Many of her countrymen believe she also looks swell in a bikini, as evidenced in a celebrity magazine scandal last summer that started out as an embarrassment and ended up as a plus. Some celebrities - such as members of the Monaco royal family - make a tidy sum every year from suing the press. Princess Diana Why a livid Princess Diana stopped talking to 'best friend' Fergie six months before her death The two royal in-laws were as thick as thieves - until Fergie shared a mean story about her. The publication of the famous bikini photos in a celebrity magazine last summer appeared to be a grave breach of the unwritten French protocol that scrupulously protects the private lives of politicians. Something different Traditionally, politics in France has been the domain of gray men in gray suits. But is it really possible for a woman to be elected president in a country where having a mistress is practically seen as one of the perks of the job? American Idol host Ryan Seacrest finds love at las
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Being ze second French temporary resident on ze fifth floor, I feel zat it iz my duty to justify ze first lady's choice:. Blogging Is Dead -- http: Majorities also opposed paying more to fund health and higher education. Italian brands for the French First Family? In public, she doesn't show hurt. Hundreds of mourners dressed in pink line the road as horse-drawn carriage takes These days the national conversation turns on such questions.
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She is running to be President of the United States. Tape recordings also circulated of Socialists booing and heckling her at closed party meetings. I'm almost tempted to ask one of the teams please to play a little worse. Le Monde newspaper estimated that she captured about 61 percent of the vote in turning back challenges from two party stalwarts -- former finance minister Dominique Strauss-Kahn and ex-prime minister Laurent Fabius, who both garnered about 19 percent, Le Monde projected. For weeks these people had been out recruiting others to join their inspirational "movement". Thousands of these followers work for free for Royal, canvassing support, hosting barbecues, leading meetings, blogging and emailing suggestions on policy.
Originally Posted by starchaser bit over-rated. Royal's victory -- she needed more than 50 percent to win -- was a clear signal that members wanted to rally behind a single candidate and avoid a potentially divisive second round. All this may not matter too much to French voters next year. I have been dragged into this controversy by my colleague Olivier Toubia yes, he of King Kong fame and Schmitt yes, he of, ahem, smoothness fame because those two are at odds over Cecilia Teacher sex scandal, local fury over building plans and pupils paying