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Pierre Casiraghi

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Pierre Casiraghi is the youngest son of Princess Caroline and her second husband, Stefano Casiraghi. He holds a degree in International Economics and Management from Bocconi University in Milan.

He spent part of his childhood in France, in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and his adolescence in Fontainebleau where he obtained his baccalaureate. He studied law at the Pantheon-Assas University before moving to Milan.

I like the spirit of adventure, those difficult moments when you have to find the strength to move forward, to push the limits, to force the boat, to repair it and to set the sails again.

Pierre Casiraghi is the majority shareholder of the construction company founded by his father in Monaco in 1984. He is also the owner of Sail for a Cause, a charity regatta whose funds finance operations for children from poor countries suffering from serious illnesses.

He took part in a humanitarian tour with his mother in various African countries in 2007.

He is on the managing committee of Monaco’s Yacht Club and has various business ventures in the Principality. Casiraghi has competed in inshore racing competitions and in professional car racing. He is married to Italian journalist Beatrice Borromeo.

He owns the Château de Beauregard in the Var, which he was able to acquire from its former owner Mr Patrick de Clarens. The latter could no longer cover the costs of renovation.

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  • Princess Caroline's son
  • 5 September 1987
  • Monaco