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Princess Stephanie’s daughter graduates from NY fashion school

Princess Stephanie’s daughter graduates from NY fashion school

By Staff Writer - December 22, 2017

Photo: Instagram  paulinedcrt
Photo: Instagram paulinedcrt

Pauline Ducruet, eldest daughter of Princess Stephanie, has graduated after completing her studies at the Parsons School of Design in New York. The 23-year-old posted the news to her 33,200 Instagram followers on Monday, December 18, together with a photo of the school building.

“THIS IS IT!! Goodbye to that school where I spent my days and nights for more than two years. Today is the first day of the rest of my life!! I AM DONE,” she wrote.

Photo: Instagram  paulinedcrt
Photo: Instagram paulinedcrt

Ms Ducruet – whose full name is Pauline Grace Maguy Ducruet – previously studied for three years at the prestigious Istituto Marangoni Fashion School in Paris. The qualification from the Parsons School of Design is an Associate’s Degree, the equivalent of a BTS in France.

Meanwhile on Wednesday, her older brother Louis, 25, assisted Prince Albert and Princess Charlene in their role of Santa at the annual children’s Christmas celebration at the palace.


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