Has Charlotte Gainsbourg definitively left New York? These photos that speak volumes

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Has Charlotte Gainsbourg definitively left New York? These photos that speak volumes


In an Instagram story published Friday, June 5, singer and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg posted photos suggesting that she was leaving New York City. No Stop People tells you more.



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Has Charlotte Gainsbourg definitively left New York? These photos that speak volumes


Lately, it has not been good to live in the United States. The air is unbreathable there. The coronavirus crisis hit America hard, killing nearly 110,708 people and almost 2 million people infected. Some states have taken the threat very seriously and have confined their inhabitants. This is the case for New York City. Then on Monday 25th hand, a news item put the USA on fire and blood. George Floyd, 46-year-old African American was killed by a police officer during his arrest. Since then, numerous demonstrations in memory of the deceased and against racism have taken place every day in many cities across the country. New York is obviously one of them.


“Farewell New York”

Was it these two joint events that pushed Charlotte Gainsbourg to fly and leave the city? We do not know it. The actress and singer, as usual on Instagram, remains evasive and dreamy. His always very poetic photos give way to multiple interpretations. But in his story published Friday, June 5, we see views of New York, demonstrators and also a message “Farewell New York”. The last two photos: a view of Mahattan taken from the back of a taxi and a photo taken from the window of an airplane.

It is certain and certain that the actress has left town. For a definitive return to France? Who knows … At 48, the actress had been living in the Big Apple since 2014 and the death of her sister. Yvan Attal’s partner gave an interview in the magazine Madame Figaro published this Friday in which she said: “I had a great attachment to this city because it has been six years since I live there, but to see it in this state. It is so sad all these closed places, all these unemployed people … […] This is also where I realize that part of the United States, a country that I nevertheless love, is in a different culture. When there is a serious problem, as it is, you realize that you want to go home, “she said.