Boob job, nose job, and botox – there is no shortage of opportunities for plastic surgery. What plastic surgeries has Brigitte Macron had? Sure, the political wife already looks phenomenal, which cosmetic surgery measures has she taken?
About Brigitte Macron
First Lady of France, and the wife of 10th president of the Fifth Republic Emmanuel Macron. She is also a schoolteacher who has taught literature around Paris, France, including at the prestigious Lycée Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague.
Her first major teaching job came in the 1980s at the Collège Lucie-Berger in Strasbourg, France.
She met her husband while teaching him literature and theatre at Lycée la Providence. She is 24 years his senior.
She is the youngest of six children. Her parents are Simone and Jean Trogneux of the chocolaterie of the same name in Amiens, France.
She played an active role in her husband Emmanuel Macron’s 2016-2017 presidential campaign, and was a chief strategist.
According to local media outlets, Brigitte was reportedly placed under general anaesthetic on July 16 before she underwent a three-hour cosmetic surgery operation at the private hospital in Paris before heading off on summer holiday.
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"I don't feel like the 'first,' or the last, or a lady. I am Brigitte Macron!"Brigitte Macron
"Babylone, Babylone' is remarkable. Emmanuel is fascinated by Mexico. He knows the country without having been there... I am amazed by his intellectual capacities. He is extraordinary. I am talking about the man, not about my husband."Brigitte Macron
"It is very clear in my mind that the French people elected Emmanuel, and they haven't elected me, although they knew, of course, that we were a couple."Brigitte Macron
"I have a boundless passion for Flaubert. It's unthinkable to me that someone might not have read 'Madame Bovary.' He writes with a scalpel. Everything has meaning. My students were not allowed not to like him!"Brigitte Macron
"I have the impression that every word is a word too many. I'm constantly holding myself back."Brigitte Macron