Prince Albert II of Monaco and his bride-to-be Charlene Wittstock say in an interview published in France they’re looking to become parents soon after they tie the knot next month.
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The upcoming 2012 presidential elections in France are shaping up to be a pretty big farce, not helped by the fact that the major candidates all seem to have the same names… See the rest of the odd couples at Les couples des présidentielles – L’actu en patates on the Le Monde blog.
Bixente (pronounced bee-shent-ay) is a pro soccer player. Watch a video of the GQ photo shoot on the GQ Magazine site. (Have plenty of ice handy.)
She’s one of those institutions who’s everywhere, and long before I had any idea what the hell she’d done I’d learned that her mime-white face was one to be respected and feared, and that she was ubiquitous. What she did is run French beauty pageants for years.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, world-famous as France’s first lady and as a model and singer, has now been “immortalized” — as a comic-book heroine, an American publisher said.
According to Lynch, the only direction he had from Dior was, “They called me up and said, ‘Would you like to make a short film for the internet? You can do anything you want, you just need to show the handbag, the Pearl Tower and some old Shanghai.’”
Ali and Bono were having lunch with friends and discovered, among the other guests, Bernard Arnault, chairman and CEO of the fashion conglomerate LVMH. Bono asked his advice — and now Edun is part of the LVMH stable of luxury brands, standing alongside Céline, Louis Vuitton and Dior.
Greed, ambition, a president, a beauty empire heiress, a con man, secret envelopes filled with cash, recording devices planted by domestics, Nazis, collaborationists, and more… All you could ever want in a French political/high society scandal. The whole mess explained clearly and succinctly in this Telegraph article.
*the French version of “for Dummies” book titles