Barbara Berlusconi

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Barbara Berlusconi
Born Barbara Berlusconi
(1984-07-30) 30 July 1984 (age 33)
Arlesheim, Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland
Citizenship Switzerland
Alma mater San Raffaele University
Occupation Advisory board of Fininvest
Board member of A.C. Milan (vice-chairman and CEO, 2011–2013)
Relatives Marina Berlusconi (sister)
Pier Silvio Berlusconi (brother)
Paolo Berlusconi (uncle)
Website Barbara Berlusconi –

Barbara Berlusconi (born 30 July 1984) is one of the daughters of Silvio Berlusconi. She is a business executive, advisor to the board of Fininvest and previously sit on the board of directors of A.C. Milan as vice-chairman and CEO.[1]

Early life[edit]

Barbara Berlusconi was born in Arlesheim, Basel-Landschaft canton, Switzerland in the summer of 1984, and is the daughter of Silvio Berlusconi and Veronica Lario (who became his second wife, in 1990). Barbara Berlusconi's godfather was Bettino Craxi.[2] She made her formal debut in Paris at the Bal des débutantes in 2001.[3]


Berlusconi completed her primary education at the Steiner school of Milan, in Città Studi.[4] Berlusconi then attended secondary school at the Institute Villoresi College of Monza in Italy, and in July 2010,[4] Berlusconi graduated in Philosophy, and gained a first class degree, with 110/110 cum laude, at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, founded and run by Don Verzé until 2011.[4]

Fininvest SpA[edit]

Since September 2003, Berlusconi has been member of the board of directors of Fininvest SpA.[4]

A.C. Milan[edit]

In April 2011, Berlusconi was given a role on the board of directors at A.C. Milan[4] and since 30 November 2013 one of the CEO of the club.[5]

Personal life[edit]


Berlusconi is the mother of two sons, Alessandro and Edoardo with Giorgio Valaguzza.[6] Berlusconi resides in Switzerland. She was previously in a relationship with Alexandre Pato. [4][6]

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