Beatrice Borromeo wearing Giorgio Armani Privé on Monaco's National Day

FIT FOR PRINCES: Giorgio Armani can add two more royals to his list of high-profile celebrities wearing his designs. On Monaco’s National Day celebrated in Montecarlo on Saturday, also known as The Sovereign Prince’s Day, twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella wore Armani Junior looks. The offspring of Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Charlene, Prince Jacques wore a milky white single-breasted cashmere jacket with appliquéd pockets and gold satin buttons, a classic poplin shirt and light wool pants in the same color, while Princess Gabriella donned a satin dress with a bodice and skirt in multilayered tulle, completed by a satin sash tied at the waist with a bow, a wool shrug and a coordinated cashmere coat with gold satin buttons.

A visibly pregnant Beatrice Borromeo, who is married to Pierre Casiraghi, wore a Giorgio Armani Privé dress in crêpe cady and a roomy cashmere coat in a thea rose hue.

In August 2015, Borromeo wore Armani Privé for her religious wedding at Isolino di San Giovanni, on Italy’s Lake Maggiore.

Casiraghi is the son of the late Italian entrepreneur Stefano Casiraghi and Princess Caroline of Hanover, daughter of the late Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco. Borromeo, a former model and a journalist, is the daughter of Carlo Ferdinando Borromeo and Paola Marzotto, one of the heirs of the Marzotto textile and fashion family.


Borromeo wore Armani Privé

Beatrice Borromeo wore Armani Privé.  Pascal Le Segretain Getty Images

Prince Jacques donned Armani Junior.

Prince Jacques donned Armani Junior. 

Royal Style at Monaco's National Day Princess Gabriella Armani

Princess Gabriella in Armani Junior. 

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