About Carla Bruni:
Carla Bruni is an Italian-French singer-songwriter and former model. She is married to former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.
I love English rock music the best and have always been fascinated by The Clash, especially Joe Strummer, their singer.
I'm not at all an active feminist. On the contrary, I'm a bourgeois. I love family life, I love doing the same thing every day.
I am cursed with computers; something always goes wrong.
My dream life is just to go back to my job full-time. And be with my family. You know, regular dreams, common dreams that everyone has.
In reality, I don't see myself as a man hunter. In fact, when it comes to love, I am rarely the one to make the first move.
I hoped that, you know, France wouldn't mind about, you know, the wife of their president to having a job.
I think it would be shocking for me to pretend not to have any past. And also, it would be a lie.
I'm not really a femme fatale.
I only judge people in one way. I like them or I don't. But I don't have preconceived ideas.
It would never occur to me to judge anyone.
It's always astounded me to have succeeded at having kids. It's crazy!
I find that talking about myself is often the most boring thing in the world. Sixty per cent of interviews I find mechanical.
I've ended up becoming my mother in some respects, despite my eight years of analysis!
I must represent France, and I want to be elegant, and I want the French people to be proud of me, you know.
Love lasts a long time but burning desire lasts two to three weeks.
I want a man with nuclear power.
Tu es ma came, plus mortelle que l'héroïne afghane, plus dangereux que la blanche colombienne, tu es ma solution à mon doux problème.
Je suis monogame de temps en temps mais je préfère la polygamie et la polyandrie.
When I met Eric Clapton, I was a very young girl. I was 20 years old. And we were linked for a very short time, and then we became friends. And then we lost touch, which I'm really sorry about.
But I'm very careful with opinions because I never know what the truth is. When I read what the press says about me, I don't really believe what it says about other people.