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tbhrc 07-12-2007 10:21 AM

Princess Caroline Pictures: 70s & 80s - Part 3
 
Welcome to Part 3 of the thread to post and discuss pictures of Princess Caroline in the 70s and 80s. You can find the old thread here: Princess Caroline Pictures: 70s & 80s - Part 2


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tbhrc 08-16-2007 01:23 PM

A nice portrait:

http://i9.tinypic.com/6766g7b.jpg

And some clippings:

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3.../image2033.jpg
http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3...image20331.jpg
http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3...image20332.jpg
http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3...image20333.jpg
http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3...image20335.jpg

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a3...image20336.jpg
http://www.pichotel.com/pic/22527ikqSR/144768.jpg

iceflower 08-28-2007 02:21 AM

Here are some more clippings from 1983, I think the first one was taken during the
family's meeting with French president Mitterand:

Caroline 1983 - 1

Caroline 1983 - 2

a totally different Caroline in 1982

Vera Friedel 08-28-2007 09:40 AM

The more i see Caroline the more I think she's the most beautiful woman of the latest 100 years!!!!!!!!!

monaco70s 08-28-2007 09:06 PM

Great pics everyone :smile: Yes the first one is from the meeting with Miterrand in Jan. or March 1983.

tbhrc 08-29-2007 03:19 AM

Here's a nice retrospective of Princess Caroline and Roberto Rosselini:

Olycom

iloveroyals 08-29-2007 06:35 AM

Thanks, tbhrc. I like the one of Caroline in a trenchcoat, it's rare to see her in a trenchcoat. I think the one where she is carrying all kinds of packages and he is carrying nothing is amusing. Where are his gentlemanly manners ?
By the way, Caroline is often photographed carrying packages, I guess because that's when she is easy fodder for the paps. Nice to see she shopped at Dorothy Bis, or any other store, in other words, nice to see she is not completely under the sway of her designer guru.

Tosca 09-04-2007 03:04 AM

A page from Chilean mag VEA

And with Bjorn Borg on the pages of a Swedish magazine back from 1976:

1

2

cover

I do not know if they ever were sweet on each other, but if so, I guess his ex-wife Loredana would have blabbed their story to everyone.:biggrin:

Tosca 09-05-2007 10:17 AM

Princess Caroline, with Grace and Albert, at a gala for the opening of a luxury hotel in Monaco in 1975 (Hola)

shappica 09-06-2007 03:35 PM

Detail snmku - fotobanka profimedia.cz

Funny pic I haven't seen before! as Iceflower put it totally different Croline, and Albert not paying attention at all on what's going on around him!

anag 09-06-2007 05:24 PM

I can't believe that Caroline is just smoking in front of her mother like that! I know that Grace smoked and everything, but still.

Ani

selket 09-08-2007 05:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by anag (Post 663391)
I can't believe that Caroline is just smoking in front of her mother like that! I know that Grace smoked and everything, but still.

Ani

She was I think 20 when this was taken, and passionately independant. It's a nice shot of Grace Levine also, next to her aunt.

iloveroyals 09-18-2007 04:06 PM

Thanks for the pictures, tbhrc ! I love the progression between the second one and the third one, where in the second she looks like a ballerina "off duty" so to speak, and in the third has the easy gracefulness and elegance of a grown woman (she was pregnant with Andrea I believe ?) who is assured of her charm and seductiveness. But I like the child in her in the second one, already so poised, so self-confident, with that beautiful "port-de tte" (head high above the shoulders) you are taught in ballet school. She looks a little tentative and stiff as if feeling the watchful eye of her ballet mistress, whereas in the third, she's all fluid and wave: of course the blue gown, all sinuous silk it seems, adds to that idea. She's obviously come into her own, at the height of her powers.
The first one is completely new to me and different. She looks the way I picture an Andalusian to look. She always has a way with shawls.

lea 09-19-2007 06:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tbhrc (Post 668934)
A gallery with 3 nice pics; love the first one:

Olycom

I've no idea when the second one was taken, she looks to be young, is that Princess Grace to the side?

Great photos - as always! :flowers:

Tosca 09-19-2007 11:04 AM

Some clippings from a Portuguese language mag. Take a look at the big picture in the 2nd row! So classy, wasn't she? What if had Charlene been posing like that?

Clippings

Horseygal 09-19-2007 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tosca (Post 669313)
Some clippings from a Portuguese language mag. Take a look at the big picture in the 2nd row! So classy, wasn't she? What if had Charlene been posing like that?

Clippings

Now, I think that was an honest mistake, and a unscrupulous photog! Remember, there are "up the dress" shots of Char at the most recent Formula 1 race - not class on the part of the 'razzi - less so any intent on the part of either Charlotte or Caroline in this picture (total accident).

iloveroyals 09-19-2007 07:01 PM

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l5...chritmas71.jpg

If this is the same picture (this one is from Point de Vue) then the picture was taken at Christmas, one month before her fifteenth birthday. This is a very literal translation of the accompanying text : "It's a transformed Caroline that one saw appear, during the Christmas holidays, on the occasion of the coming out of the film "Nicolas and Alexandra" which retraced the life and tragic ending of the last tsar of all the Russias. She wore a black velvet cape over a long checkered skirt, with a white silk blouse with flounces (ruffles, frills ? ("volants" in French). For the first time, Caroline was wearing make-up : a rather bright red, which she had chosen herself (Princess Grace would have prefered for her to wear pale pink.) She was resplendent. She was offered flowers. People crowded around her. She was called "Altesse" (Your Highness") or "Madame", as protocol calls for."
(I unfortunately can't find the year of that Point de Vue but the article was written during the second semester of her first year at Saint-Mary's.)

Tosca 09-20-2007 09:39 AM

She looks like her niece Pauline in that photo! Thanks iloveroyals!

lea 09-20-2007 09:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iloveroyals (Post 669521)
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l5...chritmas71.jpg

If this is the same picture (this one is from Point de Vue) then the picture was taken at Christmas, one month before her fifteenth birthday. This is a very literal translation of the accompanying text : "It's a transformed Caroline that one saw appear, during the Christmas holidays, on the occasion of the coming out of the film "Nicolas and Alexandra" which retraced the life and tragic ending of the last tsar of all the Russias. She wore a black velvet cape over a long checkered skirt, with a white silk blouse with flounces (ruffles, frills ? ("volants" in French). For the first time, Caroline was wearing make-up : a rather bright red, which she had chosen herself (Princess Grace would have prefered for her to wear pale pink.) She was resplendent. She was offered flowers. People crowded around her. She was called "Altesse" (Your Highness") or "Madame", as protocol calls for."
(I unfortunately can't find the year of that Point de Vue but the article was written during the second semester of her first year at Saint-Mary's.)

Great information - thanks iloveroyals! :smile:

iloveroyals 09-21-2007 11:00 AM

You're both very welcome. It's nice to be able to revisit the early seventies. (I started rereading old Point de Vue I hadn't read in years!) Tosca, I never thought of that, but you're right, she does look like Pauline here ! Strange how family resemblance shows up in the strangest occasions !


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