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Glamour: You've been working since you were a teen—as a model, then a journalist. Beatrice Borromeo: The first part of my life, until I was 16 or so, was extremely political.

I grew up with one of the most corrupt governments in Italian history. When I was 19, I was invited to join the team for a news television show. Then I had a radio show, started working for a paper, and eventually began doing documentaries as well.

She's been working as a reporter since she was 19 and holds a master's from Columbia University; she cooks dinner at home most nights and wears jeans on a regular basis.

And in November Borromeo was appointed special envoy for human rights for Fashion 4 Development (F4D), a United Nations-affiliated initiative through which she will advocate for civil and environmental issues. I sat down with Borromeo over eggs Benedict to get the scoop on the modern royal's life.

The Princely Family of Monaco will be welcoming three new babies in 2018.

The Italian and French press were already speculating on a possible pregnancy for Princess Caroline’s oldest daughter Charlotte as she made an appearance at the Bal de la Rose at the end of March.

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