Death of Géraldine Carré at 54: who are the journalist’s four children?

Death of Géraldine Carré at 54: who are the journalist’s four children?
Death of Géraldine Carré at 54: who are the journalist’s four children?

The first week of May ends on a tragic note. On the X network (formerly known as Twitter), Benjamin Castaldi announced the death of Géraldine Carré. The journalist died at the age of 54. “Definitely, it’s always the best who leave”can we read in the host’s publication.

Julien Courbet also spoke on social networks, writing directly: “I am very sad to learn of the disappearance of Géraldine Carré […] I entrusted him with the presentation of Intimate Confessions on TF1. Lots of class, perspective, self-deprecation, humor. Rest in peace my Gégé”. Tributes from ex-collaborators and anonymous people continue to pour in this weekend.

Who are Géraldine Carré’s children?

Born in 1969 in Lyon, Géraldine Carré began her career on radio in the early 1990s on Europe 2. After joining Europe 1, the young journalist joined the Paris Première channel where she hosted the weekly talk show Tout Paris. This first television experience propelled her to the rank of columnist at Christophe Dechavanne Then Daniela Lumbroso before inheriting the presentation of Intimate confessions.

On the private side, Géraldine Carré was married to Patrick Bauer. The verse, relatively discreet, had four children. Arrived in chronological order Sasha Bauer (1998), Alma Bauer (2000), Ava Bauer (2005) then Lazslo Bauer (2007). The late journalist always took care not to expose them to photographers and cameras.

Who is Géraldine Carré’s husband?

Like his children, Patrick Bauer also stayed in the shadow of Géraldine Carré. The former presenter of Intimate Confessions preferred not talking about your romance publicly with the man of her life. However, we know that she adopted his surname shortly after saying yes to him for life, becoming Géraldine Carré-Bauer.

In 1999, the mother had devoted a book about the experience of motherhood In You, my baby (ed. La Martinière), co-written with the magazine’s journalist SHE, Alix Girod de l’Ain. FromIsabelle Giordano has Roselyne Bachelot Passing by Mathilda Mayactresses, singers, novelists, scientists, sportswomen and politicians told the story “the joy of being a mother”.

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