Aurélia Devos, his break with Jean-Michel Blanquer

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Alert for several months, Jean-Michel Blanquer has faced a complicated situation on the side of his privacy. On Wednesday 24 June, the weekly Le Point announced a very sad news about this 55-year-old politician. >>>

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Jean-Michel Blanquer is said to have separated himself from his partner Aurélia Devos. officialized its breakdown,” said the magazine in an article devoted to divorces related to consignment. Jean-Michel Blanquer and Aurélia Devos, fourteen years old her youngest, were married in 2018. The couple had said “yes” in the commune of Fournes-en-Weppes, near the Belgian border, in the presence of François Baroin and Michèle Laroque.

The Minister had been Professor of the Deputy Prosecutor and Head of Section at the Paris High Court at Sciences Po Lille. Aurélia Devos graduated from the Institute of Political Studies in 1999. Last March, the quinquagenaire confided about his daily life in the columns of the Point: “I now spend most of my time in the ministry. My only trips are to Elysée or Matignon”. A distance that could have hurt her family life.

companion Aurélia Devos. “The minister has formalized his “the magazine said in an article on divorces related to congesting. Jean-Michel Blanquer and Aurélia Devos, fourteen years old her youngest, were married in 2018. The couple had said “yes” in the commune of Fournes-en-Weppes, near the Belgian border, in the presence of François Baroin and Michèle Laroque.

The Minister had been Professor of the Deputy Prosecutor and Head of Section at the Paris High Court at Sciences Po Lille. Aurélia Devos graduated from the Institute of Political Studies in 1999. Last March, the quinquagenaire confided about his daily life in the columns of the Point: “I now spend most of my time in the ministry. My only trips are to Elysée or Matignon”. A distance that could have hurt savie

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