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Donatella Versace with daughter Allegra at a tribute for Gianni Versace

07/18/2007 at 01:25 AM ET

Donatella Versace, 52, and daughter Allegra, 21, attended a ballet, meant to pay tribute to Gianni Versace who was murdered 10 years back. Gianni’s long-time friend, choreographer Maurice Béjart had devised Thank You, Gianni With Love, a performance in the designer’s memory. Allegra seems to have made the most of the treatment for anorexia she received in March. Donatella’s other child with ex-husband Paul Beck, son Daniel, 16, was not present.

Source: Hello!

Thanks to CBB reader Mary Beth.

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okee on

her son was there but he was cut off the photo on an nother site you can see him

estherpanda on

Maurice Béjart is a very famous french dancer and choreographer….he’s not a photographer!

Anna on

The mother looks like a bobble-head, so why is it a surprise that the daughter is anorexic?!

Sabina on

Donatella is the same age as my dad and she looks older than my grandmother!! If ever there was an advert against sunbathing and plastic surgery she has to be it. Allegra is beautiful though.

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