Die at 91 years Jean-Marie Rossi, the ex-husband of Carmen Martínez-Bordiú

Jean Marie Rossi, former husband of Carmen Martínez-Bordiú, has died on Monday at 91 years of age. The French antiquarian has died "in peace" and without ha

Die at 91 years Jean-Marie Rossi, the ex-husband of Carmen Martínez-Bordiú

Jean Marie Rossi, former husband of Carmen Martínez-Bordiú, has died on Monday at 91 years of age. The French antiquarian has died "in peace" and without having lost its mental faculties, as the family of it has informed Le Figaro. Rossi has been one of the most important people in the life of the granddaughter of Franco, one of the great loves of him and father of her daughter Cynthia. (36). She with him, she married civilly in December 1984, after separating from Alfonso de Borbón, Duke of Cádiz, her first husband and father of her children Francisco and Luis Alfonso. The marriage of it with Rossi, 22 years older than the grandstand of her, was not definitive either and ended up separating a decade later.

Despite the separation, they maintained a good relationship and Carmen always assured that the mature French antiquarian was the man who taught him art and love. The granddaughter of Franco left her husband and the two sons of her in Madrid to leave Paris, where she settled with the antiquarian. They had been known on a cruise through the Mediterranean. The Duke of Cádiz never recovered from the separation and the Marquis of Villaverde either did not forgive the daughter of him the scandal.

Rossi, cult and man of great experience, was one of the great loves of the granddaughter of Franco. He married three times and had five children. With his first woman, Barbara Hottinguer, he had three children, Marella, Frèderic and Mathilda. The latter died in a boat accident in Acapulco, in August 1984, six months after Fran's death, Carmen's eldest son. The tragedy marked the family.

Carmen was his second woman and with her became a mediatic character in Spain, beyond her brilliant career in the world of antiques. The French press has said of him that it was "one of the great antiquaries of Paris" and recalled that it was "one of the best, the most knowledgeable and the most atypical of his time." Le Figaro defines him as a man "unclassifiable by the knowledge of him and for the unconventional form in which he practiced the profession of him."

Inés Tailor, a great friend of the antiquarian, has uploaded an image of the two to his Instagram Account with a loving message: "Mon Cher Jean Marie, Merci Pour Tout ...".

Updated Date: 07 December 2021, 13:44

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