Charlotte Casiraghi on her relationship with her mother Caroline of Monaco: “It’s always ambivalent”
“The mother-daughter relationship is very complex“this is the admission of Charlotte Casiraghi in the December 2022/January 2023 edition of the American magazine City & Country. Now a mother of two, Albert II’s niece was asked about the nature of a relationship with his own motherPrincess Caroline of Monaco. “When you become a mother, there is the fact that your mother accepts that she is not the only one to be a mother. very liberating“, she named. An ambiguous answer which could suggest that the agreement between Charlotte and her mother would not always have been the best. Would Caroline be a suffocating mother ultra-protective ? “I have the impression that even when you have your own children, it is always difficult to have its own space“actually added his eldest daughter as a confession.
“Of course, we have more empathy and we understand more things, because it is a transmission of the maternal bond…”she nevertheless nuanced, in response to the question of our colleague who asked her if their relationship had evolved since the birth of her children: Raphael9 years old, born in his adventure with Gad Elmalehand Balthazar4 years old, born in union of sons with Dimitri Rassam. The Chanel muse then preferred to kick into touch, believing that she already had some said too much : “I try not to talk about my relationship very private with my mother, and I don’t necessarily want to reveal everything that’s going on between us, but it’s always ambivalent“she concluded.
An accomplished grandmother
One thing is certain: Caroline of Monaco takes son role of grandmother very serious and she is proud of it. “I’ve always had lots of kids at homeand I love taking time to take care of my grandchildren“she named in the magazine Point of view. The eldest daughter of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace is now at the head of a tribe of seven grandchildren : son eldest son, Andrea Casiraghibeing the father of three children while his youngest, Pierre Casiraghialso two boys.
Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.
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