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Grimaldi Family Who are Grace Kelly’s Children & Grandchildren

In an interview by People magazine in 1958 Princess Grace expressed her desire to look forward to the future with optimism considering her role of future grandmother as an exciting experience. A concept that was already clear in previous declarations. A cruel fate prevented her from experiencing this feeling since her grandchildren were all born after her tragic death on September the 13th 1982.

This did not prevent the myth of Grace to continue to live through her descendants that have kept the media’s attention alive to this day.

Grace Kelly’s / Princess Grace’s children are, by age:

  1. Princess Caroline (23rd January 1957)
  2. Prince Albert II of Monaco (14th March 1958)
  3. Princess Stéphanie (1st February 1965)
Grace Kelly
The Princely Family on the stairs of the Court of Honor of the Prince’s Palace. Georges Lukomski – Archives du Palais Princier de Monaco

1. H.S.H. Princess Carolina and Stefano Casiraghi children:

a. In 1984 (June the 8th), Princess Caroline gave birth in Monaco to Andrea Casiraghi who grew at the International School of Paris; McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; graduated with a bachelor’s degree in visual arts and international politics from the American University of Paris in 2006.

In August 2013, he got married to Tatiana Santo Domingo. Children: Alexandre Casiraghi (born March 21, 2013), India Casiraghi (born April 12, 2015) and Maximilian Casiraghi (born April 19, 2018).

4th in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne.
Passions and Interests: He has been involved in philanthropic actions (Motrice Foundation, Grace Kelly Foundation and World Association of Children’s Friends – AMADE).

Pierre and Andrea Casiraghi
Pierre and Andrea Casiraghi

b. In 1986 (August the 3rd), Princess Caroline gave birth in Monaco to Charlotte Casiraghi who graduated in Arts and Philosophy at Paris IV University (Sorbonne).

She is a journalist and a film producer (i.e. “Our Lady of Nile” by Atiq Rahimi)
From 2011 to 2015 she was engaged with the actor Gad Elmaleh, Moroccan naturalized French.
On June the 1st 2019, she got married with the French film producer, Dimitri Rassam.

Children: Raphaël Elmaleh (17th December 2013) with Gad Elmaleh, and Balthazar Rassam (13th October 2018) [12th in line of succession] with Dimitri Rassam.

11th in the Line of succession to the Monegasque throne.
Passions and Interests: She is main sponsor of Public Safety Division & Maritime and Airport Police of Monaco.

Tatiana Santo Domingo

c. In 1987 (September the 5th) Princess Caroline gave birth in Monaco to Pierre Casiraghi who studied International Economics and Management at Bocconi University in Milan.
On the 25th July 2015 he got married with Beatrice Borromeo

Children: Stefano Casiraghi (28th February 2017) and Francesco Casiraghi (21st May 2018).

8th in the Line of succession to the Monegasque throne.

Passions and Interests: he is currently a business man founder and promoter of Team Malizia sailing project strongly linked to environmental eco-awareness and education towards next generations. He has been fond of inshore racing and car racing for a long time. He is the majority shareholder of Monacair and of Engeco, founded by his father: Stefano Casiraghi. His is also Vice-president of the Yacht Club de Monaco Committee and honorary member of the Jeune Chambre Économique de Monaco.

2. H.R.H. Princess Carolina and Ernst August, Prince of Hanover, children:

Princess Alexandra of Hanover was born on the 20th July 1999 in Austria – she is the heiress of the well-established House of Hanover. She grew up in Monaco attending François d’Assise Nicolas Barré educational institution. She is fond of skating representing Monaco at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival in Austria.

Princess Caroline

3. H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco children:

a. Jacques was born in Monaco on the 10th December 2014 – he was appointed as the Hereditary Prince of Monaco.
1st in the Line of succession to the Monegasque throne.
He has a twin sister, Princess Gabriella.
b. Gabriella, Countess of Carladès, was born in Monaco on the 10th December 2014.
2nd in the Line of succession to the Monegasque throne.
She has the Hereditary Prince as her twin brother.

Monaco National Day

4. H.S.H. Stéphanie of Monaco and Daniel Ducruet children:

a. Louis Ducruet was born in Monaco on the 26th November 1992 – in 2015 he achieved a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management at the Western Carolina University after attending the Lycée Français de Zurich; the Lycée Albert Premier and Skema Business School in Sophia Antipolis – he is particularly fond of football.

15th in the Line of succession to the Monegasque Throne.
On the 26th July 2019 he got married with Maria Hoa Chevallier.
Since last year (2020) he had been working with Monaco Football Club – AS Monaco – focusing on talent scouting – he is also co-manager at Monadeco, company founded by his father.

b. Pauline Ducruet was born in Monaco on the 4th May 1994 – after attending Lycée Prince Albert Premier in Monaco she graduated in fashion design at Parsons School of Design in 2017. She is currently a fashion designer and influencer.

She conceived the Influences Awards in Monaco and she often attends events during the most popular Fashion Weeks (e.g.: Paris and Monte-Carlo). She has recently presented her fashion label.
16th in the Line of succession to the Monegasque Throne.

Monaco National Day
Pauline Ducruet, Princess Stephanie and Louis Ducruet

5. H.S.H. Stéphanie of Monaco and Jean Raymond Gottlieb children:

a. Camille Gottlieb was born in Monaco on the 15th July 1998 – she attended the Collège Charles III.
She is not in the Line of succession to the Monegasque Throne since their parents didn’t get married. She founded Be Safe Monaco, an organisation aimed at raising awareness of the risks of drunk driving.

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