Catherine Deneuve is one of the movie’s headliners Midwife Broadcast this Sunday night on France 2. The actress plays Béatrice Sobolevski, an inveterate card player alongside Catherine Frot (Claire Breton), Olivier Gourmet (Paul), Quentin Dolmaire (Simon) or even Mylène Demongeot (Rolande).
On the private side, Catherine Deneuve -who will celebrate her 79th birthday on October 22nd- has been the wife of many men. Among them, the director Roger Vadim with whom he had a son, Christian Vadim in 1963, the London photographer David Bailey, the Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni with whom he had a daughter, Chiara Mastroianni in 1972, the businessman Bertrand de Labbey and the journalist and former president of the Cannes Film Festival Pierre Lescure.
The latter has been married since 1996 to Frédérique Fayles-Bernstein, who was Coluche’s last partner before her death on June 19, 1986. The latter had even introduced her partner to her mother. For Frédérique Fayles-Bernstein, nicknamed “Little Fred”, the death of her husband at the time came as a great shock. Fortunately, she found love with Pierre Lescure with whom she adopted a daughter, Nina, in Vietnam in 1999.
Guest of Jordan De Luxe in May 2020, the latter had mentioned the adoption of his daughter: “I was not very young and we wanted to have a child quickly so that we could enjoy it as long as possible with her. So she suggested that we apply now for the adoption, which we were able to do. At that time, there were still not all the paperwork”had declared before adding: “My wife went to look for the child one day in January 1999. She stayed there for four months so that all the paperwork went smoothly with the Vietnamese authorities.”
Is Pierre Lescure still on good terms with his ex Catherine Deneuve? Invited by Michel Denisot at Europe 1 on July 3, 2021, the journalist and television columnist fondly recalled the years he spent with the actress. “The happiness I had, beyond being close to and living with this extraordinary actress, because has one of the most extraordinary filmographies in the history of French cinemais that Rarely have I seen someone so rooted in life.“, he said.