"An extended honeymoon": Arielle Dombasle tells of her confinement with Bernard-Henri Lévy: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

The French spent 55 days confined. From March 17 to May 11, they could not leave their homes unless they had a good reason. A situation which unfortunately gave rise to tensions in certain couples, but not that of Arielle Dombasle and Bernard-Henri Lévy. The actress and the philosopher spent their confinement in their Parisian apartment "out of solidarity" as she confided in an interview for the Sunday Journal. But far from creating problems between them, this parenthesis brought them together a lot

"A kind of honeymoon"

Guest on the set of C to you Tuesday, June 16, 2020, Arielle Dombasle confided to having spent a very good confinement alongside that which she married 27 years ago. "Finally, me, I stayed on the modality of music, and I cooked for Bernard-Henri, I did the shopping, I did the housework and all that …", she detailed before adding, delighted: "All of this is extremely wonderful. It’s like a kind of extended honeymoon. "

Arielle Dombasle highly criticized

While BHL got down to writing its latest coronavirus essay entitled This virus that drives you mad and published by Fayard editions just after the deconfinement, Arielle Dombasle was preparing the release of d ’Empire, her new album, which will be in stores on June 19, 2020. Saturday June 13, 2020, the singer also presented this album on the setWe are not in bed. A service that was not unanimous.

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