Born in Paris, she began her career at the VSD of Maurice Siégel and Jean Gorini as a reporter, then a correspondent in the United States (1979-1981). She then joined France Soir, before joining the Sunday Times as a correspondent in Paris in 1983. She was head of the Paris office of the Sunday Telegraph (London) from 1986 to 1989. After a stint at ELLE ( French and British editions), she entered The European , becoming the head of the Paris office of the newspaper until 1998.
She joined The Daily Telegraph in 2007 as a columnist.
She wrote that Charles Enderlin's coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, particularly the killing of Muhammad al-Durrah was respected by other journalists but was regularly criticized by pro-Israel groups.
Contributions to other print media include:
She has made television appearance for multiple channels, including:
In January 2018, she is a signatory of a column published in Le Monde entitled “We defend a freedom to annoy, essential to sexual freedom” of a group of 100 women including actress Catherine Deneuve.