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The acclaimed biography by Jeffrey Robinson, now revised and updated to coincide with the major motion picture starring Nicole Kidman as Princess Grace.

It was one of the most famous romances of the 20th century—Europe's most eligible bachelor, Prince Rainier of Monaco, and America's most beautiful movie star, the Academy Award-winning actress Grace Kelly, fell in love against the backdrop of the closest thing the modern world has to a magical kingdom, the French Riviera's Principality of Monaco.

Told with affection and humor, and written with the unprecedented cooperation of Prince Rainier III and his children, Prince Albert, Princess Caroline, and Princess Stephanie, Grace of Monaco takes readers beneath the surface glitz and the glamour of Monte Carlo for a never-to-be-forgotten portrait of the House of Grimaldi. 

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Reader Reviews

Praise

“One of the best biographies of the year.” – St. Louis Post Dispatch


“Rekindles the magic of the century's greatest love stories.” – Daily Express


“Wonderful.” – USA Today


“Creates a picture of a fascinating woman and an enduring love affair.” – Boston Herald


“The first inside story of the world's most glamorous family.” – Sunday Mirror

Infodad blog, 7/9/15
“There is a fair amount of information here about Monaco, much of it interesting history…The book's discussion of how their public-relations work was handled by Nadia Lacoste certainly offers insight into celebrity management and marketing—at least in the 1950s…Robinson's book shows clearly how Grace and Rainier fit the “untouchable” model of celebrity, with people wanting to know everything they could about them, see as much of them as possible, but never for a moment believing that the glamorous lives of Grace and Rainier were anything like their own mundane ones…Grace of Monaco is a story of what celebrity used to be and how it changed over time.”

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