President-elect Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife, Brigitte, on the campaign trail in the south of France in April. Brigitte Macron, who is 24 years older than her husband, is already stirring a lively and erudite debate about sexism, ageism, masculinity, contemporary marriage, political stagecraft and what a modern French first lady should actually be.
President-elect Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife, Brigitte, on the campaign trail in the south of France in April. Brigitte Macron, who is 24 years older than her husband, is already stirring a lively and erudite debate about sexism, ageism, masculinity, contemporary marriage, political stagecraft and what a modern French first lady should actually be. Pierre Terdjman The New York Times
President-elect Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife, Brigitte, on the campaign trail in the south of France in April. Brigitte Macron, who is 24 years older than her husband, is already stirring a lively and erudite debate about sexism, ageism, masculinity, contemporary marriage, political stagecraft and what a modern French first lady should actually be. Pierre Terdjman The New York Times

France’s incoming first lady is being taunted – all because she’s older than her husband

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