Even in her capacity as first lady of the Rock, Charlene of Monaco would not have had the right to some property belonging to Grace Kelly, her illustrious mother-in-law.
Some dresses would have been monopolized by her mother-in-law, Caroline of Monaco, and her niece Charlotte Casiraghi.
This confirmed it in an interview in Harper’s Bazaar.
The Monegasque heiress attributed, as the magazine Here resumes, that to date, most of Grace Kelly’s dresses “are archived in the Grimaldi family palace”.
Caroline of Monaco and her daughter have recovered some.
“My mother has a black Balenziaga dress (..) and also some suits that she had made by a tailor in London. And I also have a skirt and a jacket,” producer Dimitri Rassam’s wife said.
Charlene of Monaco would not have had the right to anything, as specified last September Paris Match, where there was a case of humiliation.
“Monaco is a village populated by sharks and vipers”, denounced Charlène of Monaco, who suffered a humiliation on the occasion of the opening of the Grace Kelly exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum.
His visit had been penalized for a strange reason: “Time for the Hermès house to give the ‘real’ princesses Caroline and Stéphanie two Kelly bags”.
No gift was planned for her, except to access the first circle.