Beatrice Borromeo gave an interview to the first issue of L'Officiel Monaco Magazine

Beatrice Borromeo wore a new tweed dress and calfskin boot from Christian Dior resort 2021 collection. Buccellati Milan Macri earrings and bracelets
Beatrice Borromeo Casiraghi gave an interview to the first issue of L'Officiel Monaco Magazine, which is a fashion and luxury lifestyle magazine. Her photo also be on the cover of the magazine. L'Officiel is a French fashion magazine that is published in more than 20 countries. It has been published in Paris since 1921. The photos were taken by fashion photographer Olga Jakovleva at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo. The interview was done by editor of L'Officiel Monaco, Svitlana Lavrynovych.
Beatrice Borromeo wore a new tweed dress and calfskin boot from Christian Dior resort 2021 collection. Buccellati Milan Macri earrings and bracelets
Beatrice Borromeo wore a new tweed dress and calfskin boot from Christian Dior resort 2021 collection. Buccellati Milan Macri earrings and bracelets
Beatrice Borromeo wore a new tweed dress from Christian Dior
Christian Dior Resort 2021 Collection
Buccellati Milan for Beatrice Borromeo Buccellati Macri Pendant-earrings and Macri Bangle bracelets
Buccellati Milan Macri Collection
Beatrice Borromeo wore a new camel colored embossed calfskin boot from Christian Dior
Christian Dior Guest Boot

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  1. I'm sorry but I never see her beauty.

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    1. je suis comme vous !

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    2. me too

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    3. With all respect, could I suggest you get your glasses changed.

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    4. I am with you. To me she looks nothing special in the looks department. If it weren't for her privileged status, expensive clothes and jewels i don't think anybody would notice her. I don't really understand the hype about her so-called beauty, just a plain average tall skinny girl like million others out there... I know there will be many commenters saying that i am a troll, a hater, or that i should not say anything if i dont have anything nice to say. But i am not a hypocrite and i say things as they are. She may be a very nice girl, with a warm and sweet personality, well-educated and well-behaved - nothing to comment there because i do not know her, maybe she is indeed all of those things, kudos to her - but i have eyes to see and beautiful she is not... to my eyes at least. Go ahead, start bashing me now.

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    5. Anonymous 9:32, I really hope that nobody will call you a "hater"! People use this term so easily nowadays. But allow me to say that I really don't understand your comment. I belong to those who say that Beatrice is a natural beauty! Such an elegant young lady!

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    6. @9:32 You are entitled to your opinion, as we all are. Pointing out her status, expensive clothes and jewelry comes across as envious. I am not saying that you are, but it sounds that way. You "say things as they are", but physical appearance is subjective, not fact. It is merely your opinion. We all have different opinions of what beauty is to us. It is certainly nothing to argue about. I don't understand the need to express such distaste for a person's physical appearance, but to each his own.

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    7. I don't like when people call her beauty, icon etc. I don't see it. Average girl. Not ugly but no beauty.

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    8. @ Deadeggs
      Yes, I think it should be the first thing to do in this case.

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    9. I think that for example Princess Sofia
      or Duchess Kate are most beautiful than her but we always read that she is classic beauty etc. I don't understand.

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    10. You don't have to like it. But people are allowed to express their opinion - many people do find her beautiful.

      It's all subjective anyway.

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    11. Thank you Coralie and Anon 10:49, i appreciate your comments. Indeed, what I expressed is my own opinion and I was not trying to impose it on anyone because, I agree, we are all entitled to our opinions in a free world. By the same token, I don't like if someone is trying to convince me/us that she is sth that I don't believe she is, but to each their own (opinion) indeed... And by the way, being elegant and being beautiful are not necessarily equal, people use these terms often as interchangeable but they are not, one can be physically beautiful and have absolutely no aesthetic sense or grace or elegance, and vice versa.... Thank you. Anon 9:32

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    12. Agree with the first Anon...nothing special here. We have hundreds of girls who look just like her in California.

