Nicolas Sarkozy in mourning: Carla Bruni separated from him during one of the worst moments of his life
At the beginning of March, Nicolas Sarkozy lost his father. At the announcement of the death of Pal Sarkozy, Carla Bruni was thousands of kilometers away, as reported by Gala.
Nicolas Sarkozy said goodbye to his father. Saturday March 4, Pal Sarkozy died at the age of 94. It was Carla Bruni who announced the sad news on her Instagram account. “RIP Pal Sarkozy de Nagy Bocsa, May 5, 1928 – March 4, 2023. Rest in peace”, she wrote in the caption of a black and white photo of her young father-in-law. Very touched by the death of the father of her husband, Carla Bruni was not at his side during the sad announcement. According Galathis Thursday, March 23, in fact, the wife of Nicolas Sarkozy was very far from her husband since she was present in Al Ula, in Saudi Arabia, to participate in the Week of the French language and the Francophonie where she gave a concert. “It has to happen when I’m away”, she confided to our colleagues. Once back in France, Carla Bruni was able to support Nicolas Sarkozy.
A few days later, in fact, the former model supported the former President of the Republic at the funeral of his father. For Pal Sarkozy’s funeral, he was able to count on the presence and support of his eldest sons, Pierre and Jean, his brothers, François and Guillaume, his half-brother Olivier and his half-sister Caroline. Since the death of his dad, Nicolas Sarkozy has not spoken publicly. It must be said that the former President of the Republic had conflicting relations with Pal Sarkzoy, that he never forgave having left his mother and his three children when they were still very young. “Nicolas was terribly angry with him for having abandoned his mother”, confided Brice Hortefeux in the columns of the World.
Nicolas Sarkozy “not his father’s favorite child”
“I who came from a classic bourgeois family, my eyes widened when he told me that he was going to see his father to force him to pay his mother child support”, added the former minister. Very discreet on this subject, Nicolas Sarkozy had briefly mentioned his dad in 2005 during a TV show. At the time, the former head of state took over the lyrics of the tube If only I could miss him from Calogero: “Apart from a father, I miss nothing”. Described in Le Monde as a “whimsical character, mythomaniac, an adventurer”, Pal Sarkozy has often belittled his second son, “the only one in the family to be ‘little’, he repeated, was not his favorite child”, “unlike the two other boys he had with Andrée, Guillaume, the eldest, and François, the third, whom he likes to describe as much bigger, stronger, gifted and fortunate”.