Report: Sarkozy wife Bruni gives birth to baby girl

By REUTERS
October 19, 2011 22:48

 
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PARIS - French first lady Carla Bruni gave birth to a baby girl on Wednesday, French media reported, her first child with husband President Nicolas Sarkozy and the first baby born to a French presidential couple in office.

Europe 1 radio and BFM television said Bruni gave birth at around 8 pm (1800 GMT) after being admitted earlier in the day to the La Muette maternity clinic in central Paris.

Neither the president's office nor La Muette would immediately confirm the reports.

Sarkozy was on his way back to Paris after a brief trip to Frankfurt for talks with his German counterpart Angela Merkel and EU officials on Franco-German efforts to put together a plan to stem the euro zone debt crisis.

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