(Photo via Getty Images) Allegra's battle with her health is ongoing and she typically stays away from Versace headquarters, despite being the company's official director.
"If Allegra sees her own photos or sees herself on TV, she loses her mind.
Donatella did not want her daughter portrayed in the show." We know so little about Allegra Versace, someone who's life was changed forever when her uncle Gianni was returning home from a beach walk to find killer Andrew Cunanan one July morning in 1997.
She got lost in the darkness following the murder of her uncle - someone she calls a 'genius' - and, despite her enviable status within a family of immense power and wealth, you can't help wondering: She'd prefer to be someone, anyone, else.
Allegra Beck and Donatella Versace attend the Costume Institute Gala for the "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2013 in New York City.It made her the largest stakeholder in the business, with her uncle Santo owning 30 per cent and her mother Donatella owning 20 per cent. Allegra's first move as the most powerful person under the Versace banner was to ask for more time.She wanted a few years of 'freedom', according to Donatella who spoke to , as she wished to finish her university studies.Donatella Versace, 62, is the chief designer and vice president of Versace Group.The Italian brand was started by her late brother Gianni, who was shot dead outside his home in Miami aged just 50.