WALTERS: Oh really? Why?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: Mmm. He walked into the room and something of -- his charm, [PAUSE] you know. [LAUGHS]
WALTERS: Did it worry you that you were marrying the President of France?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: No, it didn't really worry me, but it worries a lot -- most of the people. [LAUGHS]
WALTERS: When you made your state visit to England in March, just hours before there was a nude photograph of you that was suddenly published, that had been done 15 years earlier.
WALTERS: Did that upset you?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: No. What upset me is not me posing nude, which, you know, was not really so much nude, you know, but of course, it was a topless picture, I would say, artistic topless. What upset me is that it could upset the serious people that are working around my husband, or the French people, or the British people.
WALTERS: You've said about your husband that he protects you.
BRUNI-SARKOZY: Yes, he does.
WALTERS: Nice feeling?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: Nice feeling? [LAUGHS] Brand new. [LAUGHS]
WALTERS: Your husband has three sons, you have one son. Do you want to have more children?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: I'd love to have more children.
WALTERS: So I have to ask you because people are asking -- are you pregnant now?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: No. I wish I was, but I'm not.
WALTERS: Is marriage what you expected?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: It's actually much better.
BRUNI-SARKOZY: I thought marriage was, some sort of -- something very quiet and very regular and very bourgeois. But I don't think it is at all, especially with Nicolas. It's full of adventure and full of fun.
WALTERS: OK, so will you take back those words that monogamy is boring?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: I take them back.
WALTERS: Are you afraid of making mistakes?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: Yes, I am afraid of making mistakes.
BRUNI-SARKOZY: [LAUGHS] Everyone says to me, But why do you look so shy and so quiet? I say, I'm not gonna dance! You know? [LAUGHS]
BRUNI-SARKOZY: I'm not gonna sing and dance in front of -- [LAUGHS] you know, coming down from a plane. I mean, of course, I'm afraid and shy. You know, I'm observing things and try to hold my place. I must represent France, and I want to be elegant, and I want the French people to be proud of me.
WALTERS: Do you have any regrets?
BRUNI-SARKOZY: No, I have no regrets. I made a lot of mistakes, but every time I made a mistake, I learned something from it.
BRUNI-SARKOZY: So I have no regrets. I don't feel ashamed about my life and what I've done.