Meloni started to show all the media the document that prohibits them from posting photos of her minor daughter
Immediately after the announcement of the winner in Sunday's elections, Giorgia Meloni is the headline of the news in Italy and, as usually happens, her family did not escape without being commented on either.
But the future Italian Prime Minister, through her legal representative, has decided to stop the persecution and the publication of photos and every detail about her daughter.
"Don't take pictures of him, don't follow him, don't scare him. Protect the girl from excessive public attention," writes Giorgia Meloni in the document distributed to the media by her lawyer Anna Bernardini De Pace.
In this way, Meloni tries to avoid repeating what has already happened, where in less than 48 hours, after her victory, almost everything contained in her Instagram profile was published.
"Giorgia Meloni and Andrea Giambruno invite any public or private information media, printed or online, agencies, publishers, newspapers, magazines to avoid in any way and by any means the publication and distribution of photos of the little girl and also not to follow her," says this document, which also requires the privacy of other data such as addresses and places frequented by her family.