Charlotte Casiraghi and the new boyfriend Dimitri Rassam do really seriously: here are the pictures!
They are already parents: Charlotte is Raphaël‘s mother, three years old, from Gad Elmaleh, while Dimitri is Darya‘s father, six, born of marriage to Russian model Masha Novoselova (now living in California with her child). Maybe we are really turning to Charlotte’s life. Until now, she has studied conventions and has always followed her heart. First there was love with Elmaleh, comic much bigger than her, with the fame of tombeur de femmes. Then the story with director Lamberto Sanfelice : noble, near the Borromeo clan, seemed the ideal candidate. But after a few months, love has evaporated. “I’ve studied philosophy, I live in a constant distress,” she said. Will Dimitri perhaps with his intellectual charm and wrinkle to heal her?
Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi was born in Monaco, August 3, 1986, and is the second-born daughter of Princess Carolina of Monaco and Stefano Casiraghi. Although deprived of noble titles, she is eighth in the line of succession to the throne of Monaco after the sons of Prince Albert II of Monaco, her mother and two male brothers.
She is very popular among paparazzi and costume journalists.
The name Charlotte refers to that of her grandmother, Princess Charlotte of Monaco, but at birth (1986), her mother had stated that she was referring instead to a distant ancestor, Catherine-Charlotte de Gramont. Among other names, Pomeline remembers that of Pomellina Fregoso, consort of Giovanni I of Monaco.
At birth, her mother’s marriage to Stefano Casiraghi was not recognized by the Catholic Church (Caroline’s first marriage was canceled only on 20 June 1992 when Stefano had died for more than a year), and Charlotte and her brothers (Andrea , firstborn, and Pierre, the last-born) were recognized legally by the Holy See only on April 5, 1994.
Together with her brothers she grew up in the principality ruled by his grandfather Ranieri III. She left her mother orphan at four years following her mother Carolina in the village of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France. A year later she was given a gift from her paternal grandparents, the Italians Giancarlo and Fernanda Casiraghi, a small island in Sardinia.
In 1999 she had a sister-in-law born of the third wedding of her mother Carolina with Prince Ernst of Hanover. The family moved from Paris to the Fontainebleau parish district.
Charlotte is passionate about horseback riding and has competed, with encouraging results, in various jumping racing games. She graduated with “excellent” achievement in classical high school François Couperin of Fontainebleau in 2004, then graduating in philosophy at the University of Sorbonne. She also started a career as a journalist, as a writer of articles and magazine director.