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Part One ... :o

Princesses Behaving Badly

Despite her own romantic misadventures and the boozy antics of her third husband, Princess Caroline of Monaco is livid over her sister's string of déclassé liaisons (bodyguards, circus performers, their father's butler). But Stephanie, the Grimaldi's wounded, wild child, shows no sign of being tamed. BY JUDY BACHRACH

... "You have to understand Caroline's point of view: Stephanie exaggerates in her choice of men," the 63-year-old [Philippe] Junot told me a few months after the Red Cross Ball. "It's not a question of snobbism, not at all. Stephanie doesn't have to search where she searches." Not that Junot seems to harbor great fondness for his ex-wife [Princess Caroline]. Her Royal Highness, Junot believes, has grown "tougher" over the years. "But Stephanie is a tough case, too." Although he adds with a shrug, "Stephanie has excuses."

"Caroline's brand of toughness was much in evidence the day of the ball. What would their late mother, the ambitious Princess Grace have said to a liaison with a servant? Caroline had a fair idea. And an ultimatum-which she flung over the lunch table. She had no intention, she told Ranier, of sharing a ballroom with Stephanie, whose romantic selections had in Caroline's view tarnished the principality. (The scene was reported in exquisite detail by Paris Match, a frequent cause of Grimaldi wrath. But a source close to the sisters says, "The magazine is very well informed, I can tell you.")

...Meanwhile, Ranier, a tired widower of 80 in poor health, attempted in vain to reconcile his two difficult daughters. But at the end of the day, it was decided: "le chouchou de la famille," as Stephanie is widely described, would not go to the ball.

...Albert, Stephanie's champion and generally her protector, more somber than usual, refusing for the first time since anyone could remember to open the ball with a dance ...

... "Like Cinderella, banished by the wicked sister" says a longtime observer.

Late that night, I learned from a Riviera source, Stephanie called a friend of his. "En tout cas, my sister has always been jealouse of me," Stephanie whispered into the phone.

...Well, you certainly look far better in photographs than Caroline does," the voice on the other end consoled her.

"Oui!" agreed Stephanie.

"And you're more popular."

"Oui!"Stephanie repeated. Then came the coup de grace. "And I choose better men than she does."
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Old 09-10-2003, 07:56 PM
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...Then-after the palace butler-she landed a palace gardener, a conquest that sent terror through the hearts of "a lot of the wives of handsome male staff working at the palace" according to Paris Match.

Her current companion, the Portuguese acrobat, happens to be an employee of the above-mentioned elephant trainer's. All these selections are most dispiriting to those who know the Grimaldi family. "I don't think it's nice to see the lackey with your daughter after he's been serving the father at the dinner table," says Egon von Furstenberg, a Grimaldi cousin.

In his view, the two sisters, born eight years apart, are irreconcilable in their differences. "Caroline is a real princess," he observes, a woman of restrained and measured tastes. "I'm sure she's very happy wearing a little Laura Ashley dress in Provence." Stephanie, more theatrical, he adds, is a throwback to her irrepressible grandmother Princess Charlotte, a flighty woman who loathed court life and swiftly dumped Ranier's father, Prince Pierre. ("To make love, he needs to put a crown on his head," Charlotte once observed.) "Kind of a bag lady, but fun," recalls von Furstenberg.

These are differences of long standing. Even in late adolescence, Caroline was "more kind of a leftish intellectual French student. The real her was totally different from what she made of her life," her cousin concludes. There is, in other words, some concern that the older princess, albeit in a different way, has made just as much of a muddle of things. Caroline's are simply higher-class muddles.

"Look, if you have a husband who urinates on the Turkish Pavilion in Hanover, who drinks so much alcohol, who beats up a cameraman in Germany, breaking his nose, and a guy in Kenya," says Bebert, neatly encapsulating the activities of the German Ernst August since his marriage to Caroline four years ago, "you have no right to spit on Stephanie." (This will come as news to Prince Ernst. "Acccchh, that Stephanie!" Ernst confided last year to a friend after a few drinks. "She is such an embarrassment.")
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Old 09-10-2003, 08:08 PM
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"Caroline," concludes Bebert, "has always held a grudge against her sister."

