Sarkozy may not be ready to propose just yet, but Olsen is excited at the prospect of spending the rest of her life with the divorced father of two. News that she looked holiday gifts, Olsen also spent time in the ring section.
In mid-November, she was seeing shopping at a Neil Lane boutique in L.
"A romantic wedding in Paris is ever girl's dream, but there is no reason why Olivier should play ball just yet," the source says.
Almost immediately after entering office, Sarkozy began to negotiate with Colombian President Álvaro Uribe and the guerilla group Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, in an attempt to secure the release of hostages, particularly Ingrid Betancourt, a dual French/Colombian citizen.
France opposed a military effort and preferred diplomatic negotiations, but in 2008, Colombian forces, with American guidance, successfully rescued 15 hostages without informing France.
In July of 2007, Sarkozy announced that France, along with other European countries, had obtained the release of the six Bulgarian nurses who had been held in Libya for more than eight years.
In order to secure their extradition, he signed security, health-care and immigration pacts with Muammar Gaddafi.
He held this position briefly; when Sarkozy became leader of the Union for a Popular Movement later that year, he resigned his post, in accordance with an agreement with Chirac.