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Having read through the exhibition catalog by Frederic Mitterrand, which is excellent and well worth buying I might add. I thought it would be nice to hear a few words from Princess Grace herself:

" I would like to be remembered as someone who accomplished useful deeds, and who was a kind and loving person. I would like to leave the memory of a human being with a correct attitude and who did her best to help others."

"My father had a very simple view of life: you don't get anything for nothing. Everything has to be earned, through work, persistence and honesty. My father also had a deep charm, the gift of winning our trust. He was the kind of man with whom many people dream of spending an evening."

"It would be very sad if children had no memories before those of school. What they need most is the love and attention of their mother."

Some of those I've already read somewhere, but some are quite new, it's so nice to read something said by

"Fairy tales tell imaginary stories. Me, I'm a living person. I exist. If the story of my life as a real woman were to be told one day, people would at last discover the real being that I am."


May she rest in peace!
You had great thought, hibou! A big thanks for sharing it with us!
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Having read through the exhibition catalog by Frederic Mitterrand, which is excellent and well worth buying I might add. I thought it would be nice to hear a few words from Princess Grace herself:

" I would like to be remembered as someone who accomplished useful deeds, and who was a kind and loving person. I would like to leave the memory of a human being with a correct attitude and who did her best to help others."

"My father had a very simple view of life: you don't get anything for nothing. Everything has to be earned, through work, persistence and honesty. My father also had a deep charm, the gift of winning our trust. He was the kind of man with whom many people dream of spending an evening."

"It would be very sad if children had no memories before those of school. What they need most is the love and attention of their mother."

"Fairy tales tell imaginary stories. Me, I'm a living person. I exist. If the story of my life as a real woman were to be told one day, people would at last discover the real being that I am."


May she rest in peace!
And that dear hibou is the stuff that ideals are made of. Thanks for remembering this great lady as HSH Princess Grace herself would have wanted to be remembered , not through interpretation but so beautifully succinctly and correct from a direct quotation.
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Old 11-09-2007, 10:53 AM
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the exhibition in monaco about the grace kelly years

do any forum members know where i would be able to get the exhibition programme? i emailed the organisers but the postage to the uk was very expensive
if any forum member can help to would be really appreciated thanks
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Old 11-09-2007, 12:58 PM
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do any forum members know where i would be able to get the exhibition programme? i emailed the organisers but the postage to the uk was very expensive
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I have one copy. Do you want me to send it to you ?
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Old 11-09-2007, 10:51 PM
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do any forum members know where i would be able to get the exhibition programme? i emailed the organisers but the postage to the uk was very expensive
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Amazon.com had a few left the other day try there.
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do any forum members know where i would be able to get the exhibition programme? i emailed the organisers but the postage to the uk was very expensive
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Hello everyone,

This is my first post on The Royal Forums, first of all I would like to thank you all for all the wonderfull photo's of HSH Princess Grace!!! I flew to Monaco last year just to be able to see the exhibition. I consider it as one of the highlights of my life! Do you know that yesterday the exhibition opened in Paris? Les Annees Grace Kelly will be open untill august 16 th. you can find the information here: http://www.monaco-consulate.com/pdf/...race_paris.pdf I am deffinatly going to plan a trip to Paris. This is a must see for all Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco fans!!
You can find more information and great photo's here: Accueil paris.fr - Paris.fr
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ohh how great to have someone posting whom has been to Monaco and seen and enjoyed the exhibition recently! h-m-m-m what was it about the exhibition you liked the most? was it the fashion or what else? when you went to Monaco what was the thing you liked the most? what were your favorite things about Monaco that you considered to be your personal favorite things to do and to go? how did you feel about the atmosphere in general of Monaco, did you get to sample some of the nightlife? please do elaborate. how about the swimming and the shopping? There so much to know about Monaco that it's really a lot of fun to learn it from those who have experienced it firsthand.
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Old 06-11-2008, 12:23 PM
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Hello everyone,

This is my first post on The Royal Forums, first of all I would like to thank you all for all the wonderfull photo's of HSH Princess Grace!!! I flew to Monaco last year just to be able to see the exhibition. I consider it as one of the highlights of my life! Do you know that yesterday the exhibition opened in Paris? Les Annees Grace Kelly will be open untill august 16 th. you can find the information here: http://www.monaco-consulate.com/pdf/...race_paris.pdf I am deffinatly going to plan a trip to Paris. This is a must see for all Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco fans!!
You can find more information and great photo's here: Accueil paris.fr - Paris.fr
This is welcome news. I note on the site that its free admission too. When the exhibition opened in Monaco last year there was mention that it would travel to Paris & London, so hopefully it will get to the UK eventually! I was lucky to be able to visit it last year & agree it was pretty memorable.
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Hello everyone,