"But then Caroline might well feel, why shouldn’t she? Stephanie has caused nothing but trouble ever since she was a spoiled teenager, while she, Caroline, has done everything in her power to uphold the dignity and glamour of her position. "I never chose a single thing in my life," she has said. "I was inculcated with the notion of duty, obedience, and a very strong sense of duty, and all these came before pleasure." And what has she received as her reward? Stephanie on the cover of every damned gossip magazine in France.

...Point de Vue...His one million readers identify more closely with Stephanie, the Monegasque version of Princess Diana, weak and prone to disaster. But Caroline? "I think she has changed. It's hard to explain because of lawsuit reasons, but she has developed a less sympathetic character," says Marescaux (editor of Point de Vue).

The Grimaldis sue him (Point de Vue) "six to seven times a year," he moans, Caroline espescially ... In one year alone ... Caroline collected more than $530,000 from an assortment of publications.

...Indeed given the lengths to which the family goes to stifle information, most of what is published about the Grimaldis in Europe is pap-and Caroline's complaints about her treatment by the press are of dubious validity.

"She has this image of a cold, brutal woman. Therefore less agreeable," concludes the editor. The wicked sister, indeed. And in the opposite corner, Stephanie, who can't seem to do anythign right, who was, perhpas, as people again whispered not long ago, on the 20th anniversary of Princess Grace's fatal car crash, the inadvertent cause of that as well.

For her part, Stephanie is in despair. "I can't stand it anymore!" she declared recently. But none of this pain is new for her. "My whole life," she once said, "has been nothing but tremendous doubt."
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Old 09-10-2003, 08:24 PM
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Part Four ...

At 17, Stephanie of Monaco was the most spoiled and willful of all the Grimaldis, as even her doting mother, the former movie star, had to concede. "I should have beat Stephanie like a gong," Grace once remakred ruefully. THe girl was beautiful, a tomboy with an athlete's broad shoulders and androgynous build. "I told Grace, 'She got her genes mixed up, surely!' " an old family friend confides.

An expert at eluding her parents' vigilance, Stephanie was in every way different from the more predicatble Caroline and the sweet-natured Albert.

...The former film star (Grace) found all this enchanting. "You wait," Grace told her dear friend Gwen Robyns, now 86, "Stephanie will be the most interesting of all our fmaily." By which she meant the child had a knack for drama.

"She spoiled her rotten, and Caroline objected to it," Robyns recalls. Robyns herself was considerably less in awe of the girl. THere was, for instance, the episode of The Hamburger, when Stephanie, aged 15, asked her mother what was on the menu for lunchtime. "Scrapple," cooed Grace, who was famously parsimonious and a fan f the homely all-American dish. "I'm not going to eat that!" Stephanie replied, demanding a Big Mac instead. Princess Grace obediently sent the chauffeur to fetch it.

..."Grace gave in to her all the time."

Stephanie, in return, adored her mother and was fiercely possessive. "She was jealous of everyone who came near Grace, and that included her sister, Caroline," says Robyns.
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... Caroline's dramas [following her disastrous marriage to playboy Junot], however positively paled beside those of Stephanie, as people around Monaco wre discovering. Her school grades were grim, her desires unreined. "Since the age of 14, she'd leave the bathroom naked and then go into the living room, and the boydguards would be very upset by this," reveals Bernard Violet, author of the exquisitely researched La Saga Monaco. "She was unconntrollable."

..."You must remember Stephanie was a very capricious girl, very nervous. So when she wants something, she gets it," says Pastorelli, who, despite Stephanie's denials, is one of those who suspect Grace gave into her daughter's pleas to take the wheel that morning.

