Committed businessman and fulfilled father, Andrea Casiraghi celebrates this Tuesday, June 8, 2022 his 38th birthday. But where does he live today with his wife Tatiana and their three children, Sacha, India and Maximilian? Answer.
Andrea Casiraghi blows this Tuesday, June 8 its 38 candles. The opportunity to look at the life of the eldest son of Caroline of Monaco, and his little family. Installed in London for nine years, the brother of Charlotte and Pierre Casiraghi enjoys a quiet daily life on the other side of the Channel with his wife, Tatiana Santo Domingo, and their three children, Alexandre known as Sacha, India and Maximilian. Eager to evolve far from the Rock, Andrea Casiraghi enjoys the freedom and the quasi-anonymity offered by Great Britain, where the royal family is on the front page of the tabloids every day.
If the grandson of Grace Kelly and Rainier III devotes much of his time to charity work, like many European royalty, his wife of Colombian origin, and incidentally the richest citizen of Monaco, has over the years established herself as a businesswoman. With her friend Dana Alikhani, the 38-year-old launched Muzungu Sisters, a fashion line that promotes ethical practices. Tatiana Santo Domingo is obviously also active in the humanitarian field and mainly in the children’s sector.
A “normal” childhood that gives Andrea Casiraghi a taste for normality
Very discreet, Andrea Casiraghi has always preferred the shadow to the light. When his father Stefano Casiraghi died tragically in a motorboat accident, the son of Caroline of Monaco was only six years old but became the man of the house and took on an important role with his sister and brother. Very quickly, their mother decided to leave the principality to settle alone with her children in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. There, the eldest of the Casiraghi’s tasted and appreciated the quasi-normal life that her little family and him lived. This probably explains why, being fourth in the order of succession to the throne behind the two children of Prince Albert and his mother, the thirty-year-old does not like to mingle with the Monegasque socialites.
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