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65-Year-Old First Lady Of France Rocking It To Techno At The Élysée Palace Party

Date July 12, 2018 13:22

Once again, the First Lady of France, Brigitte Macron, 65, has become a target of public attention. During the annual world music day festival, she organized a special concert to entertain 1,500 guests, who registered on the presidency’s website, for free. Between 8 pm and midnight, the walls of the Élysée Palace were shaking from music approved by Macron’s themselves – electro.

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The choice of electronic music is as surprising as the idea of ​​a concert on the steps of the presidential residency. Anyway, it didn’t seem to spoil the mood.

For the occasion, the president had abandoned his tie, while the First Lady put on a suitable outfit: a white shirt with a powdery pink tailor jacket.

Brigitte Macron loosened up and yielded to the rhythm. She seemed to have enjoyed the event way more than her husband. This aspect of her personality definitely makes her one of the “coolest” first ladies ever.

Brigitte Macron, a very cool First Lady of France

Under the Fifth Republic, the French have had nine first ladies. Very different, each marked her time in her own way. Still, 65-year-old Brigitte Macron is one of the most modern and refreshing. She has a distinguishing colorful style that makes her stand out among the predecessors. She has won the hearts of the French and a large number of admirers worldwide.

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Between 1959 and 2016, the First Lady title belonged to a number of powerful women.

Yvonne De Gaulle - the spouse of admirable General Charles de Gaulle, head of state from 1959 to 1969. Very distinguished Claude Pompidou. Anne-Aymone Giscard d'Estaing - the wife of Valéry Giscard d'Estaing. Danielle Mitterrand - the wife of François Mitterrand. Among others, they distinguished themselves much more by their views and legacies than their taste in music or fashion choices.

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Bernadette Chirac, Jacques Chirac's wife, marked her long stay at the Élysée Palace with numerous charitable initiatives. Cecilia Sarkozy separated with her husband “by mutual consent” only six months after he was elected.

Nicolas Sarkozy found her a replacement several months later by marrying Carla Bruni. The former model and singer is remembered by her glamorous style and little involvement in politics.

Valérie Trierweiler, the partner of the former president François Hollande, a journalist, writer, political talk shows host, has been remembered as an independent and powerful de facto first lady – she chose to continue pursuing her career in spite of the fact that her boyfriend was elected the president of France.

You can say that the current First Lady has some features of all of her predecessors. A classic or modern slim suit, she remains committed to her role and finds her way with both young and older people.

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