In 1958, while living in Paris, Varda met her future spouse, Jacques Demy, additionally a French executive. They moved in together in 1959. She was hitched to Demy from 1962 until his demise in 1990. Varda had two youngsters: a little girl, Rosalie Varda (brought into the world 1958), from a past association with performing artist Antoine Bourseiller (who featured in her initial film Cléo from 5 to 7), and a child, Mathieu Demy (brought into the world 1972), with Demy. Demy lawfully embraced Rosalie Varda. Varda took a shot at the Oscar-assigned narrative Faces Places with her daughter.
In 1971, Varda was one of the 343 ladies who marked the Manifesto of the 343 conceding they had a premature birth regardless of it being illicit in France at the time and requesting premature births to be made legal.
Varda was the cousin of the painter Jean Varda. In 1967, while living in California, Varda met her dad’s cousin out of the blue. He is the subject of her short narrative Uncle Yanco, named after Jean Varda who alluded to himself as Yanco and was lovingly called “uncle” by Varda because of the distinction in age between them.
Varda passed on from disease on 29 March 2019 in Paris, at the time of 90. She was covered at Montparnasse Cemetery on 2 April. Among the individuals who went to her burial service were Catherine Deneuve, Julie Gayet, Sandrine Kiberlain, Jacques Toubon, and Macha Meril.