Jouvenel's first wife was Sarah Boas, the daughter of a Jewish industrialist. They had a son, Bertrand de Jouvenel.

Life. Colette de Jouvenel, also known as Bel-Gazou, July 1913 - 1981, was the daughter of French writer Colette and her second husband, Henri de Jouvenel.She was the half-sister of fr:Renaud de Jouvenel and Bertrand de Jouvenel.. Born at Castel-Novel in Corrèze, she spent her childhood in the care of her English nanny, Miss Draper, only rarely seeing her famous mother. Colette de Jouvenel, also known as Bel-Gazou, July 1913 - 1981, was the daughter of French writer Colette and her second husband, Henri de Jouvenel.She was the half-sister of Renaud de Jouvenel and Bertrand de Jouvenel. That same year he married the novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. Bertrand was the heir of an old family from the French nobility, coming from the Champagne region.He was the son of Henri de Jouvenel and Sarah Boas, the daughter of a Jewish industrialist.Henri divorced Sarah in 1912 to become the second husband of French writer Colette.In 1920, when he was a mere 16, Bertrand began an affair with his stepmother, who was then in her late 40s.

Henri divorced Sarah in 1912.

Person. Select any poster below to play the movie, totally free! The couple had one daughter, Colette de Jouvenel, known to the family as Bel-Gazou ("beautiful babbling/chirping" in local dialect). Born at Castel-Novel in Corrèze, she spent her childhood in the care of her English nanny, Miss Draper, only rarely seeing her famous mother. Who is Colette de Jouvenel? Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film … Free Movies and TV Shows You Can Watch Now. Colette de Jouvenel, Assistant Director: La vagabonde. On IMDb TV, you can catch Hollywood hits and popular TV series at no cost.