Guccio Gucci passed away on January 2 in 1953. Following his passing, Gucci divided the shares of his company to three of his five sons, Aldo, Rodolfo, and Vasco. Does Guccio Gucci’s family still own Gucci? Aldo, Rodolfo, and Vasco opened stores in New York, London, and Paris, France all throughout the 1950s and 1960s.
He died of prostate cancer in Rome in January, 1990, at the age of 84 and was buried in the Gucci family mausoleum in Florence. Although a member of the House of Gucci, Guccio’s middle child was more involved in his acting career.
She was released from prison in 2016. Alessandra and Allegra Gucci were 18 and 14 years old when their father, Maurizio Gucci, was killed by a hitman who was hired by their mother, Patrizia Reggiani.
The Gucci fashion brand was initially the one shop in Florence that sold leather goods, handbags, gloves, wallets, and other accessories. Guccio Gucci passed away on January 2 in 1953. Following his passing, Gucci divided the shares of his company to three of his five sons, Aldo, Rodolfo, and Vasco.
Where is Patrizia Reggiani today?
For arranging the assassination, Patrizia is given 26 years in prison, but she only served 18. She’s now 72-years-old and still receives $1.2 million each year from her ex-husband’s estate. This was part of the divorce settlement, which the judge approved even after the murder.
Aldo Gucci died at the age of 84 of prostate cancer in 1990. Aldo’s son Paolo died in 1995 of chronic hepatitis. The others (grandchildren and children) are not involved with the company. Unfortunately, no one in the Gucci family has anything to do with the brand.