Who are Patrizia Reggiani's children Alessandra and Allegra?

Who are Patrizia Reggiani's children Alessandra and Allegra?

January 26, 2022

PATRIZIA Reggiani has come under public scrutiny following the release of the trailer for Ridley Scott's House of Gucci.

Married to Maurizio Gucci in the 1970s and 1980s, the Italian socialite is the mother of his two daughters, Allegra and Alessandra.

Who are Patrizia Reggiani's children?

Patrizia Reggiani had two daughters with husband Maurizio Gucci – but their marriage ended in divorce in 1991.

Then on March 27, 1995, the head of the Gucci fashion house was gunned down by a hitman hired by his ex Patrizia.

The girls were left with a murdered father and a mom in jail over his killing, after Partizia was sentenced to 29 years in prison.

She was released early in 2016.

Since their parents' infamous case, both daughters – now adults – have kept a low profile.

Here's what you need to know about them.

Alessandra Gucci

Born in 1977, Alessandra is the eldest of the Patrizia's children.

She was just 18 when her father was killed by a hitman hired by her mother.

Alessandra is reportedly married with children, living in Switzerland.

In 2016, it was also reported that she, along with her sister Allegra, inherited the Gucci family’s three residences and a yacht.

Two years before, the sisters were faced with tax evasion accusations but were later acquitted of all charges.

Alessandra released her very own bag collection in 2009 named The First at a concept store in Düsseldorf, in Germany.

A descendant of fashion royalty, she couldn't help but to pay homage to three generations of her family.

She named her bags after her grandfather, Rodolfo, her father, Maurizio, and herself.

All were available in pink, khaki and blue for prices ranging from €8,500 to €9,900 – around $10,000.

Allegra Gucci

Maurizio and Patrizia's second daughter, Allegra, was born in 1981, so was just 14 when her dad was murdered.

Unlike her older sister, she seems to have strayed away from the fashion industry, preferring to study law at Milan university.

This choice was fuelled by her fight for her mother's release from prison, as both daughters claimed that Patrizia's behaviour and plot to murder their father was largely influenced by a brain tumour.

Patrizia was diagnosed with the tumour, which was subsequently removed, in 1992, shortly after her divorce from Maurizio.

Allegra argued that it had altered her mother's ability to reason, judging that Patrizia had not been in her right state of mind when hiring hitman Benedetto Ceraulo to kill Maurizio (who had left her for another woman).

Much like Alessandra, however, she is also married and has had children; although nothing is known about her family life.

Allegra has been said to race her father's boats, stating in an interview with UK media Classic Boat that Maurizio "would be so happy to see the boats now and how his philosophy of them is continuing".

Although their paths are somewhat different, both Allegra and Alessandra have allegedly agreed to cut ties with their mother Patrizia.

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After her release from prison, the pair tried to prevent her from getting the annuity that Maurizio had promised her, in vain.

Patrizia was later questioned by The Guardian about her relationship with her daughters.

She said: "They don’t understand me and have cut off my financial support.

"I have nothing, and I haven’t even met my two grandsons."

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