Brigitte Macron gets official role

Macron's plans to create an official status and job for his wife as first lady were shelved in the face of a hostile online petitionMore

French President Emmanuel Macron is offering his support to anti-racism protesters in what he described a collective, historic battle against intolerance. One big takeaway from Brigitte's rise to fame has been extremely superficial: She's roughly 24 years her husband's senior.

Brigitte Macron's role was officially defined by the Élysée Palace today in a charter that falls well short of her husband's original plans to create a formal post of French first lady. The most important thing is to hide her hair: " I took the metro until very recently, she, if we do not see my hair, I am calm, if we see them, it's ruined".

If I had been 20 years older than my wife, nobody would have thought for a single second that I couldn't be [an intimate partner].

Upon discovering the affair Emmanuel's parents sent him away to Paris to complete his studies, a biography of the now-French president said. She added that "there was nothing between us at the time, but the gossip went on".

The present Charter will be published on the website of the Presidency of the Republic.


In her interview last week, Brigitte Macron also spoke about her marriage with Macron, who is 25 years younger than her and a former pupil in her drama classes at a Catholic high school in the northern city of Amiens. This approval rating - of 36% - is roughly the same as that of Donald Trump in America right now, according to FiveThirtyEight's aggregation.

She will, however, have two advisers from Macron's own office at her disposal, as well as a secretarial service.

In August, the president was forced to clarify that she would not be granted a separate budget or a political role after a petition, signed by more than 280,000 people, insisted that Macron could not bring about such a shift in France's public life without a mandate.

The publication of the charter follows a lengthy public debate in France over the nature of Brigitte Macron's role. The best trick is to hide her blonde hair, as she tells in Elle magazine.

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