Chiara Ferragni met Liliana Segre. “After our phone chats, today I had theThe pleasure of meeting Senator Liliana Segre in person. Her story and her determination impressed me very much, “wrote the influencer on his Instagram profile along with a photo with the senator who survived the Holocaust.
A few weeks ago it was the same Segre a express a desire to see the entrepreneur. «I would very much like to meet Chiara Ferragni and invite her to visit the Memorial of the Shoah in Milan with meHe said on the sidelines of a meeting at Track 21, in Central Station. “The fact that the kids know little about this place and the stories that are kept there is mine worry. If the young people don’t come, was it all in vain? But if Chiara Ferragni came here with me, many teenagers would be interested in this topic and they would come to see what happened to me and so many others, including the many who have never returned from the journey towards horror. “
Chiara did not have it repeated twice and immediately accepted the invitation. He contacted the senator, spoke to her and today was the first meeting at Liliana Segre’s house (as you can guess from the photo posted on Instagram) and then probably to repeat itself, as requested by the senator, at Binario21.
Hence Liliana Segre had expressed words of esteem for Chiara Ferragni and Fedez: “I know what he’s doing. I know that she engages with her husband on various issues of social importanceand it is definitely one attentive woman also to topics other than those concerning his work related to fashion. It would be interesting to know her and to be able to maybe come together herein front of this large inscription “Indifference” that I wanted to be placed at the entrance to the Memorial precisely because this is the problem to be solved today“.
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Source: Vanity Fair