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Beatrice Borromeo (Donna Beatrice dei Principi Borromeo Arese Taverna) was born on 18 August, 1985 in San Candido, Italy, is a Journalist, documentarian, special envoy for human rights. Discover Beatrice Borromeo's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

Popular As Beatrice Borromeo Arese Taverna
Occupation Journalist, documentarian, special envoy for human rights
Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 18 August, 1985
Birthday 18 August
Birthplace Innichen, South Tyrol, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Beatrice Borromeo Height, Weight & Measurements

At 38 years old, Beatrice Borromeo height is 5′ 9″ .

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Height 5′ 9″
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Who Is Beatrice Borromeo's Husband?

Her husband is Pierre Casiraghi (m. 2015)

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Husband Pierre Casiraghi (m. 2015)
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Children Stefano Ercole Carlo Casiraghi, Francesco Carlo Albert Casiraghi

Beatrice Borromeo Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Beatrice Borromeo worth at the age of 38 years old? Beatrice Borromeo’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. She is from Italy. We have estimated Beatrice Borromeo's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Pierre and Beatrice's first son, Stefano Ercole Carlo Casiraghi, was born on 28 February 2017. Their second son, Francesco Carlo Albert, was born on 21 May 2018.


Since 2008, Borromeo became increasingly known in the tabloid press as the girlfriend of Pierre Casiraghi, the younger son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover. The couple married in a civil ceremony on Saturday, 25 July 2015 in the gardens of the Prince's Palace of Monaco. The religious ceremony took place on 1 August 2015 on Isola Bella, one of the Borromean Islands on Lake Maggiore, Italy.

In November 2015 she was sanctioned Special Envoy for Human Rights for F4D.


Borromeo directed Mamma Mafia, a documentary about mafia women: its preview was released by the Newsweek Daily Beast Company on 31 January 2013. That was her sole film in the English language. She has directed several documentaries in the Italian language, ranging from topics as the women of 'Ndrangheta, selfie surgery, and the children of Caivano.


She also wrote the preface for Birgit Hamer's Delitto senza castigo: La Vera Storia di Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia. (Aliberti, 2011). Birgit Hamer is a very old family friend; her mother is dear friends with Borromeo's mother, and Borromeo has admitted to having grown up hearing about the murder of Dirk Hamer from his sisters, including Birgit. Borromeo broke the story of the video confession of Vittorio Emanuele, who subsequently sued the newspaper for defamation. In 2015 a court ruled in favour of the newspaper. Borromeo then posted on Twitter: "Vincere una causa e' sempre piacevole, ma contro Vittorio Emanuele di Savoia la goduria è doppia!" ("Winning a case is always nice, but against Victor Emmanuel of Savoy the pleasure is double"), which resulted in spat on social media with his son Emanuele Filiberto.


Beatrice was a contributor to Newsweek and the Daily Beast in 2013. Prior to that, and from the newspaper's beginning in 2009, she worked as a full-time reporter for Il Fatto Quotidiano. She continued in that position through the year 2016. 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. For the same newspaper, she interviewed Marcello Dell'Utri, Italian Senator and co-founder of Forza Italia. In the interview, Dell'Utri admitted to have entered politics to get immunity in order to escape his arrest. Her first article for Il Fatto Quotidiano, published on 14 September 2009, was about Vito De Filippo, then-president of the Italian region of Basilicata, allocating European funds for the Miss Italia contest.

Borromeo collaborated with Marco Travaglio and Vauro Senesi on the book Italia Annozero (Chiarelettere, 2009).


She considered herself in 2005 "atheist and leftist".


She finished secondary education, in 2004, at Milan's Liceo Classico Giovanni Berchet. Borromeo received a bachelor of laws from Bocconi University, Milan in 2010, under supervision of prof. Lorenzo Cuocolo. She began to work toward a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University Journalism School in the fall semester of 2011, at last receiving the degree in May 2012.


Beatrice dei Principi Borromeo Arese Taverna (born 18 August 1985 in San Candido) is an Italian radio and television journalist.


Borromeo is the daughter of Don Carlo Ferdinando Borromeo, Count of Arona (born in 1935), the son of Vitaliano Borromeo, 2nd Prince of Angera, and his long-time companion, Countess Donna Paola Marzotto (born in 1955). Through her father she is related to Carlo Borromeo (1538–1584), who became a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Milan, and a canonized saint. The family currently owns most of the Borromean Islands in the Lago Maggiore, Milan city, and many other estates in the Lombardy and Piedmont countrysides.