What you don’t know about Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco

In April 2018, Architectural Digest shared details of the beautiful places where Charlotte Casiraghi has resided. At press time, newly engaged Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam were living with her son, Raphael, in a Left Bank apartment in Paris, where they were often seen together. According to the magazine, Casiraghi had moved to an “affluent” apartment in the neighborhood after his split with Raphael’s father, Gad Elmaleh.

When Casiraghi and Rassam want to get away, they have their country home in Barizon, France, a property she acquired in 2016. Although the couple never brought a camera into the house, its decor would consist of both new and vintage items, per the magazine.

Additionally, Casiraghi grew up at La Ferme in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, with his brothers, Andrea and Pierre Casiraghi. His mother, Princess Caroline, had moved the family to the secluded estate in 1990, shortly after their father died. Later, Caroline and her third husband, Prince Ernst August of Hanover, moved their offspring to Le Manoir, a historic 7,500 square foot property in Mée-Sur-Seine, France, which they purchased from the friend. close to Caroline, Karl Lagerfeld of Chanel.

Architectural Digest also described Caroline’s pink neoclassical house, Villa Clos Saint-Pierre, in Monaco-ville, the historic part of Monaco, near the Prince’s Palace. Although we don’t know if Charlotte ever lived there, it’s likely she spent a night or two there.

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