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Tatiana Santo Domingo
Born 24 November 1983 (1983-11-24) (age 26)
New York City, New York
Nationality American
Ethnicity Colombian, Brazilian
Alma mater American InterContinental University, The New School
Occupation Socialite
Known for Girlfriend of Andrea Casiraghi
Granddaughter of Julio Mario Santo Domingo
Parents Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr.
Vera Rechulski

Tatiana Santo Domingo (born November 24, 1983) is a US-born Colombian-Brazilian socialite and heiress.

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Early life

Tatiana Santo Domingo was born in New York City.

Education

Santo Domingo attended the École Active Bilingue Jeannine Manuel in Paris and the Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland.[1] She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the American InterContinental University of London.[2] She has a Master's degree in art history from Eugene Lang College (The New School for Liberal Arts) in New York City.

Family

Her father was the Colombian businessman Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr.[3] Her mother, Vera Rechulski, is from and lives in Rio de Janeiro. Her uncle Alejandro Santo Domingo was listed on Vanity Fair's 67th annual International Best Dressed List, September 2006, alongside his then-girlfriend, Spanish fashion model Eugenia Silva. Another uncle, Andres Santo Domingo, is married to the US Vogue contributing editor Lauren Davis.

Tatiana Santo Domingo's grandparents are Julio Mario Santo Domingo and Brazilian-born Edalia Braga, his first wife[3]. With 15.1% of South African company SABMiller[4][5], her grandfather is the second shareholder of the second largest beverage company of the world. This family owns Caracol TV, a Colombian television channel, and the Colombian newspaper El Espectador. They have controlling assets in insurance companies and companies in Cartagena. They also have a house in a Caribbean island called Barú and a mansion in the old city in Cartagena.[6] Most of them attend the best schools in the United States and Europe. Her grandparents and other relatives are primarily based in Manhattan.

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