Famous Actress to Brigitte Macron: “I Think You’re A Great Lady”

On March 8th, Brigitte Macron received several women with disabilities at the Elysee Palace. Among them: the sister of a famous actress, who did not hesitate to challenge the First Lady and President Emmanuel Macron.

It was a meeting that took place, away from the photographers, on March 8th. That day, in coordination with Sophie Cluzel, Secretary of State in charge of people with disabilities, Brigitte Macron received at lunch about twenty women with disabilities at theElysee , wery attached to the concept of inclusion, the First lady, whose influence we now know from the president, wanted to learn about their career and their difficulties. Among these women: a certain Sabine, suffering from autism, and her sister, the actress Sandrine Bonnaire.

Struggling for better care for people with autism for years, the muse of Maurice Pialat had already made a documentary about his sister, Her name is Sabine, broadcast in 2007. A poignant film about the deschooling of Sabine, her excessive medication, the waltz of the caregivers at her bedside, the difficulty of finding her a welcoming structure. As many issues as Brigitte Macron is not without knowing, since the former professor of letters has already been sensitized by a former student, mother of an autistic child.

If Sandrine Bonnaire, her sister and her eldest daughter Jeanne, also present at the Elysee Palace on March 8, did not pose in front of the photographers, on the steps of the presidential palace, Pierre-Olivier Costa, Brigitte’s director of cabinet Macron, posted a snapshot of the meeting of the three women with the First Lady.

 

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Avec Sandrine Bonnaire, sa sœur, Sabine, et sa fille, Jeanne.

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In its latest edition, Paris Match magazine reveals a little more about their exchanges. The weekly reports that Sandrine Bonnaire thanked the First Lady for her welcome, with these words: “I feel that you are a great lady. Before questioning Emmanuel Macron, who had come to join his wife: “This is not my first mandate. I have come several times to the Elysee Palace for the same fight. Sabine had a lot of abilities she lost due to poor support. ”

Welcoming the fact that he had reduced the number of autistic children left unresolved by three, the president told the actress that she wanted to “change habits in business” and “develop research in psychiatry. “Paris Match evokes a Sandrine Bonnaire” remained on her hunger “, but” rejoices in listening to the presidential couple. ”

 

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Avec Nadia Murad, prix Nobel de la Paix 2018 – Conseil consultatif pour l’égalité entre les femmes et les hommes

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On March 8th, Brigitte Macron received several women with disabilities at the Elysee Palace. Among them: the sister of a famous actress, who did not hesitate to challenge the First Lady and President Emmanuel Macron.

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