Talk:House of Borromeo

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Trivia section[edit]

I created the section in order to contain some stuff that seemed rather trivial. On second thoughts I think I should have moved it straight here. It may (or may not) be of relevance in the page on John Elkann. But I think it is fairly extraneous to this article. Text follows:

Descendant Donna Lavinia Borromeo, is the wife of John Elkann (heir to the car manufacturers Fiat) whose second great-grand aunt Clara Agnelli married Prince Tassilo of Furstenberg, the second great-grandson of Stephanie de Beauharnais, an adoptive daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte, and a relative of his consort Josephine.

Ian Spackman 12:06, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

Celia Borromeo[edit]

Is Celia Grillo Borromeo a member of this family or not? If so, she should be mentioned here. Michael Hardy (talk) 19:04, 8 May 2014 (UTC)

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