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American film actress who, after starring in several significant films in the early to mid-1950s, became Princess of Monaco by marrying Prince Rainier III in April 1956. Wikipedia

  • Caroline, Princess of Hanover

    Eldest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly. Elder sister of Prince Albert II and Princess Stéphanie. Wikipedia

  • Princess Stéphanie of Monaco

    Youngest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly. Younger sister of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, and Caroline, Princess of Hanover. Wikipedia

  • Albert II, Prince of Monaco

    Sovereign Prince of Monaco and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi. Son of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace. Wikipedia

  • Rainier III, Prince of Monaco

    The Prince of Monaco from 9 May 1949 to his death in 2005. Rainier ruled the Principality of Monaco for almost 56 years, making him one of the longest ruling monarchs in European history. Wikipedia

  • Charlene, Princess of Monaco

    Princess of Monaco and a former Olympic swimmer. Reigning Prince of Monaco and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi. Wikipedia

  • Member of the princely family of Monaco and the elder sister of Prince Rainier III and aunt of Albert II, Prince of Monaco. Her parents were Count Pierre de Polignac and Princess Charlotte, Duchess of Valentinois. Wikipedia

  • Heir apparent to the Monegasque throne. Son of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene and twin brother of Princess Gabriella. Wikipedia

  • Daughter of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. Second in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne, behind her twin brother, Hereditary Prince Jacques. Wikipedia

  • Marie of Lorraine

    Princess of the House of Lorraine-Guise and Princess of Monaco as consort of Antonio I of Monaco. The mother of Louise Hippolyte Grimaldi, the only sovereign Princess of Monaco. Wikipedia

  • Princess Charlotte, Duchess of Valentinois

    The daughter of Louis II, Prince of Monaco, and the mother of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. The Hereditary Princess of Monaco, heiress presumptive to the throne. Wikipedia

  • Ghislaine Dommanget

    French actress, and the Princess consort of Monaco from 1946 to 1949. The daughter of Colonel Robert Joseph Dommanget and his wife, Marie Louise Meunier (1867–1957). Wikipedia

  • Maria Caroline Gibert de Lametz

    French stage actress and a Princess Consort and regent de facto of Monaco by marriage to Florestan I, Prince of Monaco. The daughter of Charles-Thomas Gibert and Marie-Françoise Le Gras de Vaubercey (1766–1842). Wikipedia

  • Prince Pierre, Duke of Valentinois

    The father of Rainier III of Monaco. Promoter of art, music, and literature in Monaco and served as the head of the country's delegation to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization and to the International Olympic Committee. Wikipedia

  • Charles III, Prince of Monaco

    Prince of Monaco and Duke of Valentinois from 20 June 1856 to his death. The founder of the famous casino in Monte Carlo, as his title in Monegasque and Italian was Carlo III. Wikipedia

  • Fourth child of Princess Caroline of Monaco and third of Prince Ernst August of the defunct Kingdom of Hanover. Born on 20 July 1999 in Vöcklabruck, Upper Austria. Wikipedia

  • Alice Heine

    The American-born Princess consort of Monaco by marriage to Prince Albert I of Monaco. Marcel Proust used her as a model for the Princesse de Luxembourg in his novel, In Search of Lost Time. Wikipedia

  • Albert I, Prince of Monaco

    Prince of Monaco from 10 September 1889 until his death. He devoted much of his life to oceanography, exploration and science. Wikipedia

  • Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton

    Scottish noblewoman who was the great-grandmother of Prince Rainier III of Monaco, Prince Karl Johannes von Schwarzenberg and Princess Ira von Fürstenberg. The daughter of William Hamilton, 11th Duke of Hamilton and of his wife, Princess Marie Amelie of Baden. Wikipedia

  • Honoré II

    Prince of Monaco from 1604 to 1662. The first to be called Prince , but started his reign as Lord of Monaco. Wikipedia

  • Louis II, Prince of Monaco

    Prince of Monaco from 26 June 1922 to 9 May 1949. The only child of Albert I, Prince of Monaco (1848–1922), and Lady Mary Victoria Hamilton (1850–1922). Wikipedia

  • Maria Caterina Brignole

    Princess consort of Monaco by marriage to Honoré III, Prince of Monaco. Her husband died in 1795, and in 1798 she married Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de Condé. Wikipedia

  • Honoré V

    Prince of Monaco and Duke of Valentinois. The first son of Honoré IV of Monaco and Louise d'Aumont. Wikipedia

  • Florestan, Prince of Monaco

    Prince of Monaco and Duke of Valentinois from 2 October 1841 until his death. The second son of Prince Honoré IV and Louise d'Aumont Mazarin and succeeded to the throne on the death of his brother, Honoré V. Wikipedia

  • Honoré IV

    Prince of Monaco and Duke of Valentinois from 1814 to 16 February 1819. Managed by a regency of brother Joseph Grimaldi, and his son Prince Honoré V. Wikipedia

  • Jacques I, Prince of Monaco

    Prince of Monaco from 1731 to 1733. Also Duke of Valentinois from 1716 until 1733, and Count of Thorigny. Wikipedia

  • Prince Joseph of Monaco

    Monagasque prince and brother of Honoré IV, Prince of Monaco. He served as regent of Monaco on behalf of his brother in 1814-1815. Wikipedia

  • Princess Florestine of Monaco

    The youngest child and only daughter of Florestan I, Prince of Monaco, and his wife, Maria Caroline Gibert de Lametz. Member of the House of Grimaldi and a Princess of Monaco by birth and a member of the House of Württemberg and Duchess consort of Urach and Countess of Württemberg through her marriage to Wilhelm, 1st Duke of Urach. Wikipedia

  • Catherine Charlotte de Gramont

    The Princess of Monaco by marriage to Louis I of Monaco. Known to have been a mistress of Louis XIV of France in 1666. Wikipedia

  • Antonio I, Prince of Monaco

    The sovereign Prince of Monaco from 1701 to 1731. The elder son of Louis I of Monaco and Catherine Charlotte de Gramont. Wikipedia

  • Lucien, Lord of Monaco

    Lucien (1487 – 22 August 1523) became Lord of Monaco on 11 October 1505, having murdered his predecessor and brother, Jean II, and held that sovereignty until his death. The fourth son of Lambert Grimaldi and Claudine Grimaldi (1451–1515). Wikipedia

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