Tatiana is active in fashion and co-founded Muzungu Sisters, an ethical retail company that sells fair-trade, artisan made fashion. She is also the wife of Prince Andrea Casiraghi, son of Princess Caroline and fourth in line to the Monaco throne. Mother of three and wife of Andrea Casiraghi, Tatiana inherited her grandfather’s shares in the brewing company SAB Miller, which is now part of Anheuser-Busch.
She has been involved with several sustainable fashion brands. She also supports several charities, including the Motrice Foundation, which funds research into cerebral palsy. After an eight-year relationship, she married Andrea Casiraghi in 2013, the fourth in the line of the Monegasque throne. The wedding took place at the Prince’s Palace of Monaco.
Tatiana attended the International School of Geneva and the Le Rosey Institute. She met Andrea Casiraghi when she was studying at a boarding school in Fontainebleau. It was at the American University in London that she obtained a Master’s degree in Fine Arts.
I’m a very nostalgic person, so I’ve already forgotten all the bad things and only remember the good ones.
She did interned at Alberta Ferretti and then at Giovanni Bianco in New York before working for Vanity Fair magazine. In 2006, she went with her husband to Manila on behalf of the World Association of Children’s Friends and the Virlanie Foundation. In 2010, she was named “Best Dressed Person of the Year” by Vanity Fair. And in 2019, she is the wealthiest Monégasque citizen.