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France’s former first lady, Carla Bruni, looks casual during her visit to Warsaw

Former First Lady Carla Bruni of France cut a casual figure in a black puffer jacket and sweater as she stepped outside today in Warsaw, Poland.

The model, 53, nailed her understated look by wearing a sweater that reads Charmante Française, which means “Charming French Woman” in English, and paired it with navy blue sweatpants.

Her outing comes after her husband, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, was sentenced to a year of house arrest after being found guilty of illegal campaign finance in the 2012 election.

Carla is in Warsaw tonight to perform at the Polish National Opera in the Show French Touch 2021, billed as ‘spectacular performances by the most outstanding stars of the French and Polish cultural scene’.

France's former First Lady Carla Bruni (pictured) cut a casual figure in a black puffer jacket and sweater as she stepped outside today in Warsaw, Poland

France’s former First Lady Carla Bruni (pictured) cut a casual figure in a black puffer jacket and sweater as she stepped outside today in Warsaw, Poland

The mother of two, who was not only a singer but also a model in the 90s, looked relaxed in her sports outfit, which she paired with white sneakers.

Carla looked stylish and completed her look with an oversized handbag, while wearing a black face mask.

In the 1980s, the Italian-born beauty was a hot item in the fashion world, walking for the likes of LaCroix and Chloe before embarking on a career in music.

Always in fashion, Carla wore sheer fringe, with her hazel locks bouncing off her shoulder in luscious curls with honey blonde highlights.

Her makeup was natural, with a touch of foundation and blush to accentuate her healthy glow.

The model (pictured), 53, nailed her understated look by wearing a sweater that reads Charmante Française, which means “Charming French Woman” in English, and paired it with navy blue sweatpants

Her outing (pictured) comes after her husband, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, was sentenced to a year of house arrest after being found guilty of illegal campaign finance in the 2012 election.

Her outing (pictured) comes after her husband, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, was sentenced to a year of house arrest after being found guilty of illegal campaign finance in the 2012 election.

Her outing (pictured) comes after her husband, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, was sentenced to a year of house arrest after being found guilty of illegal campaign finance in the 2012 election.

Last month, Carla posted a smoldering photo on Instagram welcoming the former French president into their home after he was sentenced to a year of house arrest.

She shared a photo of her hugging her husband in her arms, alongside a long strip of text written by Sarkozy in French to thank his supporters.

Sarkozy was sentenced to 12 months in prison by a judge after he was found guilty of illegal campaign finance in the 2012 election.

The judge of the Paris Criminal Court said the 66-year-old, who was in office from 2007 to 2012, could serve his term from home – where he must wear an ankle bracelet.

Carla is in Warsaw tonight to perform at the Polish National Opera in the Show French Touch 2021, billed as 'spectacular performances by the most outstanding stars of the French and Polish cultural scene'.

Carla is in Warsaw tonight to perform at the Polish National Opera in the Show French Touch 2021, billed as 'spectacular performances by the most outstanding stars of the French and Polish cultural scene'.

Carla is in Warsaw tonight to perform at the Polish National Opera in the Show French Touch 2021, billed as ‘spectacular performances by the most outstanding stars of the French and Polish cultural scene’.

Prosecutors had demanded at least six months of effective jail time for Sarkozy, along with a six-month suspended sentence. His legal team has appealed, effectively suspending the sentence until their case is heard.

The most recent sentence comes six months after Sarkozy was sentenced to another one-year prison term with two years’ probation for bribing a judge.

At the time, Bruni called the verdict “pointless intimidation,” while vowing to fight on so that “the truth will see the light.”

Sarkozy’s legal team has also appealed in that case, which means that he remains a free man for the time being.

His legal troubles will continue, however, with more corruption cases pending, including allegations that he received millions of laundered money from former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Last month, Carla posted a smoldering photo on Instagram welcoming the former French president into their home after he was sentenced to a year of house arrest.

Last month, Carla posted a smoldering photo on Instagram welcoming the former French president into their home after he was sentenced to a year of house arrest.

Last month, Carla posted a smoldering photo on Instagram welcoming the former French president into their home after he was sentenced to a year of house arrest.

Nicolas Sarkozy, who served as French president from 2007 to 2012, was sentenced to a year in prison to serve at home with an ankle bracelet for campaign finance violations.

Nicolas Sarkozy, who served as French president from 2007 to 2012, was sentenced to a year in prison to serve at home with an ankle bracelet for campaign finance violations.

Nicolas Sarkozy, who served as French president from 2007 to 2012, was sentenced to a year in prison to serve at home with an ankle bracelet for campaign finance violations.

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