“Two British orphans who were plucked from obscurity by an Italian princess and given the names Prince Jonathan and Princess Gesine are fighting each other in court to decide whose children will inherit the family's magnificent Renaissance palace and £1bn (€1.068bn) fortune. . . . When the princess died at the age of 78 in December 2000, the two children inherited her 1,000-room palazzo in the centre of Rome, another in Genoa, 14 noble titles and one of the world's greatest art collections, including works by Raphael, Titian and Caravaggio.”