Francesco Ruspoli, 10th Prince of Cerveteri

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Francesco Ruspoli
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Prince Francesco Ruspoli
  • 10th Prince of Cerveteri
PredecessorPrince Alessandro Ruspoli
Born (1967-03-31) 31 March 1967 (age 52)
Rome, Italy
  • Angelica Visconti
  • Prince Alessandro Ruspoli (b.2014)
  • Princess Vittoria Ruspoli (b.2016)
Full name
Francesco Maria VI Ruspoli
FatherPrince Alessandro Ruspoli
MotherNancy de Girard de Charbonnières
ReligionRoman Catholic Church

Francesco, Principe Ruspoli (born 31 March 1967) is the 10th Principe di Cerveteri, 10th Marchese di Riano, 15th Conte di Vignanello and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, son of Alessandro Ruspoli, 9th Prince of Cerveteri, and French noblewoman Nancy de Girard de Charbonnières.

Prince Francesco Ruspoli studied in boarding school in the United Kingdom. He then served in the Italian Army for a year before attending John Cabot University. Francesco has worked in banking for over 25 years between Rome, Paris, and London and currently works for Banca Generali.

He is President of the Alumni Association for John Cabot University.

Honorary Committee member of the Centro Studi Santa Giacinta Marescotti for the Premio Francesco Maria Ruspoli for baroque music founded by Giada Ruspoli.

Vice-President of the Mascarade Opera Foundation and member of the Honorary Committee of the New Generation Festival.

Grand Chancellor of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George.[1]

Marriages and children[edit]

He is married to Angelica Visconti Ferragamo, granddaughter of the famous shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo, since 20 September 2014 in Ozzano Monferrato. They had a son and a daughter:


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Knight Grand Cross of Justice - Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George (14 May 2016)


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Italian nobility
Preceded by
Alessandro Ruspoli, 9th Prince of Cerveteri
Prince of Cerveteri
Succeeded by