Looking for a Palace for a Prince on Selling New York 

Jan 18, 2012

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Looking for a Palace for a Prince on Selling New York


Former ABC “Bachelor” Prince Lorenzo Borghese arrived on Long Island by helicopter this week to check out society maven Cornelia Guest’s sprawling, $8.9 million estate in Old Westbury, reports The Post’s Jennifer Gould Keil. The dashing prince’s house hunt is being chronicled on the current season of HGTV’s reality series “Selling New York,” with his broker Michele Kleier and her daughters Samantha and Sabrina. The dashing prince and Guest had more in common than their interest in her 11-bedroom mansion on 11 acres. Guest is on the board of the Humane Society of New York, and Borghese is founder of canine grooming brand Royal Treatment, as well as an ambassador for the Human Society of the United States. We also hear Borghese is developing his own reality series, “Prince of Pets,” which he plans to star in and produce.


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The stars of HGTV's “Selling New York” let fans step inside the high-profile world of Manhattan real estate in a wild and one-of-a-kind novel of stormy egos, sumptuous homes, and staggering fame and fortune. Written by Michele, Samantha & Sabrina Kleier.