Grace Kelly’s Granddaughter Gets Married In Monaco

Charlotte Casiraghi, the granddaughter of the legendary actress and princess Grace Kelly, got married to film producer Dimitri Rassam on Saturday in Monaco.

Charlotte, who is the 32 year-old daughter of Princess Caroline and granddaughter of Princess Grace, married her husband at the Prince’s Palace in a civil ceremony. She and Dimitri are already parents to a 6-month-old son named Balthazar, and they also each already have children from prior relationships.

At the wedding, Charlotte wore a long-sleeve grey dress by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, and she reportedly had her hair styled by John Nollet. Meanwhile, Dimitri wore a navy blue suit with light-blue tie and white pocket square. He is the son of French actress and model Carole Bouquet and French film producer Jean-Pierre Rassam.

Attendees at the wedding included Charlotte’s uncle, Prince Albert II, his wife, Princess Charlene, Princess Caroline and the groom’s mother. Others in attendance were Charlotte’s brothers Andrea and Pierre Casiraghi, and her sister, Alexandra de Hanover, as well as the groom’s half-brother, Louis Giacobetti, and his cousin, Thomas Langmann.


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Charlotte’s grandmother Grace was an award-winning American actress who married Monaco’s Prince Rainier III on April 19, 1956. She tragically passed away in a car accident in 1982. Unfortunately, Charlotte never got to meet her grandmother since she passed away four years before her birth, but Grace would undoubtedly be very proud of her if she were alive today.


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