...Bencze [the French police captain who was in charge of the investigation] was asked by the Palace to announce that the cause of the accident was brake failure. (He refused.) After this, another Palace pronouncement emerged: the cause of hte accident was actually a stroke suffered by Grace. And finally, because by treaty no member of the Monegasque princely family is obliged to speak to French police, Bencze had to make a formal request to the Palace to interrgate Stephanie in the hospital. The answer that came back-written in the script of somePalace functionary-was Non. Nonetheless, Bencze concluded that Grace drove the car.

But Violet isn't so sure. "This girl for years was jailed inside a secret, which was basically a lie. And that's what she couldn't stand. In my opinion her excesses of today are the result of that. And who shut her up inside this secret, this lie? It was her father! For the honor of Monaco." The writer is convinced of one other thing as well. "If she take sup with bodyguards or maitre d's, it's her way of drving her father nuts."

... Only one thing was certain: Stephanie was overpowered for years after her mother's death by feelings of guilt. "You can't imagine how much I suffered and how much I suffer still," she said a year ago. "I had just lost the central axis of my life. I have an enormous sense of furstration: Why did she die, and not I?"

Did Caroline blame her younger sister for the tragedy? "Frankly, yes," says Pastorelli, the former bodyguard. "Everything changed. Let's just say that, whatever happened, one had the impression that Caroline blamed her sister." Pastorelli happens to admire Caroline's formidable intellect, the cool, insistent measure she takes of those around her, but at the same time he finds these traits disconcerting. "I tell you Caroline is very, very hard. She's a man, makes the decision of a man," he says. "She is-how shall I say? Brutal."
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Old 09-10-2003, 10:56 PM
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Thanks a million for posting all that Alexandria. I'll have to agree that Caroline would have to be brutal to steal her good friend's husband like that. I haven't followed Stephanie's various liasons to know if she did the same, but in my circle, husband stealing is far more trashy than dating an elephant trainer.
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Old 09-10-2003, 11:43 PM
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I completely agree with Thissal. I'm not sure who this article was supposed to side us against, but I will always like Stephanie a lot more than Caroline. It seems to me that Caroline may not only be upset at Stephanie but also at Albert, who even though is the SECOND child gets to become the hier. It seems (and this is just MY opinion) that Caroline is trying to push her children into the spotlight, getting the order of succession changed so that Andrea would suceed Albert, etc. That's just my opinion. Mind you I'll find any reason not to like her, she seems trop snob for my liking.
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Old 09-10-2003, 11:53 PM
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...leave it to the Grimaldis for great entertainment!
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Part Six ...

..."By the way, she never spoke about the accident," Joanna Greenberg continues. "But you could see she was so wounded, her soul so wounded."

"Hi, Mom!" Stephanie declared in teh midst of an American press interview [to promote her singing career]. This bizarre greeting was accompanied by a brief wave at the sky. About her older sister (who disapproved of her singing career), Stephanie was brevity itself to her American friends. "Strong," was how she characterized Caroline. It was precisely the quality she herself was lacking.

In the fall of 1990, while Stephanie was still in Los Angeles, Stefano Casiraghi died in a speedboat accident ... He was just 30. On receiving the news of her brother-in-law's death, Stephanie became "hysterical," says Joanna Greenberg. "She wasn't over her mother's passing--and now another death."

"Why is this happening to my family?" wondered Stephanie.

The young woman felt her family attracted death. She abandoned the last remnants of her sagging singing career and returned to Monaco, to be by the side of the new widow. "If something happens to her, she is my blood, my sister," Stephanie has said. "I would do anything at all for her."

...But within two years the sisters' newfound closeness began to falter. On May 15, 1992, Stephanie, then 27, proudly announced herself pregnant. Daniel Ducruet, also 27, her handsome one-time bodyguard, had given her "a happiness of such intensity, there are no words to express it."

...a friend of Stephanie's remarks, "she had finally found emotional stability. She was happy at last."

..."Stephanie is really a darling girl. She can do no wrong," Rainer told a friend at a White House dinner.
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The Conclusion ...