      Meghan

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    13. There are probably billion ways to define beauty.
      Beauty as a kind of taste.
      Beauty as a mathematical relationship.
      ->Euclid (325 - 270 b.c.) was the first to describe this ratio between two
      numbers, which is equal to around 1:1.618 and
      was first called the golden ratio in 1835 in a mathematical textbook by
      Martin Ohm.
      Beauty regarding to the time of the Greek Classical period.

      Beauty.....

      Beauty as a king's status as supreme ruler which is never disputed.
      Beauty of the Catholicism.
      Beauty IS USED FOR EVERYTHING when one story is "finished" (no more arguments).

      Beauty is just semantics, unfortunatelly, but good taste as decency not.

      Hannah

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    14. Ha, Meghan, you are right.

      Shel

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    15. Dear Hannah. Thanks for the information on "semantics and beauty".
      Sounds interesting but boy, have you given me a headache.
      Really wreckingg my head trying to understand ratios between numbers and beauty.
      Any chance you could just put it into simple words?
      If not, I'll just have to give it a miss and get back to reading the Sunday papers.

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    16. Dear deadeggs, thank you. Learn about the golden ratio and put the words into google search bar, images. You will find the Mona Lisa, the eiffel tower, etc.
      #stay save!
      Hannah

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    17. Your not 'sorry' and yes, you are 'haters' and 'trolls'. That's the name given to people who make spiteful comments to elicit a response. Totally unnecessary and mean subjective judgements. People like you make the world less beautiful.

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    18. Thanks for your help and advice with the golden ratio/beauty/mathematical formula etc.
      I did exactly as you advised, that is, Google, key words, Greek classic period, golden ratio etc.
      It came up with a photo of Bob Dylan in his underwear ?????
      I'm going to have to call it a day dear Hannah as it all seems a bit over my head.
      A good pot of tea and finish off the Sunday papers should get me back to "normal". Stay safe also Hannah.


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    19. Deadeggs, a photo of the young or the old Bob Dylan? What was he wearing? A leo-print string tanga? Boxershorts?

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    20. @deadeggs This might help. Neither Bob Dylan nor his underwear are mentioned. :-) (What a mental picture!)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8ccsE_IumM
      https://interestingengineering.com/phi-and-the-mathematics-of-beauty

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    21. ;-))) Hatsch;-))

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    22. Back for my final word and before you suggest I get psychiatric help, may I just re-confirm and clarify the results I got after I followed Hanna’s instructions to understand (or to try to) the mathematical formula and the golden ration concerning beauty etc etc.
      Maybe there’s a bug in this ancient formula at the moment but my search came up with, as I said, Bob Dylan (old photo) in his underwear and with his latest underwear models. Apparently, for years he has had as a secondary interest in marketing both ladies and men’s underwear.
      If you want to see the details with your own eyes, visit, via Google or another search engine…..
      https://forum.heatinghelp.com/discussion/78022/marketing-with-bob-dylan

      But Hannah, I’m out of this subject now due to lack of time. Haven’t even had a moment for two days now to see what’s happening with Queen Maxima’s hair saga. And that ain’t good news for me.


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  2. A unique beauty and fashion i con.

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    1. Unique beauty?

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    2. Yes, beautiful in the highest sense, class is no water.
      Beautiful in her face, body, gestures, style.
      Not a kind of beauty everyone has got naturally, but she has it in her genes.
      I won' t be controversi al on this point.
      There must be some knowledge of fashion to appreciate her style and good taste.
      That' s my view.

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    3. If the poster said so then that's probably what they think. Why would you need to question that? Because it's just your passive aggressive way of saying you don't agree?

      Everyone is unique.

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    4. If my post is being questioned , I am entitled to question what others say .
      There is no aggression, it is a clarification of the word 'unique'.
      Of course, everyone is unique in her own way.
      Wonder why Beatrice bothers others women so much.
      She is a model and she can appear on magazines just as other models do.
      Charlotte happened to do the same .
      What is strange in that?
      I can' t understand some comments , actually.

