It has France a SurSuncord in the Elysee and sleeps with the president. Within 90 minutes you will receive a phone call from Emmanuel Macron in case it has just done it; And the same will happen 90 minutes later. It does not matter that they are two in the morning. Thus, the first filter of the entrepreneurs at the highest level of French politics seems as a result of a decision from an intimate and permanent board.
The voice on the other side of the line and from the bed also takes removes and looks for your rest, because the man breathes in a scare-free agenda: If you have to pretend that a guest has arrived ahead of time because the meeting is despair, does. From the pandemic, they say, Brigitte Macron is increasingly more important in the Elysee, to the point that the advisors of her talk with her certain things before with the president himself. A strategy with more chances of success in some subjects. But she does not promise anything.
Thus describes the intense relationship between the French head of state and his wife a book that last week landed in the French libraries: Tant Qu'on est Tous Les Deux (while we are together), written by journalist Gaël Tchakaloff, a woman who He met the couple in 2016 and that for a year and a half it has followed its activity as recessed in the relationship.
While biography does not have the express authorization of the couple, preventing their entry into the official biography section on the shelves, their pages describe unknown behaviors from the most charismatic leader of European centrism. Keys for public relevance in the Galo country.
After announcing the Macron your intention to write it, Tchakaloff entered the blacklist of the president's team for a few weeks, as a threat. But Brigitte convinced her husband, who approved the close follow-up of the journalist to perform field work. However, the author of her ensures that the book is not going to be read by her protagonists. Brigitte never does, since she prefers to live alien to what she says, write or rumorea.
Other voices also come out: the most important, that of Françoise Nogues, Mother of the President, who describes the genuine in-law / daughter-in-law relationship. "For me, Brigitte, she is not a daughter-in-law. She is a friend like I never had another, we have the same affinities, the same priorities, we say everything," a example of how to win a mother-in-law. He may have had to see the well-known generational abyss of the couple, known the 25 years of age who separate them, a closer age with her than her son of her.
Briggite Trogneux was a professor of literature and theater at the Jesuit Le providence school when they met. He was 14 years old, she 39. Both were born in Amiens and were neighbors. Brigitte, heiress of a city chocolate company with three local sales venues, gave Estelle classes, Emmanuel's younger sister and, during two courses, in a few workshops, also to him. Friends of the time consulted reveal in the book that he "always idolatrated".
The story resumed decades later, once the contact is resumed. In 2006, she separated from her husband and both were reunited "officially" at the Lycée Saint? Louis de Gonzague, in Paris. Emmanuel was already dedicated to finance. An anonymous voice assures in the book that Macron's self-esteem only depends on the perception of it and that he "aspired to the presidential race to earn definitively the admiration of the woman he loved."
"While we are together, everything will be fine, we were very lucky to meet us, our bond emerged from the first day, as if it were obvious, people do not understand it, because society is based on individualism," says Brigitte in the book.
Given that another of the consulted sources narrates, Emmanuel got that admiration. A friend who knows the couple well points out that "it is undeniable that [Brigitte] is very intelligent and that she lives dedicated to Emmanuel's success."Updated Date: 05 September 2021, 10:50