The funeral of Giulia Tramontano, the 29-year-old seven-month-pregnant woman killed with at least 37 stab wounds by her 30-year-old bartender boyfriend Alessandro Impagnatiello, will be held this afternoon in Sant'Antimo, the municipality in the province of Naples where she was born and where her parents live. "They were torn from the love of loved ones Giulia and Thiago Tramontano," reads the funeral poster. The funeral "will take place on Sunday, June 11", at 15 pm, in the Parish of Santa Lucia. In the poster a photo of Giulia smiling. "The sad announcement - we read again - the parents and grandparents Loredana and Franco, the brothers and uncles Chiara and Mario, the grandmother Giulia, the uncles and relatives all". The mayor of the Municipality Massimo Buonanno explains that it is "a strictly private ceremony" and asks for "the maximum observance of this will as further proof of the closeness and affection that the entire community has already heartily demonstrated".
In Senago a mural to remember Giulia and Thiago - Lombardy
Artists at work at the point where the body was found (ANSA)
"Thank you all for the affection you have shown us in these atrocious days. Your thoughts have flooded us with love and closeness. Now, however, is the time of the last intimate and heartbreaking farewell to Giulia and Thiago and we would like to live it together with relatives and close friends". This was written on social media by Chiara Tramontano, Giulia's sister, 7 months pregnant and killed on May 27 by her boyfriend Alessandro Impagnatiello in Senago, in the Milan area. Chiara Tramontano refers to the funeral that will be held tomorrow afternoon in private form in Sant'Antimo (Naples). "We are sure that you will understand - he explains - why in these days you have shown that you know how to live our same pain, operate our own silence and commemorate Giulia with love and respect".