| Journalist, novelist|
| 1 May 1951 (age 64) (1951-05-01) Casablanca, Morocco|Laurence de Cambronne Wikipedia
Laurence de Cambronne (born 1 May 1951, Casablanca, Morocco) is a French journalist, novelist and humanitarian.
Journalist for Paris Match from 1972 to 1983, she writes an article in Le Point in 1984, after joining ELLE magazine, in 1983. She is editor in chief adjunct from 1993 to 2008, and interviews for the magazine : Lionel Jospin, Jean-Pierre Chevènement, Édith Cresson, Georgina Dufoix, Michel Rocard or Françoise Fabius. in charge of the pages Vie Privée, C’est mon histoire, Une journée avec, inspired by the last page of The Sunday Times Magazine, One day in the life of and the Elle à Paris section of the magazine. She also participated in 1996 in the launch of the French television channel Téva. In 2015, during the European migrant crisis, she joins associations, in Leros, as a volunteer, to help creating shelters for Syrian women and children, during their Immigration to Greece.Nomination for the Prix Simone Veil des Femmes de Lettres
She is a descendant of Arnouph Deshayes de Cambronne and Paul Cottin on her father's side and of Ernest Picard-Destelan and Joseph Thebaud on her mother's side. Niece of rear admiral, François Picard-Destelan, she is related to former president of the International Monetary Fund, Jacques de Larosière, admiral of the United States Navy, Leo Hewlett Thebaud and American philanthropist, Louis A. Thebaud.
Her father is Claude de Cambronne, an aircraft manufacturer, co-founder of Bordeaux-Aéronautique and her sister, Beatrice de Cambronne, a stylist married to the Franco-Russian writer André Couteaux.
Laurence de Cambronne was married to the French journalist and television producer Marc Gilbert from 1973 to 1982, to the journalist Fabien Roland-Lévy, from 1987 to 2003 and to the writer Antoine Silber since then.