This is my first post on The Royal Forums, first of all I would like to thank you all for all the wonderfull photo's of HSH Princess Grace!!! I flew to Monaco last year just to be able to see the exhibition. I consider it as one of the highlights of my life! Do you know that yesterday the exhibition opened in Paris? Les Annees Grace Kelly will be open untill august 16 th. you can find the information here: http://www.monaco-consulate.com/pdf/...race_paris.pdf I am deffinatly going to plan a trip to Paris. This is a must see for all Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco fans!!
You can find more information and great photo's here: Accueil paris.fr - Paris.fr

Welcome to the forums, ForeverGrace, and thank you for posting those links for all of us.
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Old 06-11-2008, 03:24 PM
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Woohooow so many questions.... I will try to answer them.
Monaco is just wonderfull, magical, when we arrived there it felt like comming home, I felt at pease there. We visted the Palace, it was so strange to walk in the rooms and hallways where once my beloved Princess walked. The Palace is amazing! We visited the Cathedral, where the Grimaldi's are buried, standing at HSH Princess Grace her grave made me cry, it was so intens and so emotional. I really feld close to her! The people of Monaco are amazing, very friendly!!! There is so much to see and to do, we could not see it all. The exhibition was so beautiful, her clothes, her shoes, her diamonds and pearls, her furs, her portraits, all those wonderful portairs. The letters she wrote and got (from Queen Elizabeth, Jackie O., Princess Diana etc etc) and of course her weddingdress... O MY GOD... Amazing! Even loveletters to and from Prince Rainier, toys from when the children were little, I could go on and on! You reallyfelt like you had been given the chance to have a look inside Princess Grace her life, I felt privileged. After my visit I wrote a letter to Prince Albert thanking him and his sisters for the chance to see all those wonderfull and special items, that once belonged to a Princess I loved and love so dearly! There are amazing shops in Monaco!!!
And at the Grimaldi Forum I shopped till I dropped, I brought home with me some great portaits (among other things). I hope this answers some of the questions, if not, feel free to ask!

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Old 07-06-2008, 12:09 PM
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The exhibition that pays tribute to HSH Princess Grace is going on tour.
This is an email I recived from The Consulate of Monaco in New York:

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email. I apologize for the delayed response. It is wonderful to hear that you enjoyed the exhibition in Monaco last year. Please find below all the information we received regarding the “Grace Kelly Years” Exhibition at the Paris City Hall.


The “Grace Kelly Years” Exhibition at the Paris City Hall:

Following its success in the Principality last summer (with a record 135 000 admissions), “The Grace Kelly Years” is now on display at the Paris City Hall. The exhibition was opened on Tuesday 10th June in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, the Mayor of Paris, Bertrand Delanoë and various key figures.

The exhibition paying tribute to Princess Grace is being held in the Salle Saint Jean at the Paris City Hall, over a surface area of 700 m2 compared to 4 000 m2 when it was originally set up in the Principality. Fewer items therefore, but the exhibition’s approach relating her life, has been preserved. The magic has remained intact and
the Parisian public will be able to discover her correspondence with her friends in Hollywood and some of the great names of the world, her personal belongings, her wardrobe, her jewellery and accessories such as the famous Hermès bag. They will also be able to see extracts of her main films and family films shot by the Princess herself. The exhibition, whose curator is Frédéric Mitterrand, will stay in Paris until 16th August when at the end of 2008 it will leave for Moscow, followed by Doa in Qatar at the beginning of 2009, and then later Rome, London and Melbourne.

Practical Information:

"The Grace Kelly Years : Princess of Monaco"
Salle Saint-Jean at the Paris City Hall
5, rue Lobau, 75004 Paris
from 10th June to 16th August 2008
Open every day except Sundays and bank holidays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (doors close at 6.15 p.m.)
Free admission for all


I hope this information is helpful to you.
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:34 AM
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I saw the exhibit in Paris after a long wait : a line of an hour and a half, outside, fortunately the weather was perfect. Most of the people in the line appeared to be French, and of a certain age, and very well-dressed and well-mannered, almost as if Princess Grace continued to serve as a model of behavior and style. The exhibit is widely advertised in Paris and since it is centrally located, close to other touristic destinations, it is a breeze getting there.

