Sure, vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin is the woman all the media is following this week in NYC, but Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is a close second. The supermodel-turned-First Lady of France has full schedule this week as her husband President Nicolas Sarkozy attends the United Nations General Assembly.

The Post breathlessly reported that the couple went jogging yesterday in Midtown, "Bruni turned heads in a skintight sports top that bared her washboard belly as the seemingly winded president struggled to keep up in an oversized soccer jersey that covered a pair of way-too-short shorts." She also attended a luncheon for literacy at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and met with Queen Rania of Jordan and Rupert Murdoch's wife Wendi about ending maternal mortality. In the evening, the couple went to Cipriani, where Sarkozy was given an Eli Wiesel Foundation Humanitarian Award.

Last month, Vanity Fair profiled Bruni-Sarkozy, who is also promoting a new album.