A native of Aix-les-Bains, Savoie, Laurance Ferrari was born on 5th of July 1966. Her birth sign is Cancer. Talking about her nationality, she is French and is of white ethnicity. Ferrari’s father Gratien Ferrari belongs to Italian ancestry from Emilia-Romagna and by profession, he is the former mayor of the city as well as the member of the French National Assembly. She grew up alongside her two younger sibling sisters.
She enrolled at the École Française des Attachés de Presse in Lyon and graduated from the Sorbonne University with a degree in Master of 'Communication Politique and Sociale'.
In 1986, Laurence Ferrari began her career as a journalist at the French Le Figaro Magazine, news agency, and AFP. She also served at the French language radio station, as a researcher at Europe 1, with special responsibility for health policy.
Later in 1994, Ferrari began her TV career with Michel Drucker in Studio Gabriel on France 2 and thereafter with Jean-Pierre Pernaut in "Combien ça coûte ?" on TF1. She also worked as a co-host for the TF1 Sunday evening magazine Sept à Huit with her Thomas Hugues.
Then she joined the Canal + to present the channel's weekly political magazine "Dimanche +" where she covered the French Presidential election of 2007. The following year, she became the new anchor of "Le 20 Heures de TF1", replacing Patrick Poivre d’Arvor.
Apart from her professional career, Ferrari also involved in humanitarian work. Since November of 2003, she has been an ambassador for SOS Children’s Villages. In March 2007, she sponsored the La Rose Marie Claire project with UNICEF to help educated young girl along with other renowned journalists’ including Melissa Theuriau, Beatrice Schonberg, Tina Keiffer, Marie Drucker, and Claire Chazal.
51, Laurence Ferrari was married to Thomas Hugues. They have two children: a daughter and a son. However, the couple separated after 14 years of marriage on friendly terms in October 2007.
After 1 years of divorce, Ferrari started dating the violinist Renaud Capucon. In July 2009, the lovebird tied their wedding knot in the 16th arrondissements of Paris. The couple welcomed their baby in November 2010. As of now, she is living a blissful life together with her husband without any news and rumors related to extramarital affairs, conflict, and divorce.
Laurence Ferrari has earned huge name, fame and wealth through her professional career as a journalist. As of 2018, Ferrari has taken the number one spot on “People With Money’s” top 10 highest-paid journalists with an estimated net worth around $46 million in combined earnings.
Ferrari owes her fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, and well-paid endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics. She also owns more than a few restaurants including the “Fat Ferrari Burger” in Paris, a Football Team “Aix-les-Bains Angels”.
Ferarri has also launched her own brand of Vodka “Pure Wonderferrari – France”, and is dealing with the juniors market with a top-selling perfume “With Love from Laurence” and a fashion line called “Laurence Ferrari Seduction”.