Monika's Personal Life
Monika Bacardi occupies a lot of her leisure time promoting the causes and charitable entities that happen to be to her liking. Lady Bacardi married the Lord of Bayfield Hall (Lord Luis Bacardi - a descendant of the creator of the Bacardi Company) and they produced a daughter. Monika Bacardi really loves her work and, because of this, it is also a big part of her personal life.
The Passions of Monika Bacardi: Art and 7th Art
Monika Bacardi is passionate about photography and modern art, appreciating the creations of many celebrated artists and photographers. She is part of the Monaco Project for the Arts, helping to support the University of Plastic Arts and establish artistic partnerships in Monaco. Monika Bacardi eagerly supports Amis de l'Opera, an organisation that has assisted l'Opera de Monte Carlo for over thirty years.
Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
Monika Bacardi spends a lot of time in the United States and various parts of Europe, though she lives in Monaco, where she is quite famous and has a high profile. Her husband managed the Bacardi enterprise for four decades before passing away in 2005. Subsequently, Lady Bacardi has revealed an amazing business talent. She is fluent in French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is reckoned to be one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts arena. Hailing from Italy, the "Lady of Bayfield Hall" (most frequently called Lady Bacardi, or just Monika Bacardi or, recently, "The Queen of Charity") has become quite a personality in modern-day cinematic circles throughout Europe and the USA.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is something for which (and alongside with) Monika Bacardi has been involved in quite a few projects. She raises understanding of the effects of people's pursuits on the natural planet through the foundation. A variety of humanitarian matters are of great significance to Monika Bacardi. One, in particular, in which she is active is eco-sustainability.
With the aid of the AMBI Group, Monika Bacardi endeavours to distribute between 8 and 10 movies per year, covering anything from in-house to third-party productions. She works to fund, produce and distribute movies to an international market in her role as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. The renowned 'PHOTO' magazine (which has been running since the sixties) was bought by Monika Bacardi several years ago. To be a principal supplier of popular films for production houses and major distributors around the globe is the goal of the AMBI Group.