Maybe you're looking to honor your family's Italian heritage, or maybe you just love the way this undeniably romantic language sounds. Whatever the case, you can't go wrong with one of these Italian names for girls. Some, like Isabella or Francesca, have become popular within the US in recent years, and it's easy to understand why. But you have a chance to be a trendsetter with some of these other Italian girls names, like the mystical Gaia or the cute-as-pie Pia. You can even turn to some of the cities in Italy for name inspiration.
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The man on the left is Matteo Salvini, the leader of the Lega Nord Party who serves as Italy's minister of the interior and deputy prime minister. Lega is a far-right party with an anti-immigration agenda. He was in the city of Caltanissetta in Sicily for a rally last week when he posed for a selfie with Gaia Parisi and Matilde Rizzo, both Except it turns out they weren't supporters, but two friends ready to photobomb Salvini by kissing each other. Salvini's reaction was giving a pat on Matilde's head and saying, 'auguri e figli maschi. Although Parisi and Rizzo are just friends, they wanted to make a statement in front of Salvini as a way of "fighting hate with love.
Latrese Williams is one such black traveler. When Ms. Williams goes out in Chicago or pretty much anywhere else in the United States, she said, she often feels ignored by men who seem to barely register her existence. These polar reactions occur, she said, because she is black. Williams said in her home in the Monti neighborhood of Rome. In November, she moved in with her Italian boyfriend, whom she met on Tinder in Rome. It may be surprising that there is a steady stream of black women who travel to Italy in search of amore.
She is perhaps best known to American audiences for her role as Persephone in the science-fiction films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. She later played a Bond girl in the James Bond film Spectre. Monica Bellucci began modeling at age 13 by posing for a local photo enthusiast. By , she was becoming prominent as a fashion model in Paris and across the Atlantic , in New York City. In that year, Bellucci made the transition to acting and began taking acting classes. The February Esquire 's feature on Desire featured Bellucci on the cover and in an article on the five senses. In , she was featured in Maxim. In , while pregnant with her daughter Deva, Bellucci posed nude for the Italian Vanity Fair in protest against an Italian law that restricts the provision of fertility treatment to heterosexual couples and excludes single women or same-sex couples, restricts surrogacy and research using human embryos, forbids sperm and egg donation, and limits the number of embryos created with in-vitro techniques to three. Bellucci's film career began in the early s. She was supposed to be seen portraying Indian politician Sonia Gandhi in the biopic Sonia , originally planned for release in , but it has been shelved.