Giada de Laurentiis’ Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads

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  • March 15, 2021
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Whether you consider yourself a casual cook or you’re a self-proclaimed foodie, chances are, you’re familiar with celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. The chef is often referred to as the Queen of Italian Cuisine and it’s easy to see why.

Giada De Laurentiis is the real deal when it comes to Italian cooking. Not only does the Food Network star come from an Italian family, she actually grew up in Italy, too. On the Eater Upsell podcast, she revealed that she was only seven years old when she moved to America. As De Laurentiis explained to Insider, the move to the States didn’t necessarily mean that her upbringing was any less Italian. She recalled:

“My family takes their culture very seriously, so even when we moved to the U.S., we still lived very Italian lives. We spoke Italian at home, we only ate Italian food.”

While her Italian heritage gives her a solid understanding of the country’s cuisine and culture, it wasn’t always easy for the ambitious young cook. De Laurentiis explained to Architectural Digest:

“My grandfather, who’s from Naples, is especially Old World: When women get married, they have children, they don’t work. And if they do work, they don’t work in a professional kitchen.”

And because of that, De Laurentiis had to really forge her own path in the early days of her career.

Keep watching to see Giada de Laurentiis’ Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads.

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Italian born | 0:00
Bullied in school | 1:22
Early interest in cooking | 2:11
College studies | 2:55
Marriage | 3:42
Studies in Paris | 4:23
Big break | 5:16
Motherhood | 6:20
Coming into her own | 7:07
Divorce | 7:58
Vegas restaurant | 9:00
New love after marriage | 9:52
Happier than ever | 10:54

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