...But despite her retreat to Auron, a small nearby ski resort in France, Stephanie wasn't cut out for the mature, reflective life even after har marriage ended. She was found waiting on tables even after her marriage ended. She was found waiting on tables at a local bar run by yet another boyfriend; her name cropped up as a potential witness in teh murder of a drug dealer--at which point Ranier drafted a new will so that the bulk of his estimated $5 billion fortune would go to his elder children; Stephanie's portion was reduced to around $25 million. Meanwhile, she had taken up with a second bodyguard, who is quite possibly the father of her third child, Camille, born in 1998. Not long after she found love with the Swiss elephant trainer and circus owner, Franco Knie, married and father of three.

..."I have loved, but in my position," Stephanie has said, "it's very difficult to know if they loved me for my qaulities, or rather for what I could give them because of what I represented. I have been decieved."

Deceived by everyone, she adds frequently, except her father.

Ever vigilant, Carolie watches her sister's serial roamntic escapades with the moutning alarm of an arriviste. Strictly speaking, the Grimaldis are a "princely" family, one notch below royalty. Moreover, even before her marriage in 1999 to Prince Ernst, heir to one of the oldest and loftiest royal houses in Europe, she had always been more acutely sensitive to her position than to certain awkward details in her family background. For example, her grandmother Princess Charlotte was born illegitimate, the granddaughte rof a washerwoman. But of this ancestry Carolien remains resolutely oblivious. "Don't ever do that again!" Caroline once barked to a friend who had tapped her on the backside. "Never forget who I am!"

On wedding Ernst of Hanover (a married man with two young children at the time their romance began), the pregnant bride acquired a grandeur appropriate to her new station. Stephanie was not present at the ceremony.

Even Rainier is not immune to the imposing social position of his eldest. Last May, Monaco abruptly changed its restrictive succession law, allowing power to pass from a reigning prince without heirs (a situation in which Albert still finds himself) to his siblings and their children. In Monaco, people are saying this legal alteration suits Caroline down to the ground. Her handsom son Andrea Casiraghi, newly graduated from high school, appears on state occasions with Prince Albert, fueling speculation that the young man may soon occupy the throne for which his uncle has little appetite. Young Andrea, however, has been effectively discouraged from hanging out with Stephanie, according to one informed Monaco resident.

Two months ago, attired only in a red ribbon, Stephanie posed for the Spanish magazine Hola! One can well imagine what kind of emotions the display produced in her more regal elder sister. (This despite the sterling nature of Stephanie's motives; the pictures benefitted an AIDS foundation she launched with Prince Albert.) But Stephanie remains ... Well, what can one say? Stephanie.

"I don't feel like reaching the age of 65 and telling myself: "I could have done this or that,'" Stephanie recently said, spinning an unlikely scenario. "If I die tomorrow, I'll have lived as I chose. After everything that's been done to me, that's not too bad."
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Old 09-11-2003, 12:54 PM
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Thank you so much for typing up the article, Alexandria.

Wow, I found the article to be very sad. In this article the Grimaldis are portrayed as being a very sad and lost family.

I wonder how things would have been had Grace not died? I wonder if Caroline would be as hard as she is now and if poor Stephanie would be as lost as she is now? I wonder if Albert would be as seemingly lost as he appears to be as well?

So many questions....
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Old 09-28-2003, 05:29 AM
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sisters, this kind of behavior is to be expected. Everything will smooth over soon.
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Hi all,

I was wondering how close Caroline and Stephanie are, being sisters.
Do they have a close relationship?

Intuitively I feel they have very different personalities and lifestyles and therefore don't have such a close contact. Is this so? I never see them looking at each other in pictures and so. Or am I wrong?

