Beatrice Borromeo’s biography, height, and net worth
Borromeo, Donna Beatrice Italian fashion model and writer Arese Taverna. She was a member of the illustrious and noble Borromeo family. She aired a weekly program on the Radio 105 Network while working as a broadcast journalist for Anno Zero on Rai 2. She has walked the runway for many of the most prestigious fashion labels in the world.
Biography of Beatrice Borromeo
The 18th of August 1985 saw the birth of Beatrice Borromeo Arese Taverna in Innichen, South Tyrol, Italy. Her parents are Countess Donna Paola Marzotto and Don Carlo Ferdinando Borromeo, Count of Arona. The Vitaliano Borromeo was her paternal grandfather. She is connected to Carlo Borromeo (1538–1584), a canonized saint, archbishop of Milan, and cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. Marta Marzotto, a former spouse of the Count Umberto Marzotto, was her maternal grandmother. When Valentino belonged to the Marzotto Group, Borromeo’s uncle, Count Matteo Marzotto, served as the company’s president and director.
Carlo Ludovico Borromeo, the elder brother of Borromeo, is wed to fashion designer Marta Ferri. Also, she has three older half-siblings from her father’s first union with fashion model Marion Sybil Zota. She has three sisters: Matilde, who is married to a German prince, and Isabella, who is married to Count Ugo Brachetti Peretti, an oil executive from Italy. Lavinia is also married to John Elkann, the chairman of Ferrari and CEO of Exor. The majority of the Borromean Isles in the Lago Maggiore, Milan, and countless other estates in the Lombardy and Piedmont countryside are currently owned by the Borromeos.
Borromeo completed his secondary education at Milan’s Liceo Classico Giovanni Berchet in 2004. She then enrolled at Bocconi University in Milan, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law in 2010. She graduated from Columbia University’s Journalism School in 2012 with a master’s degree in journalism.
Career of Beatrice Borromeo
Between 2006 and 2008, Borromeo collaborated with Anno Zero on Rai 2, a talk show where she conducted interviews with at least three guests each week and posed questions about social ills and political developments. In 2009, she began working full-time as a correspondent for the Italian weekly Il Fatto Quotidiano. She had a regular program on Network Radio 105 that same year. She spoke with
Ingrid Betancourt, a former Colombian presidential candidate, Roberto Saviano, James Ellroy, author of LA Confidential and Gomorrah, and Marcello Dell’Utri, an Italian senator and co-founder of Forza Italia are just a few well-known individuals. The first piece Borromeo wrote for Il Fatto Quotidiano, which was released on September 14, 2009, discussed how Vito De Filippo, a former leader of the Italian region of Basilicata, allocated European funding for the Miss Italia competition. She penned an essay about the Italian prosecutor Nicola Gratteri for The Daily Beast in June 2012.
The women of ‘Ndrangheta, selfie surgery, and the children of Caivano are just a few of the documentaries that Borromeo directed. Mamma Mafia, a documentary on mafia women with the working title of her debut English-language film, was previewed by the Newsweek Daily Beast.
The book Italia Annozero was published in 2009 by Borromeo together with co-authors Marco Travaglio and Vauro Senesi. One of her oldest friends, Birgit Hamer, published a book titled Delitto senza castigo: La Vera Storia di Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia, for which she penned the foreword.
In 2000, Borromeo began his modeling career. Her modeling career was managed and started by Piero Piazzi, a friend of her mother’s who worked at the Tomei modeling agency. She has performed on the runway for prestigious fashion houses like Chanel, Valentino, and Trussardi. She served as Blumarine’s public face. In March 2021, Borromeo was appointed Dior’s ambassador.
Husband of Beatrice Borromeo
Borromeo began dating Caroline, Princess of Hanover’s second son, Pierre Casiraghi, in 2008. She wed Casiraghi in a civil wedding on July 25 in the grounds of Monaco’s Prince’s Palace. On August 1, 2015, they were married in a religious ceremony on the Borromean island of Isola Bella in Lake Maggiore, Italy. Stefano Ercole Carlo, their first son, was born on February 28, 2017, and Francesco Carlo Albert, their second son, was born on May 21, 2018.
Worth of Beatrice Borromeo
Beatrice Borromeo will be valued $300 million in 2023