While on June 4, François Hollande and Julie Gayet got married, in some published photos, it is the former President of the Republic who signs the civil status registers. But why not Julie Gayet?
On June 4, François Hollande and Julie Gayet said “yes” to life in Tulle. This surprise wedding was celebrated in an intimate way, as our colleagues from The mountain. Bernard Combre, mayor of the town who received the former President of the Republic and his wife, proceeded to the civil union: “Celebrating a wedding is always a unique moment for me. I like to unite those who love each other. On Saturday June 4, François and Julie were married in Tulle, in their city of hearts. It is with infinite happiness and emotion that I proceeded to their union”he wrote on Instagram.
Since then, some photos have been published, in particular one where one can see François Hollande signing the registers of the civil status. But why didn’t Julie Gayet do it too? According to Bertrand Deckers, columnist in Do not touch My TVthe justification lies with the principal concerned: “We see that it is he who signs the registers and not her because she is left-handed Julie Gayet, she has a little problem with her left-handed side, that’s why we see that it is he who sign the registerhe confides on the set of C8Friday, June 10.
Bertrand Deckers: “The Public Prosecutor has used a decree which is extremely rare”
The columnist also gives some additional information about the union of Julie Gayet of François Hollande : “The dress is signed Hermès, it’s a completely original version and it goes in Hermès, like Carla Bruni. Carla Bruni, remember, she had worn ballet flats and Julie chose pumps, which meant that she is taller than François Hollande”. The one who usually specializes in the British royal family also reveals the reason why this marriage could be so secret: “The Public Prosecutor has used a decree which is extremely rare. You should know that for marriages where it is estimated that there may be a disturbance of public order, the banns are not published”.