French President’s wife, Carla Bruni ’shocked’ by You Tube video emerging of old recording where she discusses ’sexual matters’
[HMG] In another event that is bound to cause upset in Paris, the colorful history of Carla Bruni – wife of French President, Nicolas Sarkozy – has once more been unmasked by a new video in which she discusses her sex life.
A 27-minute video featuring the 42-year old former model discussing sexual matters on British TV emerged briefly on You Tube, and has once more confirmed the colorful past she’s tried hard to forget and obscure.
Appearing on the 1996 cult TV show, ‘Eurotrash’ Ms. Bruni is seen emptying her purse onto the couch, revealing two books entitled ‘Hot International Love and Sex Guides,’ which translate phrases that may be useful in more ‘adult’ encounters into seven European languages.
“We need this kind of book because we’re traveling around the world and meeting new people, we must know what to tell them in case we get into bed with them,” she explains to hosts Antoine de Caunes and Jean-Paul Gaultier.
Ms. Bruni – then aged 28 – offers an example by reciting the phrase, “You get me very hot” in four languages, ending with the Italian version – “Mi eccite tanto.” She then asks the hosts ‘Do you like my titties?’ in four different tongues, and completes the examples by inviting a sex act best referred to as ‘UFIA.’
Ms. Bruni also discusses her past affairs, including ones with Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton. A later clip comes from her now infamous 2007 interview in which she admits; ‘Monogamy bores me.’
Since marrying the President in 2008, Carla has tried to create a new image, playing the role of a dutiful head-of-state’s wife, devoted to both her husband and charitable causes. And this unwelcome tribute has caused some distress.
“The reappearance of this video has left her shocked and dismayed,” a friend told Gawker. “She has no idea why it surfaced, but it will undermine her credibility enormously.”
Thomas Cazals, the producer who created the movie, called ‘In the Tube with Carla Bruni,’ says he did it “With the naïve idea of better getting to know this character.”
The Elysée Palace took swift action, however – by yesterday evening the video was gone.
‘This video throws a disappointing shadow over the dignity of the post of First Lady,’ a palace source told the press.
As for her husband, Mr Sarkozy seemed attentive, and even held his wife’s hand as they visited the Nature exhibition on the Champs-Elysees, in Paris last night.