Ginevra Csillaghy Fürstenberg

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Ginevra Csillaghy Fürstenberg
BornGinevra Freiin Csillaghy de Pacsér von Fürstenberg
1995 (age 26–27)
Spouse(s)Andy Jasimi
Issue
Verde Jasimi
Noah Egon Jasimi
FatherBaron Alexandre Csillaghy de Pacsér
MotherPrincess Virginia von Fürstenberg
OccupationSocialite, model

Baroness Ginevra Csillaghy de Pacsér von Fürstenberg (born 1995) is an Italian model and socialite.

Biography[edit]

Csillaghy-Fürstenberg is the daughter of Princess Virginia von Fürstenberg and Baron Alexandre Csillaghy de Pacsér. Her parents divorced in 2003. Through her father she is a member of a Hungarian noble family. Her mother, a member of the House of Fürstenberg, is a granddaughter of Clara Agnelli.[1] She is a grandniece of actress Princess Ira von Fürstenberg and fashion designer Prince Egon von Fürstenberg, the ex-husband of Diane von Fürstenberg.

As a teenager, Csillaghy-Fürstenberg was a competitive equestrian.[2][3][4] She placed in second competing for the Italian team at the Wörthersee Junior Challenge in 2008.[5] Her older brother, Baron Miklós Tassilo Csillaghy de Pacsér is also an equestrian.

In 2012 Csillaghy-Fürstenberg was featured in Style Magazine with her own editorial.[6] She has worked as a model for her mother's fashion line Virginia von zu Fürstenberg.[7][8]

Csillaghy-Fürstenberg studied at King's College London, graduating in 2017. In 2017 she worked as a volunteer for UNICEF.[9] She married Andy Jasimi.[citation needed] They have two children, Verde and Noah.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. San Giorgio, Federico (5 October 2014). "I 40 anni di Virginia Furstenberg". morningcoat. Retrieved 6 October 2018.
  2. "Ecuestre online". palmares.ecuestreonline.com.
  3. "Listing" (PDF). www.horseshowjumping.tv. 2008. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  4. "Cervia_04_07_esordienti_bp_115.pdf" (PDF). Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  5. "Wörthersee Junior Challenge 2008". www.oeps.at.
  6. "GINEVRA CSILLAGHY DE PACSER VON FURSTENBERG PER STYLE MAGAZINE « Settimio Benedusi Blog".
  7. "Virginia von zu Furstenberg". Vogue Italia.
  8. "Virginia Von Zu Furstenberg, una collezione tra spiritualità e poesia". October 28, 2013.
  9. "Listing" (PDF). www.ponyteam.it/pdf. 2008. Retrieved 2019-07-05.


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