Orlando Bloom on vacation with his famous French family

Orlando Bloom is currently spending holidays in France and took the opportunity to visit his cousins ​​in France. On social networks, everyone shared their happiness to meet again.

The joy of getting together with cousins. With his busy superstar schedule, it’s hard for Orlando Bloom to find time to see his loved ones. But when he finally manages to visit them, the actor makes the most of it, with joy and discretion. Currently in our country, it is with his French family to whom he is linked by his mother, Sonia Constance Josephine (née Copeland), that he is having a good time. On Instagram, her cousin Mathile Lockwood, daughter of soprano Caroline Casadesus and jazzman Didier Lockwood, posted an adorable photo in which she poses alongside him, accompanying the caption’s snapshot: “Dinner in Paris with my cousin, so much. ‘love”. A nice message to which the actor replied. “My little cousin, I adore you,” he wrote.

The young woman born in 1995, professional rider, is not the only member of the family to have posted a photo of her reunion with the star. His half-brother, Thomas Enhco, born in 1988 and also a renowned musician indicated on Instagram that he was in Ars-en-Ré, in Charente-Maritime with his “cousin and uncle”. An uncle who is none other than Sebastian Copeland, award-winning photographer and committed to the fight for the climate. In Match in 2015, he told of having gone on an expedition with Orlando Bloom, “on a research boat, in Antarctica, for three weeks in 2007”. “He’s a great athlete, like me,” he added. The actor never misses an opportunity to support him in his many projects.

If Orlando Bloom feels so comfortable with his cousins, it’s because like him, they’ve always been in the art world. Sebastian Copeland’s grandmother, and great-grandmother of Mathilde and Thomas is the great actress Gisèle Casadesus, now 103 years old. As for Sebastien Copeland’s father, he is the great conductor Jean-Claude Casadesus.

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