A former supermodel and chart-topping singer-songwriter, Carla had a reputation as a man-eater: But more than wealth and artistic brilliance, 'I want a man with nuclear power', she said: The two flirted all night: Within a few months, the President of France had a new finacee. Based on exclusive interviews with Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and many of the French elite close to both her and the President, this is the true and previously untold story of Europe's most glamorous couple.
Read of how they met, fell instantly in love, and played a cat and mouse game with the world press before marrying in secret, to the amazement of the French people. A bestseller in France, this is the definitive account of the world's most gripping and dramatic modern tale of true romance. Read more Read less.
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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. The attraction between them was instant — she had already said that she wanted a man with nuclear power and he was smitten by the attentions of a beautiful, famous and intelligent woman. Within months they were married. Valerie Benaim and Yves Azeroual have pieced together their story, partly through exclusive interviews with Carla Bruni and from other contemporary sources. The result is a very readable account of the backgrounds of the couple, their former lovers, family and friends and the course of their relationship.
There's also interesting insight into the reactions of the French establishment.
Presidents are expected to have mistresses — it improves their reputation — but the establishment wasn't entirely ready for a presidential wife with a reputation as a man-eater and an impressive list of former lovers. For me the style was rather too tabloid and certainly too intrusive.
I'm interested in the facts of what brought them together, why the attraction was so instant and the ramifications in French politics.
I'm not interested and have no wish to know the intimate details of this relationship or any other. That is, though, a matter of personal taste. Equally, any book largely based on interviews with one of the couple concerned is unlikely to be unbiased and there's certainly little to surprise in the book. There's nothing which hints of investigative journalism.
The book — originally written in French — has been translated by Sophie Cappon.