Caroline Brossard is a London-based British artist who got married to Harish Salve, one of the highest-paid lawyers in India, in October 2020.
Caroline Brossard was born in 1964 (age 56 years; as of 2020) in London. While growing up in London, she attended the University of the Arts London where she pursued a Master of Arts (2013-1015). LinkedIn
She belongs to a London-based Christian family of French-Spanish descent. The Economic Times
Parents & Siblings
There is not much information about her parents and siblings.
Relationships, Husband & Children
Caroline Brossard is married to an Indian lawyer and former Solicitor General of India, Harish Salve.
They got married to each other on 28 October 2020 at a church wedding in London.
The wedding was a very small affair as London gatherings allowed only 15 people due to the COVID-19.
Before getting married, they had been seeing each other for close to a year. Caroline has an 18-year-old daughter from her first marriage. Salve also has two daughters, Saaniya Salve and Sakshi Salve, from his first wife, Meenakshi Salve. Salve divorced Meenakshi in June 2020.
- Caroline Brossard is an established painter who has showcased her paintings at various exhibitions of international importance including lockers’ – pop-up residency and exhibition at Chelsea College of Arts, London in 2015.
- Her husband, Harish Salve, is a senior advocate at the Supreme Court of India, and he has handled many high-profile cases including Kulbhushan Jadav, Vodafone, Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani, and ITC hotels. In January 2020, Salve became Queen’s Counsel (QC) in England and Wales.
- In an interview, Harish Salve revealed that he was a baptized Christian, and he met Caroline at an event in London, he said,
She is an artist I met at an art event. I had been having a rough year and she became a support.”
- Caroline Brossard and Harish Salve both share a passion for theatre, classical music, and fine art. In an interview, while talking about their similar interests, Salve said,
We share values, and a passion for theatre and classical music, and now art.”
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