Mail Online:  “An icy atmosphere has descended across the vast marble halls of the Palazzo Doria in Rome of late. Amid the Renaissance cloisters, the scent of lemon trees and the gentle sound of birdsong have done little to disguise the family drama being played out within its walls.  The Palazzo is home to Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj and his sister Princess Gesine, who had been abandoned as babies in a London orphanage and adopted in the Sixties by a London-born Italian princess and her British naval officer husband.  The rags-to-riches story of how they were rescued from poverty and brought up in the lap of luxury in the Italian capital is a romantic tale which, by any reckoning, deserves a happy ending.”