Who is the beauty with whom Cavali had a child at the age of 82? She was 45 years younger than him, they predicted their end, and then he bought her an island

Photo: Instagram/Roberto Cavalli

News of the death of the 83-year-old Italian designer Roberto Cavalli saddened the fashion world and his fans, especially his loved ones, including his partner Sandra Nilsson, with whom he had a son last year.

In the last decade, Roberto was in a happy relationship with Sandra, who is 45 years younger, although due to the huge age difference, many immediately predicted their quick end.

But their love beat the rumors and they remained partners in a happy relationship, and in March last year their love was crowned with a son.

"Sandra is fine. The child was born last week in Florence. He is healthy and handsome. I was overcome with emotion when I saw him. We named him Giorgio, after my father who was killed by the Nazis when I was only four years old," Roberto told Noveli 2000 magazine in March.

Roberto was in a relationship with Sandra after his divorce in 2010, and a few years later he reportedly bought her a private island in Sweden worth £2,2million. It has a luxury four-room villa, a hunting lodge, a swimming pool, a golf course and the remains of an old Viking fort.

Photo: Instagram / nilsson_sandra_

The couple was separated in rare moments, and although many doubted that their relationship would last, they convinced everyone otherwise. Sandra charmed Robert, who showered her with expensive gifts every day and took her on luxury trips.

Roberto was best known for his eponymous fashion house and a brand known for its animal prints. His creations in the 70s were first adored and worn by actresses like Sophia Loren and Brigitte Bardot, and over the years other world stars like Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Bella Hadid and others have come to love him.

His friends, colleagues and fans say goodbye to the fashion designer on social networks, lamenting his passing.

The legendary fashion designer, king of animal prints – Roberto Cavalli has died

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