Line Renaud was decorated by Emmanuel Macron with the Legion of Honor

Thomas Samson / Agence France-Presse French actress Line Renaud poses during a video call as she arrives at the Diner de la Mode (Dinner Fashion), a fundraising dinner for the French Association Against AIDS Sidaction, at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines, in Paris, on January 23, 2020 (Photo by Thomas Samson/Agency french press)

Thomas Samson / Agence France-Presse

Line Renaud, here in January 2020 during a dinner on Sidaction, was decorated by Emmanuel Macron on Friday, September 2.

Tribute – Three heads are unawares in the world of entertainment. In addition to Emmanuel Macron who was received at the Elysee, François Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy were present at the Elysee on Friday, 2 September to honor Line Renault. The actress received from the head of state the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor awarded to her during the promotion on July 14.

But the political world was not the most represented in the presidential palace. Several personalities from the world of music and cinema were among the 150 guests invited for this rare moment.

As an AFP journalist reported, nearly all of Line Reno’s relatives, from Danny Boone to Muriel Robin via Michel Drucker and Pascal Obispo, were present at the Elysee village hall.

Apparently, the longevity of the actress, who is now 94 years old, was welcomed by Emmanuel Macron, with whom she became close. But his artwork, which began in the 1940s (and ran through the United States), isn’t the only one responsible for this award ceremony.

Thus, it is the commitment of the former leader of the North Review that is most welcome. Founded with Pierre Bergé of Sidaction in 1994, it has been a driving force in the fight against AIDS. And in recent years, she has committed herself to the fight for euthanasia, as evidenced by a recent column I posted on Dinar.

This fight forces us ‘, said Emmanuel Macron, according to transcripts of the ceremony made by this journalist from North sound.

See also on The HuffPost: Line Renaud urged the National Assembly to vote on a text at the end of life

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