She has been described as being opinionated and outspoken.
The couple moved back to Italy in 1932, where Galeazzo took the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs.
By many accounts, theirs was an open marriage, and both had lovers.
However, her father liked Galeazzo and so his career prospered.
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Edda Mussolini (1 September 1910 – 9 April 1995) was the eldest child of Benito Mussolini, Italy's fascist dictator from 1922 to 1943.
Upon her marriage to fascist propagandist and foreign minister Galeazzo Ciano she became Edda Ciano, Countess of Cortellazzo and Buccari.
Her husband was executed in January 1944 for dissenting from Mussolini's rule.
She strongly denied her involvement in the National Fascist Party regime and had an affair with a Communist after her father's execution by the Italian partisans in April 1945.
She was born out of wedlock to Benito Mussolini and Rachele Guidi in Forlì, Romagna. In her early years, while her father was editor of Il Popolo d'Italia in Milan, Edda lived with Rachele in Forlì.
Her father became Prime Minister of Italy in October 1922 and Dictator after January 1925.
In March 1925, Rachele and Edda with her brothers and sisters, moved from Milan to Carpegna and then to Rome in November 1929 to live with their father. Her powerful father made dating difficult, as most young men feared him.