Twenty years after the release of her hit album “Someone told me”, the singer accepted an interview with ELLE magazine in her cozy Parisian nest. She talks about her artistic passions, music, the passage of time, her character and her house in the 16th arrondissement. Confidences.
Between her career in modeling, as a singer and as the wife of a President of the Republic, Carla Bruni often attracted the press. If she talks easily about herself, her loves, her sources of inspiration and her temperament, she is more discreet about her children or the place where she lives. She succeeds in the difficult balance: to indulge while preserving a little of her secret garden. This is certainly why she distils information about her beautiful house in the heart of Paris.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy: her Parisian residence out of sight
With Nicolas Sarkozy and his daughter Giulia, a house was needed out of sight. And it’s in the very chic residence, Villa Montmorency, where the family lives. According to our colleagues from Parisianit’s the “celebrity hideaway“. “The entrance is guarded 24 hours a day by a team of guards who operate rounds day and night“, we read. In any case, the sister of Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi feels good there. “I came to this house for the first time more than twenty years ago, Hubert, the owner of the Bains Douches, was giving a party there in honor of Robert De Niro. I don’t remember Robert but this magical place. I rented it for years, before I could buy it“, she confides to the weekly. Our colleague from SHE says that the living room, where he waits, is decorated with works of art and that there is a piano, an exceptional Steinway, the artist’s favorite instrument.
Carla Bruni and her family home: Cap Nègre
The Sarkozy couple usually spend their holidays in this beautiful Var residence. This high-rise house was built between 1934 and 1937. It was bought by the Bruni Tedeschis in 1971. Marisa Bruni Tedeschi tells journalists about Vanity Fair : “Cap Nègre has seen my whole life pass by. The moments of sadness and exaltation, the joys as well as the sorrows“. We know that Brother Virginio Bruni Tedeschi, who died of AIDS at the age of 46, stayed there at the end of his life.
The place is spacious and can accommodate the whole family. It has ten bedrooms, each with a private terrace overlooking the sea. It is a protected place that is not accessible to everyone. It is difficult to access by sea and there is a heavy metal gate at the entrance. This place is therefore very popular with the former President and his wife in search of privacy. Someone told me they felt good there…