After her tweet started gaining some traction on Twitter and people questioned her about the relationship of the little girl and the man, she followed up with a second tweet to clarify that she wasn't absolutely certain what the relationship between the two was.
The Pinault family, which controls French luxury conglomerate Kering, pledged an additional €100 million ($113 million).
Macron, speaking in a nationally televised address, said he wants the cathedral rebuilt within the next five years.
"We will rebuild it together". Many have been burnt due to revolutions, wars, due to mankind's mistakes. It may be an uncle, brother, friend, who knows until we find them'.
Gallet said two-thirds of Notre Dame's roofing "has been ravaged". "What we believe to be indestructible can also be touched".
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The morning after the blaze broke out, newspapers around the world paid tribute to the iconic monument, one of France's most famous buildings.
The fire, which brought down the spire and roof, was declared under control nearly nine hours after it started. Firefighters were able to avoid total destruction of the facility.
Peter Fuessenich, who oversees all construction work for the Gothic cathedral in the German city, told broadcaster RTL on Tuesday that "it will certainly take years, perhaps even decades, until the last damage caused by this bad fire will be completely repaired".
Paris prosecutor Remy Heitz said there is no evidence of arson and that investigators are working under the assumption that the inferno was an accident.
Workers surveyed the damage Tuesday to determine what could be preserved. Authorities are examining whether the fire started on the roof, where the renovations were taking place.
The destroyed roof was one of the oldest such structures in Paris, according to the cathedral's website.
The Crown of Thorns, the Tunic of Saint Louis and other valuable artifacts were saved from the fire.