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Anyone, she knows Caroline and Stéphanie, they love each other very much. But, they have serious <<frictions>> a lot. It is the fault of both. Caroline, when she is young, does all of the things Stéphanie does, people say is bad. Stéphanie, as a small girl, she wants to be like Caroline. But, she must be herself, too. Caroline, you could say, with today&#39;s morality which Stéphanie is often judged, set a very bad example for Stéphanie. Moralities change. Caroline was in a time these moralities were more okay. But, Stéphanie, she is judged by today. It is more a conflict of the times. But, they love, inside, very much.

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Hi Marina and Carole&#33;

I believe that the two sisters love one another very much, however, they still remain somewhat distant at times because they have different lives. They have simply chosen to go about different ways of living their lives and have different priorities and ideals. I don&#39;t think that this means that they have no appreciation for one another as some would say.

However, I have never really believed that they have the great friction between them that the press loves to mention. I think they manufacture stories about them hating each other and always fighting and never getting along simply to sell magazines and get people talking about the sisters.

Carol Laure, I think that you made and excellent point about Stephanie perhaps following her big sister&#39;s lead at times. However due to their difference in age when Caroline was ready to start a family Stephanie was still very young and really left alone once Caroline started her own life. Perhaps Stephanie could have used Caroline&#39;s guidance in the "been there done that" sense, however, Stephanie was left to her own devices and well Stephanie is Stephanie as you very well said. Princess Grace, herself, once remarked, "Stephanie is my wild child" to a friend.
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Very nice pics of Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie. When were the holiday pics taken? Thye seem circa 1997 imo.
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I guess you&#39;re right...around 1997 is possible....
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My take on Caroline and Stephanie is that they are "normal" sisters; my own sister is 6 years younger and was definitely treated differently than I was. My parents were far less strict--and that can create some tension. The age difference can only add to the tension. If it&#39;s anything like my relationship with my sister--and it seems to be, you, as the eldest, get tired of the younger one messing up her life and being excused for it. The bond between the two, however, was so well dcoumented when Stephanie "grew up," as she is capable of doing, and came to her sister&#39;s plight after Stefano&#39;s death. Suddenly, Stephanie had a house next door and was looking after the kids---attending their little concerts and things--and generally cheering her sister as much as she could. I don&#39;t envy either one. I think their lives have been very hard living under the microscope and no amount of money cures the pain of a mother&#39;s early death, a husband&#39;s death and all the criticism that is lodged their way--no matter what they do.
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I think Stephanie said they go their own ways as they have very different lives. I don&#39;t doubt they love one another--don&#39;t forget Stephanie dropped everything and moved in next door to her sister after Stefano&#39;s death. I think Caroline is a bit more snobbish and must cringe at Stephanie&#39;s choices--particularly in men. The circus is something to attend, not join nor marry.

I have often wondered if Caroline ever, in some way, blamed Stephanie for the accident. Not to be cruel but just human nature. Or if she didn&#39;t blame her but instead felt for her and helped her out.......I don&#39;t think Stephanie has ever gotten over something that happened that day--not the accident but perhaps final words that were said, etc.

I look at Stephanie and just see a very sad young woman who seems without anything centering her. Very unfortunate.
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I think Stephanie said they go their own ways as they have very different lives. I don&#39;t doubt they love one another--don&#39;t forget Stephanie dropped everything and moved in next door to her sister after Stefano&#39;s death. I think Caroline is a bit more snobbish and must cringe at Stephanie&#39;s choices--particularly in men. The circus is something to attend, not join nor marry.

I have often wondered if Caroline ever, in some way, blamed Stephanie for the accident. Not to be cruel but just human nature. Or if she didn&#39;t blame her but instead felt for her and helped her out.......I don&#39;t think Stephanie has ever gotten over something that happened that day--not the accident but perhaps final words that were said, etc.

I look at Stephanie and just see a very sad young woman who seems without anything centering her. Very unfortunate.
yEah it is human nature to blame others for mishaps and probably in the midst of misery or anger a little voice in her head will tell CAroline that is was all Stephanie&#39;s fault...but its just the little evil voice that likes to play with our feelings...
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