Vianney confirms being married to Catherine Robert

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After years of rumors, Vianney has just admitted in an interview for “Point de Vue” that he “married” his partner.

Vianney is a very discreet artist about his private life, even more so about his family life. If the singer indulges in some confessions about his loved ones in his songs, he does not like to share intimate information in the press.

But the artist has just made an exception to the rule by revealing what all his fans were waiting for. He, in fact, mentioned his partner Catherine Robert in the columns of “Point de Vue”, this Wednesday, December 6. While rumors have been circulating about their possible marriage since 2020, their union is now confirmed. Little Edgar’s parents said yes.

When talking about his love for music, Vianney, in fact, revealed his passion for classical music and added “especially since I married a cellist.“. There is therefore no longer any doubt, the singer is married to Catherine.

Vianney makes his son listen to classics

In this interview for “Point de Vue”, Vianney shared other personal confessions, notably about his two-year-old son, Edgar. And it seems that music is omnipresent in the little boy’s education.

I try to pass on this musical culture to my son. Right now, every morning, I sing to him New York with you by Telephone… But he seems to prefer the nursery rhyme Ah! Crocodiles.“, he reveals to the magazine.

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