I wasn't sure what to expect but once inside it is like entering another world, more gentle and genteel than the present one. It is so full of reminiscences, starting with the Kelly family, with snippets of home movies, exhibits and clips of movies of her Hollywood days, the engagement, the arrival in Monaco, the wedding, her first years as a young mother, the balls... The organizers did a splendid job surrounding you with the period atmosphere (posters, magazine covers, life-size photographs, her clothes, letters, etc), so as you move from section to section, you enter a different world each time and really don't want to leave (hence the queue...). People linger as they watch the segments of movies again and again.

The home movies are very moving, as everybody (except professional Grace) does what people used to do back then when they were filmed: they face the camera head on with a big grin, wave, and then usually run away with a big show of action and movement. Or else, they are told to do something, such as suddenly appear at a door, window, go from a sitting position to a standing position, etc... It is all very fake and perfectly adorable.

Prince Rainier is obviously shy and ill at ease (but quite handsome and debonnair-looking) and it is touching seeing how Grace tries to make him feel comfortable with her family, holding his arm, sitting very close to him, looking at him tenderly, feminine and almost motherly at the same time. Her smile is brilliant and the whole Kelly family, when Grace was a kid and teenager, is unbelievably gorgeous and athletic and wholesome, it's almost unreal. The men look strong and used to wielding authority but the women are no wimps either. Everybody seems to have a strong character, the family dynamics must have been interesting.

Grace, as a princess, and excuse what seems to be a pun, has a grace and elegance that I haven't seen anywhere else. She always moves with poise, ease, and fluidity, and it must have been a comfort to others to have such a presence around them, with a calming effect, as if there was no reason to feel nervous and anxious about anything.

Her sense of fun or humor or love of whimsicality is also obvious in the ball film segments, her smile is different. It is almost as if this was her private fun even though it is in such a public event, but paradoxically, that's where you catch the best glimpse of her inner life: I guess because at last in the costume balls she could revert to being an actress, as in a film, or period film, it wasn't just official business.

Then there are the clips with her children in childhood and adolescence, for instance all of them peeling potatoes on the yacht. In all the clippings, the family seems so close together, you get a sense of genuine enjoyment in being together, and also it's so unpretentious, cozy. They look like any family on vacation having a good time together, except they are all better-looking than the average family, but they certainly don't look or act like billionaires.

The letters are very moving, but mostly it was the Polaroid type pictures that I had never seen before that I found interesting: that part though makes you feel a bit voyeuristic, because they are obviously private family pictures put on display for complete strangers.

The dresses, and especially the suit Grace wore for the civil wedding ceremony, are gorgeous, although the ball gowns are not as grandiose as they appear in pictures.

Going to the exhibit is kind of like going to see a movie, you are transported into another world and it takes you a while, once outside, to readjust to reality (although Paris was beautiful on that gorgeous day, but I am talking about time, not space.)


I wish there had been more mementoes, souvenirs you could buy in the gift shop, which had very little to offer.(I guess it's just as well for my vacation budget, but as a way to contribute to a charity, it would be very profitable for Monaco, for I am sure everybody is ready to splurge to take a bit of nostalgia away with them. ) I did purchase a Princess Grace DVD which I watched later: a series of clippings, mostly of Grace attending openings of this or that event : it is the most soporific DVD I have ever seen. After finally finishing it on the third try, I felt renewed admiration for what it takes to be a princess and felt lucky I was not one. I am not cut out for that job: so many boring events where you have to be charming to everyone and pretend to be interested in so many things. Grace of course always conducted herself perfectly (so did her children, what discipline and self-control at such an early age, it's amazing), but I felt particularly bad watching the clipping of her visit to Canada where she went on smiling (although she looked more tired than usual) when she was about to have that tragic miscarriage, having carried a dead foetus in her womb for several days.

So, if anybody is going to Paris, or whereever the exhibit is going on next, you must go, even if it's a horrendously long line. Bring a good book or a good friend, and time will fly. For Princess Grace's fans, (or her children), it's a once in a life time experience.

Special thanks to monaco70s, always looking after me, for making sure I wouldn't miss the exhibit !
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I could visit the Monaco Exposition of Princess Grace last summer. It was WONDERFUL, I cry... For me, was a present of my mother, who know that Grace Kelly represent the woman who all girls want to be...
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iloveroyals, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your post about your visit to the exhibition. I tried to visualise some of the things you described but I suppose it's an exhibition that you have to see for yourself. Thank you.

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Big thanks from me too, iloveroyals It's been a great pleasure
to read your very detailed description, you've managed to take us on a round
tour without having been there ourselves. I nearly scent the museums' air
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Thank you all ! I must say I keep thinking about the visit and wondering why the magic of Princess Grace has endured. In this electoral year when a key word seems to be bipartisanship, I can't help but remember how my family, (parents, grand-parents, aunts and uncles), very much on the left, could not have found fault with Princess Grace, how she embodied the ideal in human beings, how it almost reconciled them to the idea of royalty ... She was held up as a model, always. When you're a little girl growing into an adolescent, it leaves a trace, and seeing the exhibit, with so much from that period, the fifties, the sixties, I have gained a better understanding of the power she held for those of her generation.

