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Giannini sextuplets was born on 11 January, 1980 in Florence, Italy. Discover Giannini sextuplets'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 40 years old?
|Age||40 years old|
|Born||11 January 1980|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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As of 2004, four of the six sextuplets were studying at university: Linda and Letizia were studying literature, Fabrizio was studying hydroelectricity, and Giorgio was studying economics. Roberto and Francesco were working at a textile company, one as a loom operator and the other as a clerk.
Now living private lives, none of the sextuplets have any interest in contributing to interviews for television. In regard to their ambitions, Rosanna Giannini said, "They are following other dreams, but if they wish to do [television] I'm not going to forbid it. I'll only tell them to stay with their feet always on the ground." Follow-up stories about the family have been published by the newspaper Corriere della Sera in 2000 in time for their 20th birthday celebration, and in 2004 by the magazine TV Sorrisi e Canzoni.
In 1986, Rosanna Giannini signed an exclusive contract with a laundry detergent company in Italy, putting her and her children on television in advertisements for the brand. Of raising the children, Rosanna Giannini said, "There was always someone around; friends and relatives would come in to give us a hand." As far as assistance or charity were concerned, the Tuscan regional government helped the family with a stipend, but apart from that and the revenue received for a few years from the laundry detergent advertisements, the family supported themselves. The task was not easy; Rosanna Giannini estimated that she washed five loads of laundry every day, and that train travel for the entire family cost 250,000 lira a month (€195 in 2009).
The Giannini sextuplets (born 11 January 1980) are a set of sextuplets born to Rosanna Caviglia Giannini and Franco Giannini at the Villa Medici at Careggi Hospital near Florence, Italy. They were the second set of sextuplets in the world to survive past infancy, and the first surviving sextuplets to be born in Europe.
The six babies were born at dawn on 11 January 1980. Once the news broke about the birth, it brought them instant fame in their native Italy, where they were compared to the Bradford family from the popular American dramedy Eight is Enough, as well as internationally, with many news agencies competing for interviews. In the Italian newspapers, stories on the new brood pushed gossip about Princess Caroline off the front pages, and they were invited to Tokyo to take part in a Japanese television special. Their story was also covered in the 1984 book Vivere con sei gemelli (Living with sextuplets), as told to journalist Achille Mezzadri, famous for his work for Gente magazine.
Rosanna Caviglia was born and raised in the Casentino Valley and made a living as an elementary school teacher in the provincial town of Arezzo. She married Franco Giannini in 1976.