full of mischief, she presents herself on video and at the age of 12 she looks like a real teenager! – Closer

full of mischief, she presents herself on video and at the age of 12 she looks like a real teenager! – Closer
full of mischief, she presents herself on video and at the age of 12 she looks like a real teenager! – Closer

Giulia Sarkozy makes her parents proud. At only 12 years old, the daughter of Carla Bruni and Nicolas Sarkozy has many assets. The young girl is passionate about horses and has been riding for several years. Moreover, she participated in a famous horse show this Friday June 21.

The show jumping competition takes place from June 21 to Sunday June 23 at the Plaine de Jeux de Bagatelle in Paris. And when she came, Giulia Sarkozy attracted all eyes. And for good reason, his famous parents were also present to encourage him. Carla Bruni and Nicolas Sarkozy supported their daughter from the VIP stands.

Giulia Sarkozy unveils the program for this day

On her Instagram account, Giulia Sarkozy also took the opportunity to film and post a vlog of her day: “We have just done the recce of the 140 or 145 Grand Prix, I don’t know anymore, so it’s really huge, revealed the young girl mischievously. And to continue: “Basically, I’m 1.50 meters tall and the obstacles are bigger than me.”

Ultimately, Giulia came third in the competition.
“We still come out with the best time of the event and SF (without fault)”, she explained on her Instagram account. She then spoke to her pony Finola:
thank you for everything my cracks”she posted.

Carla Bruni’s daughter confides on Instagram

This Friday, June 21, Giulia Sarkozy competed with Filona. But usually it is alongside her pony Valentine that the young girl participates in the events. Moreover, on June 6, she revealed that she had realized a dream. In fact, she became the owner of Valentine.

On Instagram, she revealed the happy news while confiding that she wanted to take even more care of
The love of his life”. “I will finally be able to offer him a life in the meadowshe posted.

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