In a recent interview with news magazine Paris Match, French First Lady Brigitte Macron revealed that she waited ten years to marry her husband, Emmanuel Macron. She spoke openly about the challenges she faced in their relationship and the concern she had for her children.
When they first started dating at the age of 15, Brigitte was Emmanuel’s drama teacher and he was a student in her class in Amiens, France. Despite initial resistance from his parents and age differences between them, they continued their relationship. However, it took ten years before they finally decided to get married in 2007.
Brigitte expressed her concern for her children during this time, stating that she didn’t want to disrupt their lives. She made sure to put them on the right path before marrying Emmanuel. Their marriage has been successful despite these challenges, and together they have one son and two daughters who are now adults.
After divorcing her ex-husband in 2006, Brigitte went on to marry Emmanuel Macron who later became the French President in 2017. The couple has been together for many years now and continues to be an inspiration to many couples around the world.