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    5. Agree Maria, can´t agree more. A unique beauty and fashion i con.
      Hannah

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    6. Maria - the comment was directed at the person who replied to your original comment.

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  3. Magnifique jeune femme qui aussi ravissante en tenue habillée ou plus décontractée ; elle représente très bien la marque Buccellati ; j'adore ce modèle de boucles d'oreilles !

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    1. Je suis d' accord avec vous!

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  4. In my opinion one of the most stylish and beautiful royalties there is, her style outfits never disappoint.

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    1. Agree with you.

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    2. Totally agreed

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    3. I agree. She is a classic beauty, no doubt.
      I really don’t understand those negative comments.
      Jealous?

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    4. @ Rachel
      Yes, exactly my thoughts.
      I think you missed the mark.
      Just cannot understand why all these negative comments about a classic beauty such as Beatrice.
      If some do not see her beauty ,ok, and why questioning other people' s positive comments?
      They could say their views and let the others do the same.

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    5. @ Rachel
      *I think you hit the mark.

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  5. I think she is beautiful and so is Tatiana

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  6. She has got a lovely face, but the pictures do her no good

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    1. The second photo, picturing her full-length in trousers, seems distorted -- she may have a model's figure, but those legs look unnaturally elongated. I guess it could be an illusion created by pairing very high heels with very long pantlegs.

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  7. I like her but lately she seems to be so fame hungry, always seeking the spotlight and everyone's attention. And I also don't like it when people give interviews all the time, something's just off with that.
    I hope Beatrice will just stay low-key like she always does

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    1. Fame hungry?

      She's given interviews largely because she has a book to promote - it's a perfectly legitimate way of gaining publicity. She's a journalist, she writes stuff, she wants people to read it.

      She also represents Buccellati jewellery - there's an expectation of a certain level of exposure.

      Personally, I don't see any difference in her profile or the number of interviews she has given.

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    2. @Anon 1:37am, if she wants to promote her book she can give interviews about it, donate some copies to schools, libraries or underprivileged young people, etc. but not promote Dior clothes and Bucellati jewellery.... I find it very shallow. She clearly doesn't need the money, so why else she does it for if not for fame? I have the same opinion about Charlotte Casiraghi, by the way, or Claire and Felix, and whomever else from royal families who go down the fashion modelling route, for me it "vulgarises" (for lack of a better word) their position. Every time the royals (especially the royal ladies) step out in public they are effectively promoting one or the other fashion house/designer that they are wearing, and that should be enough, no need to compete with fashion models on glossy magazines..... And this is just my opinion, of course, I don't expect everyone to agree with it.
      A.d'M

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    3. Consider that she works/needs to work, and in the scope of her job there will be some promotion of self, her physical work, and Buccellati Jewelry. Being a member of a royal family does not mean a state income for all. So often what members of a royal family do to earn an income is criticized, but so are any financial handouts to these same lesser royals. At some point I think it is best to accept that the life of a modern royal is going to continue to change and it won't look like the fairy tales we grew up with.

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    4. ToA.d'M
      You quite forgot several young ladies of the British royal family and their Spencer relatives.
      Margot

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    5. Point taken about the donations etc. Anon 2:50. Some of the monies raised from it are going to charity.

      However, she isn't actually royal - she's just married to the untitled nephew of the ruling Prince.

      She earned her living modelling whilst a student so I don't really see the difference now - it gives her an independent income.

      She does quite a lot of quiet work for charity in particular the Red Cross - it might be nice to see that promoted a bit more.

      I understand your point, I just don't think I agree with the "fame hungry" qualification.

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  8. I think she looks beautiful in that yellow dress, as yellow can be such a hard color to wear. Also love the black suit, classic with a modern flair. She is quite gorgeous.
    Chel

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  9. I think she is very beautiful and stylish.

