During an interview, Carole Goldman shared some details about the early period of her life. She spoke about her youth spent in the company of her father, Jean-Jacques Goldman.
In the interview she granted to the newspaper Libération on June 2nd, Carole eloquently recounted precious memories from her enchanted childhood.
As the eldest daughter of the singer, she expressed her impressions of her youth and revealed the type of father the artist was. She emphasized that her father was a reserved man who preferred the family environment.
Raised in an atmosphere of complete independence, Caroline spoke about her childhood spent alongside her family: “My parents and grandparents were extremely caring. It was a rather perfect setting,” she testified. “I already felt it at the time,” she emphasized.
With her two brothers and sister, the family resided in Montrouge, a town in the Hauts-de-Seine department. “I had the existence of a little city girl,” she explained. Her father, who would dedicate his most famous song “Comme toi” to her in 1982, was already practicing the art of discretion: “My parents avoided the world of show business.”
Later, in 1997, the singer separated from his first spouse, Catherine Morlett. Remarried to Franco-Vietnamese Nathalie Thu Huong-Lagier, the couple gave birth to Maïa, Kimi, and Rosie.
Currently, Carole works in the field of psychotherapy, particularly with minors. Her attraction to working with young people comes from her mother, who is a child psychologist herself. She has been married for 30 years and has four children.