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Princess Ira Furstenberg and Paolo Marinotti watching amongst the spectators.

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Princess Ira Furstenberg and Paolo Marinotti watching amongst the spectators.
Princess Ira Furstenberg and Paolo Marinotti watching amongst the spectators.
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Princess Ira Furstenberg and Paolo Marinotti watching amongst the spectators. Princess Virginia (Ira) of Furstenberg (born 18 April 1940) is a European socialite,actress, jewelry designer, and a former public relations manager for the fashion designer Valentino Garavani. The daughter of Prince Tassilo zu Fürstenberg and his first wife, Clara Agnelli, a Fiat heiress, she was born as Her Serene Highness Princess Virginia Carolina Theresa Pancrazia Galdina of Fürstenberg in Rome, Italy. Her maternal great-grandmother was an American heiress, Jane Campbell (Princess di San Faustino, by marriage), and the elder of her two brothers was the fashion designer Egon von Fürstenberg. Her former sister-in-law is the fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg, and an uncle was Gianni Agnelli, the chairman of Fiat. She also has a younger brother, Prince Sebastian. She is first cousin of former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic the prince Karel Schwarzenberg. Fürstenberg's first husband, whom she married at Venice, Italy, on 17 September 1955, was Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1924–2003), who founded the Marbella Club, the Spanish resort. At the time of the wedding, the bride was 15, the groom, 31. They were divorced in 1960, and the marriage was annulled in 1969. They had two children: Cristoff and Hibertus. Her second husband was Francisco "Baby" Pignatari (1916–1977), a Brazilian industrialist. They married in Reno, Nevada, on 12 January 1961. They divorced in Las Vegas in January 1964. They had no children.

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