Elisabeth Borne has just moved to Matignon. She is, in the history of the Fifth Republic, the second woman to be appointed to such a position, 30 years after the resignation of Edith Cresson. Since then, this discreet former minister (she has, to her credit, several moroccos such as Labour, Ecological and Solidarity Transition or Transport) has interested the crowds more and her private life is scrutinized. Some are interested, in fact, in his declaration of assets (completed during the previous term of office)… or in his married life.

Do we know who Elisabeth Borne decided to share her life with? She was married for a long time to Olivier Allix, an academic and engineer by profession, whom she married on June 30, 1989 and with whom she had a son, named Nathan, informs Current Woman. Her then husband was two years her junior. That being said, this relationship was not destined to last longer, as evidenced by their divorce, the exact date of which is not communicated. In 2015, she explained to Liberation, having a teacher-researcher spouse was good: it was “a favorable situation” for their family life, while it was awash in files in ministerial offices.

At the same time, explains the tabloid Pure-People on its site, the future Prime Minister was still one of the most discreet figures in the executive. Particularly in matters of sentimental life, which she kept at a healthy distance from the media. However, she said she saw someone.