France’s first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has admitted to disguising herself to travel incognito in Paris. 

"/> France’s first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has admitted to disguising herself to travel incognito in Paris. 

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Carla dons wig for private Paris escapades

Carla dons wig for private Paris escapades
Peter Potrowl

France’s first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has admitted to disguising herself to travel incognito in Paris. 


“With a wig nobody recognises me in the metro,” says former model and first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in an interview with the weekly Le Nouvel Observateur. “Recently, my handbag was even searched in the museum of the Navy.” 

“Fame isn’t difficult to bear because I like to disguise myself literally and figuratively,” says Bruni-Sarkozy. 

In a recent interview, the glamorous first lady admitted to rather unusual habits to escape the formality of the Elysée Palace such as wearing a wig.

Bruni-Sarkozy says her way of life is eccentric compared to previous first ladies, such as Claude Pompidou, a philantropist and first lady in the 70s. 

“Next to Madame Pompidou, I’m Lady Gaga!” she said. 

Bruni-Sarkozy has been criticised for being out of touch with common people at a time when the French are suffering from a deep economic crisis. 

As well as being a former model known for her flings with celebrities including Mick Jagger,  Bruni-Sarkozy is also an Italian heiress and a singer.


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