Brigitte Macron: the mysterious disappearance of her ex-husband
Before joining Emmanuel Macron in 2007, Brigitte Macron was married to André-Louis Auzière.
Since their divorce, the man, a great French banker, has completely disappeared and is almost impossible to find on the web.
Brigitte Macron and her husband Emmanuel, current President of the French Republic, seem to have been enjoying perfect love since their marriage in 2007.
Soldered and united in both joy and adversity, the couple had to fight to be together.
At the time of their meeting in 1994, the head of state was only a young man, as for Brigitte, she was married and already the mother of three children.
A complicated separation
In the early 1990s, Brigitte Auzière and her husband André-Louis moved to Amiens.
Driven by her passion for teaching, she works as a French and Latin teacher at the private Jesuit high school La Providence.
It was at this time that she met Emmanuel Macron, her pupil, with whom she produced a play by Eduardo De Filippo in 1994. Even if twenty-four years separated the teacher and the student, they formed a strong relationship.
André-Louis Auzière mad with rage at having been deceived
Weeks after weeks, weekends after weekends, the current President of the Republic and his wife rub shoulders. Brigitte’s marriage is in decline. Mother of three children from her union with André-Louis Auzière, she does not seem ready for divorce until the day her husband discovers the truth.
“When her husband learns the truth, his reaction is obviously violent.
To be replaced by a classmate of his daughter, by a teenager whom he has received so often at his home, that’s a difficult wound to heal. And the banker, not very sentimental, according to all the testimonies collected, does not procrastinate: he leaves. ” reports Maëlle Brun journalist author of the biography
Her ex-husband nowhere to be found?
After ten years of proceedings, the divorce of the teacher and her banker husband was pronounced in 2006. Since then André-Louis Auzière has been almost impossible to find. Very discreet, he chose to disappear so as not to be exposed to the media.
Sylvie Bommel, author of the book “He had just turned seventeen” explained:
Some say he lives somewhere in the Paris region. Passionate about this enigmatic man, the English journalists searched everywhere, finding nothing.
I still have a small suspicion that all traces of him have been erased from the Internet.