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    1. I'm in team Beatrice. Lovely looking young woman, classically elegant

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  10. Beatrice has a fresh, natural beauty that is apparent when not in makeup. Some women need a makeup artist to achieve what she has naturally. I love the jacket. That is how to suit denim pants. Those legs go on forever! My first thought when I saw the Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior dress was that she takes the peasant out of that peasant dress. I think she could make a flour sack look chic.

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    1. Well said, exactly my thoughts!

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  11. Absolutely love seeing photos of Beatrice. A style goddess, she can even make a sack look good - as evidenced here with the dour Dior pinafore and frumpy boots. Who would spend their money on these? However, love the Buccellati bangles - very 90s.

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  12. She has been wearing a lot of Dior recently but I like that yellow dress the most.

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    1. Yes the yellow dress is quite nice, but not the outfit on the last picture IMV

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  13. Imo Beatrice is breathtakingly beautiful -- but it is a particular genre of beauty that we can also see in photos of such gorgeous Italian women as the actress Monica Vitti and the socialites Afdera Franchetti and Marella Agnelli. It is perhaps slightly too much on the "exotic" side to appeal to everyone.



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    1. Yes, well said , she is a gorgeous Italian woman.
      Moreover, appearing on magazines and promoting brands is part of her job as a model.
      Thank you Jane Chantal.

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  14. Let's keep it real.
    Pretty - yes, greatest beauty - OTT.

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  15. I find her beautiful and so incredibly elegant, with the sort of elegance that no stylist can create.
    I am a little confused by the harsh judgements about the way she promotes her work, and as usual the comparison with other Royals that generally don’t have their own agenda but dutifully follow whatever the “ Crown “ dictates.
    Beauty is on the eye of the beholder but some of the comments above are just catty.
    Sandra F

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  16. William Shakespeare 'Beauty is bought by judgement of the eye'.

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  17. Quelle beauté époustouflante avec sa magnifique Belle mère, elle regne sur Monaco

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  18. I do know one person who thinks she is beautiful and that is Pierre, every photo you see of the two of them he is proudly holding her hand!

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    1. Best comment by a mile. Pierre is in love with her, clearly. Pretty much all that matters.

      I for one think she is pretty, gracious and seems to have a good inner strength that comes with the experience of many very different situations, from being a Borromeo (may not say much to most, as someone who lived in Italy, it does say something to me), to being’on her own’ in NY, to being an advocate for the left wing social policies, to becoming a Grimaldi (even if officially styled as Casiraghi). And the mother of two little boys with a husband who decided to sail the Atlantic to get Greta to the States. I don’t think we have an appreciation for the diversity of her experience in her young life. I find her remarkable. Maybe I can even call her a natural beauty. Her inner strength and grace come through in my opinion. Lily A

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    2. If that is how we want to define her beauty, then I agree, without forgetting to add that every happily married (or in a loving relationship) woman is the most beautiful in the world! As another commenter said, she is pretty, full stop, no need to exaggerate as the most beautiful woman ever .... And Maria (penso che sei italiana visto i tuoi commenti e come la proteggi con tanto ardore manco fosse tua figlia), just because she is Italian it doesn't mean that she is automatically the most beautiful of all, dai per carita' - and by the way, she is definitely not the typical Italian beauty, quite the opposite in fact, so relax please, nobody is offending Italy or the Italians .... Saluti da Verona:-)

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  19. I am fascinated how rich people are beautiful; and those not so rich well they couldn't be beautiful, but they are. I see some amazing older people who are so stylish, and some young girls if they wore a paper bag are so stunning. It's all part of the how do we sell ;a crappy pinafore that looks as tough it should be in the rag bag; it couldn't sell for 50 Euros; oh it should be 750 Euros or more ,as the package beautiful girl, and a pinafore should have us all wanting one. Well I would sooner buy a couple of cows at the cattle market. (Tara)

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  20. @Tara ..Mooo

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  21. Avereage woman, nothing WOW.

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