Roberto Cavalli, the iconic fashion designer, has made headlines once again, this time for becoming a father for the sixth time at the age of 82. This news has come as a surprise to many, as Cavalli's relationship with his partner, Sandra Nilsson Bergman, a 37-year-old Swedish model, who is 45 years younger than him, has been the subject of much speculation.
In a recent interview with Novella 2000, Cavalli spoke about the arrival of his new son, Giorgio, who was born a week ago in Florence, and the emotional story behind his son's name.
A Tribute to the Late Father
Cavalli's father was killed in the Second World War when the designer was only four years old.
This tragedy has had a profound impact on the designer's life, and he has always felt a deep connection to his father's memory. In the interview with Novella 2000, Cavalli shared the emotional story behind his son's name. "His name is Giorgio, like his grandfather, my father...
whom the Nazis shot in the Cavriglia massacre when I was four years old." he said. By naming his son after his father, Cavalli has been able to give him the proper tribute and honor his memory in a meaningful way. "Sandra is doing fine, the baby, who was born a week ago right here in Florence, is beautiful and it was really emotional to see him right after he was born." he said, reports Daily Mail.
A Blissful Partnership
Cavalli and Nilsson Bergman have been in a relationship since 2014, and their son, Giorgio, is a testament to the strength of their love and commitment to each other. The couple welcomed their son in Florence, and according to Cavalli, Nilsson Bergman is "doing fine" after the birth.
The designer is also the proud father of five other children, two from his first marriage with Silvanella Gionnoni and three from his second marriage with former model and designer Eva Maria Duringe.
A Life Filled with Success and Love
Cavalli is a true icon in the fashion world, having built an empire with his eponymous brand and his innovative designs.
He has been recognized for his contributions to the industry and has received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. Despite his success, Cavalli has always been a family man, and his children and partner have been the source of his greatest joy and happiness.
Rumors of a Generous Gesture
There have been rumors that Cavalli gifted his partner with the stunning island of Stora Rullingen worth 3 million euros near Stockholm. While these rumors have not been confirmed, it is clear that the couple is in a strong and loving relationship, and the arrival of their son, Giorgio, only solidifies that.