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Beatrice Borromeo joins royals at Monaco’s Rose Ball

Pierre Casiraghi, Beatrice Borromeo and Charlotte Casiraghi arrive at the Rose Ball 2017 To Benefit The Princess Grace Foundation at Sporting Monte-Carlo
Pierre Casiraghi, Beatrice Borromeo and Charlotte Casiraghi arrive at the Rose Ball 2017 To Benefit The Princess Grace Foundation at Sporting Monte-Carlo / Photo via Daily Mail

What sleepless nights? New mother Beatrice Borromeo looks impossibly fresh-faced as she joins Monaco’s royals at the Rose Ball less than THREE WEEKS after giving birth.

Most new mothers can barely face the thought of leaving the house to get a pint of milk.

But Beatrice Borromeo, 31, wife of Monaco’s Pierre Casiraghi, managed to look impossibly glamorous as she enjoyed her first night out at the Rose Ball less than three weeks after having her first child.

New mother Beatrice Borromeo was showing no hint of sleepless nights as she put on a glamorous display at Monaco's Rose Ball
New mother Beatrice Borromeo was showing no hint of sleepless nights as she put on a glamorous display at Monaco’s Rose Ball / Photo via Daily Mail

Pierrer 29, is the son of Princess Caroline and the grandson of the late Princess Grace, formerly known as Grace Kelly, and the couple welcomed their son on 28 February.

However, Beatrice was showing no sign of sleepless nights, as she glowed in a navy dress with silver embellishment on the red carpet.

Pierre seemed sweetly protective of his wife, placing his arms around her as they posed for photos and leading her by the hand as they mingled with guests, including Karl Lagerfeld.

Later the couple took full advantage of their night off from parenthood and hit the dancefloor with other revellers, including Pierre’s sister Charlotte.

The couple has yet to release a name or photo of the newborn, though he seems to have been born some time on Tuesday, February 28.

According to People, Beatrice’s older sister Matilde first hinted at the news when she posted an Instagram picture of the window of the hospital’s maternity ward, writing: ’28/2/2017 new day in the calendar of my family.’

 

Beatrice, 31, met her royal husband at Milan’s Bocconi University in May 2008, where Pierre was studying international business and she was studying law.

While attending school, Beatrice joined a news television show at the age of 19, and went on to work in radio, also reporting news. The hard-hitting journalist covered former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, among other topics.

She even found that her good looks — besides helping to land her a royal — also scored good scoops as a reporter.

Beatrice Borromeo enjoys a dance with her husband Pierre Casiraghi on their first night out since their birth of their son in February
Beatrice Borromeo enjoys a dance with her husband Pierre Casiraghi on their first night out since their birth of their son in February / Photo via Daily Mail

‘When it comes to men, it helps because they talk a lot to me! They say things that later they always regret,’ she told Glamour.

In the same interview, which took place in March 2016, she revealed she was thinking of starting a family, saying: ‘One day for sure: I come from a big family, and I want children of my own. But at the moment I’m thinking about putting my career in a place where it wouldn’t get threatened by the presence of children.’

She and Pierre tied the knot in the summer of 2015 on the Borromeo islands, which are owned by her family.

Originally published at Daily Mail