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Bruni ‘kept Queen waiting while she had sex with Sarkozy’

French first lady Carla Bruni had kept a head of the state waiting while she was engaged in a romp with her husband.

Written by Agencies | London |
May 9, 2010 1:35:32 pm

French First Lady Carla Bruni reportedly kept the British Queen waiting,during an official trip to the UK shortly after her marriage two years ago,while she had sex with hubby President Nicolas Sarkozy.

According to a new book,titled ‘The Promise’,42-year-old Bruni told US First Lady Michelle Obama that she was making love with her husband while a “senior Head of State” cooled her heels,’The Sun’ reported.

Although the former Italian supermodel didn’t identify the “senior Head of State”,speculation has mounted in France that it was the 84-year-old English Monarch,the British tabloid said.

The Sarkozys spent a night at Windsor Castle during an official trip shortly after their marriage two years ago.

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In fact,Bruni,whose past lovers include Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton,shared her sexlife secrets with the US President Barack Obama’s wife at a meeting in America,the book says.

But it was only Bruni who admitted that her love life with 55-year-old President Sarkozy had held up their official programme.

“Bruni wanted to know if,like the Sarkozys,Michelle and President had ever kept anyone waiting that way. Michelle laughed nervously and said no,” wrote author Jonanthan Alter,an influential American journalist in the book about Obama’s presidency.

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