Ten months after her shooting at the Uffizi, Chiara Ferragni visits Palazzo Pitti during the Florentine day spent among museums. The digital entrepreneur, today in Florence, after meeting the mayor of Florence Dario Nardella in the Palazzo Vecchio, presented herself together with the mayor and the councilor for culture Tommaso Sacchi, at the entrance of the former Medici palace: to welcome her, the director of the Uffizi Galleries Eike Schmidt. Chiara Ferragni’s stay in the Palace for an hour and a half: in particular, the director, in the guise of a guide, led her to discover the rooms that house the Treasury of the Grand Dukes and the paintings and sculptures of the Palatine Gallery. Then there was a moment in the place where the pret-a-porter was born, the Sala Bianca, and a final stop on the terrace overlooking the beautiful view of the heart of the cradle of the Renaissance. In particular, the digital entrepreneur admired the large fresco by Giovanni di San Giovanni (Treasury of the Grand Dukes) and, in Palatina, Raphael’s masterpieces such as the Madonna della Seggiola and La Velata; Chiara Ferragni then took a selfie in front of Canova’s Italic Venus, also in Palatina, and granted a photo together with Eike Schmidt, in front of Raphael’s very famous portrait of Leo X.