Vincent Lindon: who is his new companion Cécile Duffau?

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The heart of Vincent Lindon is no longer to be taken. After having shared the life of several stars such as Claude Chirac, Caroline of Monaco or even Sandrine Kiberlain, the actor formalized his new relationship on Sunday May 22, during the Cannes Film Festival. Aged 62, he is now a fulfilled man.

During the Women In Motion Awards evening, the president of the jury of the 75th ceremony appeared on the arm of his new spouse Cécile Duffau. Accomplice in front of the photographers, the couple lent themselves to the game of the photocall before being joined by the French businessman François-Henri Pinault. A first official release for the actor and his sublime companion in his intense black suit, who does not practice in the middle of the seventh art.

According to her public LinkedIn page, Cécile Duffau is from Bordeaux where she is the president of Un rien, c’est tout. A non-profit association “which makes donation accessible to everyone with a simple click” allowing any individual to show solidarity by shopping online or in stores. A former wealth manager working for a private bank, it was before 2014 that she had the idea of ​​her professional retraining.

“I was filling out a client’s ISF”, she confided in a portrait drawn up by Ouest-France in May 2021. And, to relate a statement from the latter. “I am homeless: Without financial difficulties”. Then, she adds to our colleagues. “At that moment, I knew that I could no longer help people who have money to have even more. I had to become useful, that I devote myself to those who lack it”.

It is through the microdonation that Cécile Duffau attracts the attention of several celebrities such as journalist Marie Drucker, footballer Antoine Griezmann… And Vincent Lindon. “I decided to commit myself fully to the association Un Rien C’est Tout. A little nothing is not nothing, and several little nothings, it becomes a lot, so against isolation, illness , exclusion, injustice, let’s all reach out together, that’s all,” said the sponsor, relayed on the website.

It was also Suzanne Lindon’s father who encouraged Alexandre Bompard, Chairman and CEO of Carrefour and former boss of Fnac, to get involved with Cécile Duffau’s association. A couple of philanthropists who are now swimming in happiness, displaying their love on the red carpet.