Brigitte Macron got the bad news the day before the international weekend in honor of November 11th.
On Friday, his brother died. Jean-Claude Trogneux, former president of the Trogneux chocolate factory, died at the age of 85 in Amiens. He has been away for 20 years with his youngest daughter who is not very close.
The first lady of France had his habit of being a president's wife in Le Touquet. He owned a cottage not far from Trogneux's house, which was previously acquired by Jean-Claude and Brigitte's father, Jean Trogneux. His funeral will be held in Amiens on Tuesday.
The announcement of the disappearance of Brigitte Macron's family member was made on Friday by Elysee to explain its absence in Somme, where she had to stand with her husband. Welcome to the British Prime Minister Theresa May for setting up a wreath at Franco-British cemetery in Thiepval.
However, Bridget Macron will have lunch with a Trump couple on Elysee this Saturday.