I think everybody (well, almost everybody, depending on your age and personality, I suppose) is attracted to order and discipline, and indeed, I had read in all of Princess Grace's biographies what a focused and self-disciplined person she was, the consummate professional and perfectionist, and it really comes across in every item in the exhibit. And as I said, there was this sense of calmness, almost zen-like, and I don't mean by that that she seemed to be zonked out on tranquillizers, quite the reverse. She always seemed to be very much in the moment. What a gift, for her and any of her entourage !

It is as if she had shaped a philosophy of life based on what she had achieved, on what she had had to sacrifice, on what she could still accomplish, on what was irreversably lost, and, I suppose, one day at a time, she presented to the world that self-composure she had constructed. Her professional background must have been an immense help, as well as her faith of course, and it is all the more awe-inspiring as she had to do it while fighting deep depression with not much support from any source, except some loyal friends and Hollywood colleagues. But how do you confide your depression when your world has become so far apart from the average person, even a Hollywood star? The problems are so entirely different.

Without going into politics, I have been thinking of the attraction Obama holds for many, a great part of which is his charisma. Princess Grace did not win people over with charisma, but both share that fresh, wholesome, classy image that was also President Kennedy's (and his family's) trademark. It is no coincidence that Obama's image is helped by the support of Caroline Kennedy. I think that people are still influenced by the aura of that period, and Princess Grace became a sort of Europeanized version of it. For example, and it is often described in the biographies, she was the least athletic of the Kelly clan, but she made it work to her advantage. Her energy seems less scattered, more focused, and it suits the role of wife of the reigning Prince more than an overly active, bouncy sort of person. The consistency of her public behavior, the absence of any scandals, was also much admired by the earlier generations. I can't help but think of Prince Rainier's luck in choosing such a bride. She was already a vision of perfection when he picked her (although I am well aware of Monegasques' reticence), and became more and more perfect as the years went by. At least, that's the way she appeared to the public.

Interestingly, both the exhibit and that DVD I bought stop when Caroline is about 16 and when Princess Grace apparently found it more difficult to present the same facade. In fact, one of the redeeming features of the DVD are the last shots of Grace in her garden, gathering flowers. She looks wistful, not clearly unhappy, still extremely beautiful, very noble and dignified, but somewhat sad and lonesome and she lets the camera capture her that way, she shows it nakedly as it were, almost as a challenge. Of course, I read much into all of this (isn't that the point?), but I am impressed by how Prince Albert decided to give the world this complex display of what his mother was like. It shows deep respect, profound understanding, probably a bonding between mother and son that we wouldn't have been privy to otherwise: a tribute, as they so appropriately call it.

It also makes me wonder, who, (if there are any), among the current crown princesses, heiresses to the throne, or queens, has the same magic, and why. Would it be for the same reasons ? Different ones ? I'd love to hear opinions about that, or someone could write an article on the Zeitgeist that would permit one to aspire to the title of a magic princess and who will endure, the way Princess Grace did.

Also, I can't wait to read the other visitors' reactions !
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Hi,everybody.This is my first post.
I am fan of princess Grace and I have been in The grace Kelly exposition last year in Monaco and this summer in Paris.It is a dream come true.
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I want to share my experience with all the fans of princess Grace.
Last year in Monaco the exhibition was marvellous.The impression you have is that you are living a unique experience.There are many rooms with many photos of her life and videos.There are also letters and for me ,the most beautiful part of the exhibition is that in which are her night dresses .They are so beautiful.She had an excellent taste in dressing.The dresses are marvellous and glamorous.Of course there was her wedding dress,for me the most beautiful wedding dress ever made.
There were also many hats and also her Hermes bag,very old.
I have been in Paris in this exhibition this summer,but it has nothing to do,because it is smaller ,there are few dresses,few hats etc.I do not understand why it is so small.I hope the next exhibitions in London,Rome etc will be as big as that of Monaco.Regards
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The exhibition in Moscow is open now!

Princess Stephanie of Monaco at the opening ceremony of The Grace
Kelly Years, Princess of Monaco exhibition in Moscow, Thursday, Oct.
9, 2008. The exhibition draws on a collection of the Princess' personal
belongings.

** Pic 1 ** Pic 2 ** Pic 3 **

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