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Official photo of Grimaldi Family

Official photo of Grimaldi Family

By Cassandra Tanti - November 24, 2019

The Prince’s Palace has released an official photograph of the reigning Grimaldi family as part of National Day Celebrations.

The charming photograph was taken in the Salle des Gardes of the Prince’s Palace on Tuesday 19th November, the day Monaco officially celebrates its ruling family and the Principality’s long and proud history.

The Palace had earlier published official photographs of the ceremony, during which the Prince and Princess, together with their children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella presented to the crowd through a window of the Palace, as is traditional on National Day. Media across the globe swooned over Prince Jacques traditional military attire and Princess Gabriella’s red beret.

The family photograph released on Friday includes Princess Stephanie and her son Louis Ducruet, Caroline Princess of Hanover, Andrea Casiraghi and his wife Tatiana Casiraghi with their children India and Alexandre Casiraghi, Pierre Casiraghi and his wife Beatrice.

In the background is the Grimaldi family coat of arms.


Photo was taken by the Prince’s Palace of Monaco

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