Ginevra Giambruno is the daughter of Andrea Giambruno and his partner Giorgia Meloni, an Italian politician and journalist who has been a member of the Chamber of Deputies in Italy since 2006.
Much shouldn’t be recognized about Ginevra as she has shunned the media spotlight no matter being the child of very influential mom and father.
Her mother and Far-right chief Giorgia Meloni has claimed victory in Italy’s 2022 election, and is on the right track to show into the nation’s first female prime minister.
Her mother is extensively anticipated to sort Italy’s most right-wing authorities since World War Two.
Speaking after the vote, Ginevra’s mother acknowledged;
“Italians have sent a clear message in favour of a right-wing government led by Brothers of Italy,” she suggested reporters in Rome, holding up a sign saying “Thank you Italy”.
Giorgia is about to win 26% of the vote, based on provisional outcomes, ahead of her closest rival Enrico Letta from the centre left.
Ginevra’s father is a journalist and he works for Silvio Berlusconi’s Mediaset TV channel.