Pierre Casiraghi and Béatrice Borromeo are undoubtedly one of the most glamorous couples of royalty, all countries combined. Usually very discreet about her private life, Caroline of Monaco’s daughter-in-law confided in the Spanish magazine Hola about her life as a mother and her daily life. What emerges from this interview is that Béatrice Borromeo’s top priority is none other than her children Stefano, three, and Francesco, two.
Perfectly organized, the pretty blonde from the Italian aristocracy starts her day at 7:30 am. “I wake up when I hear that the children are standing in the next room. First, we play a little while in bed and then we have breakfast”, she says before adding “there are fruit, cookies, cereal, bread with butter and honey, a cappuccino for me and milk with foam for them “.
A day in the life of Beatrice Borromeo
Although she has not put her career as a journalist aside, Béatrice Borromeo makes sure to spend as much time as possible with her children. Once breakfast is taken, the trio go out for a walk to the beach, the forest or simply the park. If her commitments to the Red Cross allow her, the mother of the family spends the morning with her children and then they wait for Pierre Casiraghi to come home for lunch at 1 p.m. Sometimes Béatrice Borromeo cooks pasta or chops … Other times, it’s the nanny who cooks because she is apparently very talented.
A quasi-military organization
In the afternoon, while the children are resting, Pierre Casiraghi’s wife updates herself on world news and meets her professional obligations. Perfectly organized, at 6.30 p.m., it’s time to put the two ends of the cabbage in the bath before making them dinner and putting them to bed. Obviously, reading a little story is inevitable. Francesco and Stefano have a preference for the adventures of Aldin, a magical bear. At 8:30 p.m., the couple meet to spend some time in love with their favorite series of the moment (Homeland, Giri / Haji, or Little Fires Everywhere). It also happens to Pierre Casiraghi and Béatrice Borromeo to choose to devour a book. Whatever their choice, they will join the arms of Morpheus around 11 p.m.
Béatrice Borromeo and her son Francesco – The princely family of Monaco at the balcony of the palace during the Monegasque National Day in Monaco. November 19, 2019 © Dominique Jacovides / © Dominique Jacovides