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Emmanuel Macron with his wife Brigitte and members of her family at a victory party after his resounding win over far-right rival Marine Le PenOnce his high school drama teacher, now wife of incoming French president Emmanuel Macron, 64-year-old Brigitte Macron stepped into the spotlight long before her husband was elected.
by Daphné BENOIT, Joshua MELVIN - AFP on May 14, 2017, 1:50 pm Brigitte Macron: French president's teacher-turned-wife Paris (AFP) - Once his high school drama teacher, now wife of incoming French president Emmanuel Macron, 64-year-old Brigitte Macron stepped into the spotlight long before her husband was elected.The 25-year age difference and the extraordinary way they met -- he pursued her when he was her pupil -- makes her the most talked-about French president's partner since Nicolas...
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Selecting a term
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