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    A Lamborghini ad campaign featuring teenage girls in crop tops posing in front of luxury cars has sparked a backlash in Italy.  The auto giant commissioned a renowned Italian photographer to take a set of evocative pictures in Palermo, one of which showed an adolescent girl with an exposed midriff seated in front of a yellow supercar.  The online ad campaign portrayed the Sicilian city as being 'like a girl, full of hopes and dreams', but critics were quick to slam the campaign on social media.     The mayor of Palermo demanded that the ad campaign be suspended and the pictures have since been removed. Controversy: This Lamborghini advertising photo - which the carmaker shared online showing the young girl's exposed midriff - has sparked a backlash in Italy  Lamborghini had hired 21 photographers to take a set of pictures with supercars across the country in what it called...
    RHONJ star Joe Giudice treated fans to a dazzling tour of his father's rubble-filled villa perched on a hilltop in the stunning Italian mountains. While the Mediterranean view was sublime, the property itself was in need of some serious TLC. 13RHONJ star Joe Giudice gave daughters Milania and Gia a tour of his dad's rustic Italian villa The Real Housewives Of New Jersey alum, 48, hails from the Campania region in the south west of Italy, and told daughters Milania and Gia of his plans to renovate the special family home. Capturing their significant trip to a spot in their family's heritage on video, he posted a clip to his Instagram page. Joe can be heard announcing: "I wanna welcome you to the old villa here, this is your grandpa's old villa." He confirmed it would be spread across three levels and added: "There'll be a spiral staircase over here,...
    (CNN)A couple in Italy who met on their balconies during the coronavirus lockdown are now engaged, becoming a modern-day Romeo and Juliet in the same city where Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers took place.It was love at first sight for Michele D'Alpaos, 38, who remembers the exact moment he laid eyes on Paola Agnelli, 40, as she walked across the terrace of her apartment in Verona."It was the afternoon of March 17, when I was forced to work from home because of the lockdown," D'Alpaos told CNN. "I saw this beautiful girl, Paola. I was immediately struck by the beauty of this girl, by her smile. I had to know her."The pair had lived in buildings across from each other almost their entire lives, but were never aware of each other's existence. But that afternoon, while her sister played the violin on their balcony as she did every evening to...
    Michele and Paola have been called a lockdown Romeo and Juliet. Paola Agnelli An Italian couple fell in love from across their balconies during the coronavirus lockdown and they're now engaged to be married. Lawyer Paola Agnelli, 40, and IT worker Michele D'Alpaos, 38, couldn't meet but spoke for months in their hometown of Verona. Thanks to their location and balcony love story, they've been dubbed a "modern day Romeo and Juliet." Agnelli told Insider they're considering getting married at the famous Juliet's house. "I think that my grandfather, who was called Michele, gave me meeting Michele as a gift from heaven," she said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.   An Italian couple who fell in love across their balconies in Verona during lockdown have gotten engaged to be married. Widely dubbed the "modern Romeo and Juliet" of coronavirus times, lawyer Paola Agnelli, 40, and IT...
    (CNN)Italian young adults do not have the automatic right to financial support from their parents, even if they aren't financially independent, Italy's Supreme Court has ruled. In a judgment from July -- made public Friday -- a court in Rome ruled against the appeal of a 35-year-old part-time music teacher who still expected financial support from his parents, claiming that his annual income of 20,000 euros (about $24,000) was not adequate. "Reducing his adolescent ambitions" the adult child "is bound to find a way to self-support himself" judge Maria Cristina Giancola, who chaired the panel of the court, wrote. Italy prepares to return to school ... with sawsThe Supreme Court sentence concludes a five-year case, and a first ruling from a judge in Tuscany, which affirmed the right of the plaintiff to get a monthly allowance of 300 euros (about $360) from his parents. While a child with physical or...
    Royal watchers usually get just the occasional glimpse of their favourites on official engagements, two Italian princesses are rapidly amassing legions of fans on Instagram as they show off their charmed lifestyle - and you've probably never heard of them.   Princess Maria Carolina, 17, and Maria Chiara Di Bourbon-Two Sicilies, 15, are the daughters of Prince Carlo, Duke of Castro, 57, and Princess Camilla, Duchess of Castro, 49.  Prince Carlo holds a claim to the now defunct throne of the former House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, a cadet branch of the Spanish royal family, which descends from the Capetian Dynasty and ruled over Southern Italy and Sicily during the 18th and 19th centuries. Although the family has no official remit, they spend their time doing charity work and promoting the interest of Southern Italy.   The prince's daughters enjoy a life of luxury, spending their time between Italy, Monaco, Paris and St Tropez,...
    Princess Beatrice has married Italian property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in secret at Windsor Castle. The couple were due to tie the knot  at the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace at the end of May But their ceremony was postponed due to Covid-19 and no new date was given by the palace at the time.  Princess Beatrice has married Italian property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in secret at Windsor Castle RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next A family affair! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands dons a... Blooming beautiful! Queen Letizia of Spain is elegant in a... Happy birthday, Camilla! The Queen leads royal tributes to... Share this article Share Princess Beatrice with sister Princess Eugenie and parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew  A royal big day ruined by coronavirus: How Beatrice and Edoardo's wedding was supposed to play...
    Finnegan Lee Elder (pictured), 20, admitted to stabbing officer Mario Cerciello Rega An Italian policeman whose partner was fatally stabbed during a failed drug bust last year described Wednesday the moment the knife was pulled by one of two US students standing trial for murder. Andrea Varriale claims his partner Mario Cerciello Rega was slain in an unprovoked nighttime attack on July 26, 2019 after the officers, who were in plain clothes, approached the Americans, who had earlier tried to buy drugs. Varriale described to the Rome court how he desperately tried to stop up Cerciello's wounds until an ambulance arrived, but 'the blood was spurting out'. Finnegan Lee Elder and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth allege they were attacked by the policemen from behind on a dark street in Rome, and defended themselves from what they believed to be dangerous drug dealers. Elder, 20, and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 19, (right) are...
    The decision of the Italian Social Security Entity (INPS) to include older adults who care for their grandchildren among the possible beneficiaries of the so-called “baby sitter bonus” established during the pandemic, generated criticism from the ruling party where they considered that it does not take care of the health of old. While the country registered this Monday alone six deaths from coronavirus, the lowest figure since February 23, with 126 new cases across Italy, the controversy over an extra payment for childcare shakes the Italian government. “I learned about the circular with which the INPS extended the” bonus baby sitter “also to family members who care for children. But, at this stage, grandparents must be our utmost care, and protecting their health was and is a priority, “said the Family Minister, Elena Bonetti, quoted by the Repubblica newspaper. Bonetti’s statements come after the pension agency today included older adults...
    TURIN, Italy (AP) — Soccer finally resumed in Italy — in a surreal atmosphere. Just as for every previous home game, the Allianz Stadium announcer introduced the home team with a booming “Ladies and gentlemen … Juventus Football Club.” Only, this time, there was a resounding silence. The catchy Juventus anthem which is normally sung enthusiastically by 40,000 fans holding their scarves above their heads was still played loudly over the tannoy, but to an empty stadium. And Juventus and AC Milan walked out separately to eerie silence for the second leg of their Italian Cup semifinal on Friday. No fans are allowed into the stadiums after the coronavirus pandemic halted soccer three months ago. Juve and Milan played the first leg to 1-1 before the season was stopped on March 9. Serie A is set to restart on June 20. New rules limit the maximum number of...
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