Nicolas Sarkozy, to Susanna Griso: “Pedro Sánchez has the right not to talk about his wife”

Nicolas Sarkozy He sat down this Tuesday on the set of Public mirror (Antenna 3) next to Susanna Grisowho last Thursday also interviewed Pedro Sanchez in your program. The French politician has spoken about some international issues such as the Ukraine-Russia and Israel-Hamas wars, and also about other banal issues such as Real Madrid's interest in Kylian Mbappé. “He stays in France,” she said. Sarkozy, at 68 years old, has also spoken of Carla Bruni (55) and, curiously, from Sánchez and Begoña Gomez.

Regarding the President of the Government of Spain and his wife, he said: “Sánchez has the right not to talk about his wife”.

It must be remembered that the socialist leader defended Gómez this Monday, during the presentation of his book with Jorge Javier Vázquez: “The life of a politician's partner is very difficult because in the end they end up exposed. In the case of Begoña exposed, to political criticism. Because it effectively has a political purpose, which is to erode your partner, and Begoña does not have the political tools to be able to defend herself. He cannot go out and stand behind a lectern in a gallery. […] There is an asymmetry that makes the partners of political leaders very vulnerable,” he noted.

“An exceptional first lady”

Returning to Sarkozy, the former French president assured Atresmedia that Bruni was “an exceptional first lady” and recalled what the beginnings of their love story were like: “A few months later we got married.” They married on February 2, 2008 in a very discreet ceremony, which contrasted with the public life they subsequently led. Three days ago, the model and singer wrote on her social networks: “Love is the answer,” along with a photo of both of them.

They do not have children in common. She has to Aurélien Enthoven (22), fruit of his relationship with the philosopher and writer Raphaël Enthoven. He, for his part, is the father of Pierre (38), Jean (37) y Louis (26). The two oldest are the result of her first marriage to Marie-Dominique Culioli and he had the little one with his second wife, Cécilia Attias.

In 2021, when the French politician was sentenced to three years in prison for corruption and influence peddling after trying to bribe a judge in 2014, Bruni also showed him his public support. To this day, they seem to be in love like the first day. In May of this year the Court of Appeals confirmed the sentence. The sentence was suspended after appealing to the Supreme Court.