Facts about Charlotte Casiraghi
Charlotte Casiraghi Biography
Charlotte Casiraghi’s father was Caroline’s second husband, the Italian industrialist Stefano Casiraghi. He died in a speed-boating accident in 1990, the year Charlotte turned four. By the time she reached her late teens, Charlotte Casiraghi had become popular with paparazzi and society reporters, who found her stylish good looks to be reminiscent of her mother and grandmother.
As a young woman, Charlotte became an avid horsewoman and competed in equestrian events across Europe. She also modeled: the fashion house Gucci began featuring her as a “face of Gucci” in advertisements in 2012. She became a brand ambassador for Chanel in 2020.
Charlotte Casiraghi has a son, Raphaël, born in 2013; his father is the comedian and actor Gad Elmaleh, with whom Casiraghi had a relationship from 2011-15. Casiraghi also has a son, Balthazar, born in 2018; his father is film producer Dimitri Rassam, whom Casiraghi married on June 1, 2019. Casiraghi also has a stepdaughter, Darya (b. 2011), Rassam’s daughter from a previous marriage.
Charlotte Casiraghi has two brothers, Andrea (b. 1984) and Pierre (b. 1987); her half-sister, Alexandra, was born in 1999 to Caroline and her new husband Prince Ernst of Hanover… Charlotte Casiraghi has not been given the title of princess (an attempt by her mother to give her daughter a more normal life) but she is technically in line to inherit the throne of Monaco. As of 2021, she was 11th in line to the throne, behind her uncle Prince Albert, his children, Princess Caroline, and other relatives.