This weekend started the Carnival of Nice. A festival that attracts many viewers and some personalities. In the stands in particular, Adriana Karembeu was present with her husband and their daughter Nina.
Nice under high festivity in February. On Friday February 11, 2022, after a two-year hiatus, the spectacular Carnival of Nice made its comeback. And for the occasion, many spectators attended throughout the weekend, especially since the weather was also good. It was the mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi and his wife Laura Tenoudji who launched this 137and edition which brought together no less than 5,000 people, all of whom had a vaccination pass.
But it was one silhouette in particular that caught the eye on the third day of Carnival, Sunday February 13. That of Adriana Karembeu accompanied by her husband Aram Ohanian and their daughter Nina (3 years old). Between the traditional battle of flowers, or the floats decorated in honor of the king of animals, the small tribe was able to enjoy the show. The 50-year-old model has also immortalized with her phone a few moments of the festival before taking full advantage of the event with her loved ones.
“My priority today is my daughter”
Since 2014, Adriana Karembeu has been married to businessman Aram Ohanian. If today the couple swims in full happiness, he has long struggled to achieve his family dreams. Before having Nina, Adriana Karembeu had a miscarriage after seven weeks of pregnancy in 2016. Subsequently, they were finally able to welcome their baby girl in August 2018. “But it’s true that with the arrival of Nina, my little marvel, I don’t see what could please me more than being with her. My priority today is my daughter,” she confided in an interview with “West France” in 2020.
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As a reminder, the Carnival of Nice is one of the most popular in the world with those of Venice and Rio de Janeiro. It alone welcomes hundreds of thousands of curious people every year. The festivities will continue until February 27. The parades and other flower battles will continue to punctuate the streets of Nice for a few more weeks.
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