It was a passable year, 2009, but I'm not sorry to see it go. I had ambitions for it, but it disappointed me. A year can only be what it turns out to be, and this one won't be going into anybody's baby books, except, maybe, for people who had a baby.
Is anyone else besides Michelle Obama leaving the house these days? Because for the last week, you would have thought that Anne Hathaway, Gwyneth Paltrow and Halle Berry had gone into the Witness Protection Program.
The mom approves. Marisa Bruni-Tedeschi is speaking out about her daughter Carla Bruni's wedding to French President Nicolas Sarkozy over the weekend. She tells Italian national newsbroadcaster TG1: "It was a very moving ceremony, during which our thoughts went out to Carla's father and brother who are no longer with us."
Affairs of state took a backseat to those of the heart in Paris Tuesday, as French President Nicolas Sarkozy used a nationally broadcast press conference to speak for the first time about his six-week-old relationship with ex-supermodel Carla Bruni.
(Paris) -- Recently divorced President Nicolas Sarkozy will marry his former supermodel girlfriend next month, a French newspaper reported Sunday. The weekly Le Journal Du Dimanche, citing unidentified sources, said Sarkozy gave Carla Bruni a heart-shaped diamond engagement ring in December and that the pair would wed on Feb. 8 or 9. The presidential palace declined to comment on the report.
Mother knows best: "My daughter is living a true love story," Carla Bruni's mother, Marisa Borini, tells France's Le Parisien for its front page Sunday, about the ex-supermodel's relationship with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.