Movie legend and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly’s granddaughter is all grown up and has inherited her famous grandmother’s beauty.

The Hollywood film star was never off the screen during the 1950s but despite only having a six-year career, it was prolific.

Grace Kelly was once one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood and entered the world of performing when she was 20, appearing in New York City theatrical productions.

After that, she embarked on a busy TV career during the Golden Age of Television. All the actresses of that era had so much poise, class and were just stunning – Grace Kelly was perhaps the most beautiful.

The Philadelphia-born star, who was the epitome of class and beauty, also appeared in many movies between 1952 and 1956, including adventure romance Mogambo alongside Clark Gable and Ava Gardner, which earned her a Golden Globe for best supporting actress.

The following year she appeared in The Country Girl with Bing Crosby and won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Among the 11 movies she starred in over the course of just five years, the most notable were the comedy musical High Society starring alongside Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra and three Alfred Hitchcock movies Dial M for Murder;  Rear Window; and To Catch a Thief with Cary Grant.

But the successful actress retired from the big screen at just 26 years old to marry Prince Rainier III and become Princess of Monaco.

In just 6 years, this much-loved starlet had made 11 successful movies, won two Golden Globes and Academy Award, and married a prince.

Her marriage to such a high-profile member of royalty meant she couldn’t continue her acting career. Instead, she went on to have three children Caroline, Princess of Hanover, Albert II, Prince of Monaco and Princess Stéphanie and focused on her philanthropic work.

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