Age Fils Carla Bruni: 52 years 8 months 30 days
Age Fils Carla Bruni: Carla Bruni was born as Carla Gilberta Bruni Tedeschi in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, on December 23, 1967. Since February 2, 2008, she has been married to Nicolas Sarkozy. They’ve got one child.
In 2002, Bruni released her first album, Quelqu’un m’a dit, which ultimately spent 34 weeks in the top 10 of the French Albums Chart. At the 2004 Victoires de la Musique, Bruni won the Victoire Award for Female Artist of the Year. Bruni released her second album, No Promises, the same year, then released her third album, Comme si de rien n’était, the following year. In 2013, her fourth album, Little French Songs, was released by Bruni. Bruni launched her fifth album, French Touch, in 2017. During her career, she has sold 5 million albums.
In 1997, to devote herself to music, Bruni left the world of fashion. In 1999, she sent her lyrics to Julien Clerc, on the basis of which he composed six tracks on his 2000 album Si j’étais elle.
In 2002, her debut album Quelqu’un m’a dit, produced by Louis Bertignac, was released in Europe as a surprise hit, selling 2 million copies. In Hans Canosa ‘s 2005 American film Conversations with Other Women, the song Le Plus Beau du quartier was used in H&M’s Christmas 2006 commercial, and the title track was featured in the 2003 film Le Divorce and in the 2003 film Le Divorce.
Carla Bruni earned an EBBA Award in 2004. Each year, the European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA) recognise the success of the first internationally released album by ten emerging artists or groups who have reached audiences outside their own countries.
In 2005, for Louis Bertignac’s new album Longtemps, she wrote the lyrics for ten out of twelve songs, and performed two duets with him on the album, Les Frôleuses and Sans toi. In 2006, for the tribute album Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisited, Bruni recorded ‘Those Little Things’, an English translation of the Serge Gainsbourg song ‘Ces petits riens’. She took part in the 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony in a parade paying tribute to