Gabrielle Choo at home for the holidays…


Recently returned from Paris where they attended the international and aristocratically star-studded Bal de Crillon débutantes ball, Beverly Hills real estate agent Christophe Choo and his sublimely charming wife Gabrielle-Duchess von Schoeneberg, graciously invited Beverly Hills Resident Magazine for a quiet moment At Home to discover why Beverly Hills remains one of their favourite cities in the world.

Although born and raised Angelenos, Christophe and Gabrielle Choo have the unique ability to leave friends and newly met acquaintances completely smitten by their hallmark European charm and nobility- a sort of elegant and natural glamour which is both down to earth and inspiring. They are the quintessential modern Beverly Hills couple who work hard and take pride in giving back to the community in which they live. Despite a bevy of charitable and philanthropic activities as well as business meetings and international social networking, Christophe and Gabrielle still take time to be veritable ambassadors for the city that Christophe refers to as “one of the greatest little cities in the world”. Whether dining in one of their favourite local restaurants like Villa Blanca, Spago, or Mr. Chow, filming the latest installment of Christophe’s insider’s video reports of the Platinum Triangle’s finest homes and shopping experiences, or attending fashionable local events, the Choo’s are dyed in-the-wool advocates for the simple and almost hometown pleasures that can be discovered here in Beverly Hills.

But what truly characterizes their dedication to the local area is their combined passion for charitable causes like Christophe’s Covenant House of California which assists local homeless youth. For long-time advocate of the healing and restorative properties of Chinese medicine, Gabrielle leverages her vast knowledge and international network to provide support to Yo San University which, in collaboration with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, offers acupuncture treatments to children that are experiencing severe pain. She is also involved with Being Alive which provides a comprehensive set of peer-based social services delivered by and for people living with HIV as well as the Venice Family Clinic to help provide free, quality health care services to the under-served and uninsured population….

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