It has been claimed that Carla Bruni was involved with Louis Bertignac, Mick Jagger Eric Clapton, Donald Trump, Léos Carax, Charles Berling, Arno Klarsfeld, Vincent Perez and former French Prime Minister Laurent Fabius.
She has said she is easily "bored with monogamy", and "Love lasts a long time, but burning desire - two to three weeks".
In 1997, Bruni quit the world of fashion, to devote herself to music. She sent her lyrics to Julien Clerc in 1999, based on which he composed seven tracks on his 2000 album Si j'étais elle. She is a huge success, and one of the top music stars in France.
In 2002, her debut album Quelqu'un m'a dit, produced by ex-lover Louis Bertignac, was released in Europe with major success in Francophone countries. Three songs from the album appear in Hans Canosa's 2005 American film Conversations with Other Women. The song "Le plus beau du quartier" was used in H&M's Christmas 2006 commercial.
In 2005, she was a guest in Louis Bertignac's return album on the song Les frôleuses which they sang together as a duet.
In 2006, Bruni recorded "Those Little Things" an English-language translation of the Serge Gainsbourg song "Ces Petits Riens", for the tribute album Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisited. She participated in the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics, in a parade section paying tribute to the Italian flag.
Her second album, No Promises containing poems by Yeats, Emily Dickinson, Auden, Dorothy Parker, Walter de la Mare, and Christina Rosetti, set to music, was released in January 2007.
Spring 2010 movie - Dareka ga Watashi ni Kisu wo Shita aka Somebody Kissed Me, based on the novel, Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac, by Gabrielle Zevin. Directed by Hans Canosa.
Horikita Maki (堀北真希)
Matsuyama Kenichi (松山ケンイチ)
Tegoshi Yuya (手越祐也)
Anton Yelchin (アントンイェチイン)