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Mélanie de Massy as Vice-President of the International Dog Show has given an interview about the contest:

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On June 25 Elisabeth-Anne de Massy attended the annual prize ceremony of the Rainier III Academy at the Town Hall of Monaco:


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On June 28 Elisabeth-Anne de Massy and Mélanie de Massy attended the annual award ceremony of the School of Fine Arts - Pavillon Bosio in Monaco:


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Yesterday, February 5, Elisabeth-Anne de Massy as President of the Monegasque Tennis Federation attended the presentation of this year's Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters that will take place from April 13 - April 21:


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Elisabeth-Anne de Massy as President of the Monegasque Tennis Federation has been interviewed in connection with the controversial Davis Cup reform:

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Elisabeth-Anne de Massy as President of the Monegasque Tennis Federation (pictured with Rafael Nadal) attended the draw for the Monte Carlo Rolex Master on April 12:


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The award ceremony of the Rainier III Academy took place yesterday 27 June in the Courtyard of Honor of the City Hall in the presence of Melanie de Massy


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Did Princess Antoinette try to have her first husband, Alexandre Noghes created a Prince?
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Did Princess Antoinette try to have her first husband, Alexandre Noghes created a Prince?
There was really no written record regarding that but as far as I know a month before they married in December 1951, she was created Baroness de Massy.
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Was the children’s surname Noghes before the creation of their mother’s title?
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Was the children’s surname Noghes before the creation of their mother’s title?
No, as they were born before any De Massy was in sight.
They were named Grimaldi first.
In 1951 it was changed into De Massy (or Noghès de Massy).
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All 3 children namely Elizabeth Anne (1947), Christian (1949) and Christine-Alix (1951-1989) were named Grimaldi at first since they were born out of wedlock. In November 15 1951, Princess Antoinette was created Baroness de Massy and an ordinance was passed same day declaring their name change to "de Massy." However, all 3 children were only legitimated by their parents subsequent marriage in December 4 1951.

Christian who was referred as Baron de Massy even during her mother's lifetime was only only given the right to use the title officially in 2009, 2 years before her mother's death. This was made official after the release of his diplomatic passport confirming he is indeed Baron de Massy.
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Christian who was referred as Baron de Massy even during her mother's lifetime was only only given the right to use the title officially in 2009, 2 years before her mother's death. This was made official after the release of his diplomatic passport confirming he is indeed Baron de Massy.
Can you be more specific about how he was "given the right" in 2009? As far as I am aware, this branch of the family has long been known as Baron/Baroness.
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Can you be more specific about how he was "given the right" in 2009? As far as I am aware, this branch of the family has long been known as Baron/Baroness.
Princess Antoinette was made Baroness de Massy but her children are not entitled to it. It was not until 2009 that Christian's use of the title was made official.
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Princess Antoinette was made Baroness de Massy but her children are not entitled to it. It was not until 2009 that Christian's use of the title was made official.
Do you mean that the act of creation stated that the children are not entitled to be addressed by the title?
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Do you mean that the act of creation stated that the children are not entitled to be addressed by the title?
Yes. You can read Christian's book for reference.

Palace: My Life in the Royal Family of Monaco by Baron Christian de Massy & Charles Higham (1986, Atheneum, ISBN 0-689-11636-5)
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Yes. You can read Christian's book for reference.

Palace: My Life in the Royal Family of Monaco by Baron Christian de Massy & Charles Higham (1986, Atheneum, ISBN 0-689-11636-5)
Thank you very much. I appreciate your providing the reference.

If it is not too much trouble, would you mind elaborating on what Baron Christian says in regard to the title? Does he include the specific wording of the creation?
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Thank you very much. I appreciate your providing the reference.

If it is not too much trouble, would you mind elaborating on what Baron Christian says in regard to the title? Does he include the specific wording of the creation?
There was really no recorded ordinance or whatsoever regarding this. However, it was reported in 2009, following the release of his new diplomatic passport that he was officially recognized as Baron de Massy. I am trying to uncover the link but it's not working right now.

What is certain is that before time there use of their mother's title was not officially recognized in Monaco since they are not entitled to it.
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I've often wondered given the volume of titles held by the Prince of Monaco why Rainier III granted his sister the lowly one of Baroness when he could have made her Countess of Polignac as an example.
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I've often wondered given the volume of titles held by the Prince of Monaco why Rainier III granted his sister the lowly one of Baroness when he could have made her Countess of Polignac as an example.
I was wondering of that too. Is it because that's a French title? Or maybe he is bitter with his father? We can only speculate really.
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