In light of the fact that many consider Monaco to be 'heaven on earth,' it is not necessary to spend much time discussing Monaco. There have been a large number of celebrities who have decided to build homes in Monaco and continue to live there.
Due to this very reason, Moanko has long been considered the residence of the wealthiest people in the world. Monaco is also home to a member of the royal family - Grimaldi. Considering the fact that his life was marked by several controversies throughout his life, the Prince of Monaco is one of the most interesting personalities in Monaco.
Despite this, he appears in the media much less frequently now than he did a few years ago. Having changed his appearance, he now appeared to be a man who lived in peace on a farm with his wife, and who dedicated himself fully to his family.
The 39-year-old Tatiana Casiraghi resides there, a member of the Monegasque royal family and a well-known member of Monaco's high society even before she married the son of Princess Caroline, a member of the Monegasque royal family.
She was born in the city of New York, but she became one of the wealthiest citizens of Monaco in 2019 by having an estimated fortune of $1.7 billion. Tatiana Casiraghi has an interesting story, despite the fact that the vast majority of her life remains hidden from the public.
Born in New York on November 24, 1983 as Tatiana Santo Domingo, she is the granddaughter of the beer tycoon Julio Mario Santo Domingo, who was named by Forbes as the second richest man in Colombia in 2011, just one year before he died that same year.
It is estimated that Domingo had a net worth of $8.4 billion at the time of his death. With the help of a 15 percent stake in SABMiller, he provided a secure financial future for all of his heirs. Through his ownership of Bavaria, one of the largest breweries in South America, he made a fortune and later traded it for a 15 percent stake in SABMiller.
After his death, Tatiana received a sixth of his fortune as a part of her inheritance. Despite being born in New York City, Tatiana attended one of the most exclusive boarding schools in the world, Institut Le Rosey, in Switzerland, which has a reputation for being one of the most expensive.
It has been reported that students pay 130 thousand dollars a year to attend one of the oldest schools in Switzerland as well as stay there for their education. She met Andrea Casiraghi in 2005 after graduating from the American College of London with a degree in visual communication and photography.
Her uncle is Prince Albert Casiraghi, grandson of Princess Grace Kelly. Their wedding took place in 2013. It was a truly special wedding. Monaco's Prince's Palace hosted the civil ceremony, and Gstaad, Switzerland, hosted the church ceremony six months later. The couple also have a seven-year-old daughter named India and a four-year-old boy named Maximilian Rainier.