Philippe De Gaulle - Personal Life

Personal Life

On 30 December 1947 de Gaulle married Henriette de Montalembert Cers (born 1929), a descendant of the family of the Marquis de Montalembert. The marriage was blessed by Admiral Thierry d'Argenlieu. The couple had four sons:

  • Charles de Gaulle II (Dijon, September 25, 1948), corporate lawyer, first MEP in the UDF and RPR labels, he joined the National Front in May 1999.
  • Yves de Gaulle (Rabat, Morocco, September 1, 1951), technocrat, general secretary of GDF SUEZ.
  • Jean de Gaulle (Bourg-en-Bresse, June 13, 1953), former deputy of Deux-Sèvres and Paris (1986-2007, resigned), he became the master to the Court of Auditors.
  • Pierre de Gaulle (Suresnes, June 20, 1963).

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