expressed his desire to have a child with Sarkozy. In an interview with Vanity Fair two years ago I said: “Hopefully, if I am young enough. It would be a dream.”
In a state visit to India in December, allegedly told a Muslim cleric in Fatehpur Sikri, the city of the Mughal emperors, he was “praying for a son.”
Bruni, who married Sarkozy in the Elysee Palace, has kept a low profile, although that has accompanied the president on his visits to the U.S., South Africa, India, Tunisia and Brazil.
The president, elected in May 2007 for a term of five years, has yet to say whether it will seek a second term next year.
“I will not be in the election campaign,” Bruni said in an interview with Madame Figaro on September 29. “I will be caring for the baby!”
Sarkozy’s popularity fell this month to near record low. In March, polls showed that he was the least popular French leader since the Second World War. All surveys in the past four months have shown that lost the presidential election the candidate of the Socialist Party Francois Hollande.
It is unclear whether the baby’s birth will improve your chances. Before yesterday’s news of the birth of the baby, a survey showed that Hollande would win 62 percent and 38 percent of Sarkozy in the second round. The CSA poll for BFM TV and RMC radio was the first poll since the primary Socialist October 16.
In the first round of elections would take 35 percent Hollande, Sarkozy 25, anti-immigrant activist Marine Le Pen 16 percent and the centrist Francois Bayrou 9 percent, the poll showed. Under the French system, a runoff is held if no candidate obtains a majority in the first round.
France holds presidential elections next May. The poll surveyed 1,010 people on 17 October. No margin of error was given.
Sarkozy was briefly in Frankfurt yesterday afternoon to join euro zone leaders to try to reduce the divisions four days before a summit to resolve the sovereign debt crisis.
The arrival of the baby at a time when France is striving to maintain its AAA credit rating. The second largest economy in Europe is under pressure, Moody ‘s Investors said on 17 October due to financial crisis the region has made its debt measures weakest of the best partners, including Germany and the United Kingdom
“France may lose its AAA, but Sarkozy won a BB,” said Nicolas Canteloup French comedian in today’s Europe 1 radio.
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