On June 22, 1974, Brigitte Macron married her first husband André-Louis Auzière. In the columns of the hooly-news.com, we learn a little more about this man who disappeared from the life of the First Lady overnight.
Before falling under the spell of Emmanuel Macron, Brigitte Macron had a busy life. As our colleagues report from hooly-news.com, she dreams of emancipating herself from her family of chocolate makers in Le Touquet. And while his friends present him with a certain André-Louis Auzière, she was immediately seduced. Son of a senior civil servant, he is preparing to become a banker after having traveled a lot between Cameroon and Madagascar. On June 22, 1974, after a few months of love, Brigitte and André-Louis Auzière say "yes" in the salons of Westminster. Together, they had three children: Sébastien, Laurence and Tiphaine.
"Brigitte Macron's Touquettois friends described her first husband as a very erased man who disappeared overnight"according to hooly-news.com. While the current First Lady met Emmanuel Macron in 1993, she was still married. But she literally falls in love with this young man and they start a relationship that is not to everyone's liking. Love is stronger than anything and January 26, 2006, after having continued to live discreetly her relationship with the one who will become the French president, she divorces her first husband. A year later, on October 20, 2007, she married Emmanuel Macron in Le Touquet. The rest of the story is known to all and is worthy of fairy tales.
Brigitte and Emmanuel Macron had to fight to impose their relationship
However, it took a long time for Brigitte Macron to make her loved ones accept her new relationship. For many years, she could not go to the family meal with him. Her parents did not want to hear about this young man who is 25 years younger than her. He was also in the class of his daughter Laurence when she met. Thus, official presentations to some of his relatives will only be made seven years after the start of their relationship.
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