Julie Gayet married to François Hollande: Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine dares to make a crazy allusion to the former first lady

Julie Gayet married to François Hollande: Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine dares to make a crazy allusion to the former first lady

Invited this C to you this Wednesday, June 8, Julie Gayet had the right to a surprise from the team for her marriage to François Hollande. Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine has slipped a delicate and daring allusion to the actress that she is not ready to forget.

It is no longer a secret for the whole of France, Julie Gayet and Francois Hollande got married discreetly on June 4 at the town hall of Tulle. An event announced by La Montagne this Tuesday, June 7, which has already caused a lot of ink to flow, despite a ceremony in complete privacy, which notably included the singer Benjamin Biolay among the guests. As proof of this union between the former President of the Republic and the French actress, a snapshot of the couple published on Instagram by Bernard Combes, the mayor of Tulle, where François Hollande and his companion have lived for four years. Other photos of the newlyweds were shared on June 7 by La Montagne.

guest of It’s up to you this Wednesday, June 8, Julie Gayet did not wish to discuss the subject. Came to present Twin sistersa festival combining music and visual arts which will be offered in Rochefort, the actress and director did not let anything show. While Julie Gayet was discussing her passion for the universe of Jacques Demy with the singer M, also on the set, no columnist blew the slightest word on the marriage that all of France is talking about. No indiscretion filterednot even from Bertrand Chameroy, who we knew was more teasing.

Disturbing congratulations for Julie Gayet

It was only at the end of the program that Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine took the plunge. As the team and guests turned to the camera to take a photo, the host called out to Julie Gayet: “Congratulations dear Julie! I have a bouquet for you. All our best wishes from the entire C team to you“, launches Babeth warmly. After putting an imposing bouquet in the arms of her guest, the latter adds: “There are no eyelets, we checked!“. A remark that is not insignificant, since carnations are considered an omen of deception, and therefore of infidelity. Attention to detail, or a clumsy wink at the rumors that lent an affair to François Hollande?

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Julie Gayet
Julie Gayet had come to present the “Twin Sisters” festival, combining music and visual arts, which will be held soon in Rochefort.

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Julie Gayet
Julie Gayet married since June 4 in Tulle with the former President, her companion François Hollande, did not wish to raise the subject.

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Julie Gayet
Julie Gayet preferred to talk about her passion for Jacques Demy and Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, which inspired the title of the festival.

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Julie Gayet
Julie Gayet named several women who will be honored during the event.

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The singer M.
Matthieu Chedid, alias M, was very interested in the festival’s program, which unfortunately does not correspond to his availability.

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The C team to you
The C à vous team nevertheless wanted to congratulate Julie Gayet by offering her a bouquet of flowers at the end of the show.

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The C team to you
“We checked there are no carnations,” notes Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine, while the C à vous team poses for the photo.

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The C team to you
A curious allusion since carnations are a symbol of deception, and therefore of infidelity.

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Julie Gayet
Julie Gayet climbed the steps of the Cannes Film Festival on May 24.

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Julie Gayet, Raphael Personnaz
Julie Gayet was accompanied by Raphael Personnaz to go to the screening of the film L’innocent.

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Julie Gayet
Involved in several causes, Julie Gayet does not miss an event to celebrate women. The 50-year-old director was at the “Women In Motion” evening at the Château de la Castre, on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival.

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