Many clandestine marriages in the 15th and 16th century caused big problems for the children of this kind of relationship because they were very often regarded as illegitimate children, since only very few people knew of the marriages of their parents. The only child of Fioretta Gorini und Giuliano de' Medici, their son Giulio de' Medici, had the same problem. He did not go down in history as Giulio Gorini, the illegitimate son of Fioretta Gorini, but he bore the name of his father "de' Medici". In 1513 some monks and the brother of Fioretta Gorini confirmed the clandestine marriage of the latter with Giuliano de' Medici. Their marriage was recorded in the Regest Leonis X. (n. 4598) for all times. (in: J. Nardi, Le storie della città di Firenze, Firenze 1684, p. 274). "When, in the autumn , there was a question of his [Giulio de' Medici] being made a Cardinal, it was attested by witnesses that a valid marriage had taken place secretly between his father and mother, Floreta, a special deed to that effect being drawn up [Regest. Leonis X., n. 4598]; and, on the 23rd of September, 1513, he was, at the age of thirty-five, raised to the much-coveted purple. Giulio received as his title S. Maria in Domnica, which had been that of Leo X. before he was elected Pope." (in: Ludwig Pastor, The History of the Popes – From the close of the Middle Ages – Drawn from the secret archives of the Vatican and other original sources, Volume VII, London 1908, pp. 81-82).