Raphaël Glucksmann talks about his relationship with Léa Salamé

Raphaël Glucksmann talks about his relationship with Léa Salamé
Raphaël Glucksmann talks about his relationship with Léa Salamé

By L.M.

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Léa Salame and Raphaël Glucksmann during the funeral of Sébastien Demorand at the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris. (France, January 31, 2020).
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The politician, who has shared the journalist’s life for ten years, spoke of their private life in the columns of Paris MatchThursday, May 16.

If it is rare for Raphaël Glucksmann to open up about his private life, the candidate of the Socialist Party in the European elections has indulged in some confidences in the columns of Paris Match , Thursday, May 16. The politician, in a relationship with journalist Léa Salamé for almost ten years, spoke about his daily life with the latter, as well as their complementarity.

“She can definitely say that I was bad, like a journalist judging a media performance. “You speak too slowly, you use too complicated words…”, yes,” he declared, nevertheless adding: “But we try to compartmentalize. I like that she doesn’t encroach on my space and I don’t encroach on hers. She has a great career, and from the moment we cross these boundaries, it would jeopardize our trajectories (…) Not exposing ourselves and respecting each other’s space, that’s what makes our couple strong. These are two destinies, not a merger.

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Cannes, 2017

The essayist Raphaël Glucksmann, who has a large following on social networks with some 800,000 followers, also returned to one of the rare photos of him and his partner circulating on the Internet. “The only public photo of us was taken in Cannes in 2017 when we went to see Michel’s film (Hazanavicius, NDRL). I didn’t have a tuxedo, Michel lent me his… Since then, everyone has used this image to say: “Look, it’s the star system that’s on stage!”, he said deplored. Now, this is my little conservative side, there is a form of distancing among the politicians of the past that I like. You have to relearn not to stage your private life.” And to go deeper: “With my parents, we never talked about intimate feelings. I was very close to them, we talked about everything, but we didn’t open up about it. It’s a form of politeness.”

Léa Salamé and Raphaël Glucksmann in 2017 at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Raphaël Glucksmann and Léa Salamé met in 2015 on the set ofWe are not in bed, a program in which the Lebanese journalist served as a columnist. Three years later, in 2017, the couple welcomed their son, Gabriel. The politician already had a child, Alexandre, born in 2011 from a previous union.

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