Beatrice Casiraghi
Spouse Pierre Casiraghi (m. 2015)
Stefano Casiraghi
Full name
Beatrice Borromeo-Casiraghi
House House of Borromeo
Father Carlo Borromeo, Count of Arona
Mother Countess Donna Marzotto
Born 18 August 1985 (age 31)
Innichen, Bozen, Italy

Beatrice Borromeo was born in Innichen on 18 August 1985. She is a member of the ancient aristocratic House of Borromeo, and she is well known in the Italian news media as an outspoken television personality. She is the wife of Pierre Casiraghi, the younger son of Princess Caroline of Monaco.


She is the daughter of Count Carlo Ferdinando Borromeo (born in 1935) and Paola Marzotto, and the maternal granddaughter of Marta Marzotto, ex-wife of Count Umberto Marzotto. Her uncle, Count Matteo Marzotto, is the former president and director of the Valentino fashion house.


She graduated in Law and Economics from Bocconi University in 2010. She is currently studying a graduate course in Journalism and Politics at Columbia University that she says "will last a few months". She is expected to graduate from the Master of Arts in May, 2012.


Since the newspaper's beginning in 2009, she has worked as a full-time reporter for Il Fatto Quotidiano. She has appeared on many television shows in Italy, beginning with Anno Zero on Rai 2 where she worked for two years, from 2006 to 2008. Every week she interviewed an average three guests on political development and social evils. In 2009, she even hosted a weekly show on the Radio 105 Network. She interviewed Roberto Saviano, the famous author of Gomorrah, for Above magazine's June 2009 issue. She also interviewed American author of LA Confidential James Ellroy and former candidate for Colombia's presidency Ingrid Betancourt both for Il Fatto Quotidiano.

Borromeo collaborated with Marco Travaglio and Vauro Senei on the book Italia Annozero (Chiarelettere, 2008) and she wrote the preface for Birgit Hamer's Delitto senza castigo: La Vera Storia di Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia. (Aliberti, 2011).


  • Vauro Senesi, Travaglio Marco, Borromeo Beatrice, Italia Anno Zero, Chiarelettere, 2009, ISBN 978-88-6190-051-6.
  • The Preface for Birgit Hamer, Delitto senza castigo: La Vera Storia di Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia. (Aliberti, 2011).

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