Jazmin Grace Grimaldi commemorates the memory of her grandmother, Grace Kelly. In a video posted on Instagram this Monday, January 31, the young woman praised her film career.
She herself an actress, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi has paid a beautiful tribute to her grandmother Grace Kelly, who died in an accident in 1982. In a video montage of about thirty seconds posted on her Instagram account, this Monday, January 31, the daughter of Prince Albert II returned to the rich career of her talented grandmother. “My beautiful grandmother,” she commented. In this video, Internet users discover (or rediscover) some great roles played by the Hollywood icon: Amy Fowler Kane in The Train Whistle Three Times (1952) by Fred Zinnemann, Linda Nordley in Mogambo (1953) by John Ford, Margot Wendice in The Crime Was Almost Perfect (1954) by Alfred Hitchcock, who also offers her the role of Lisa Carol Fremont in Window on the Court (1954).
A filmography that Jazmin Grimaldi seems to know on the tip of his fingers. It must be said that like her grandmother, the young woman of 29 years shares the same passion for the 7th art. Last November, the actress attended the premiere of the American film Being the Ricardos in New York, starring Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem and J.K. Simmons. In the aftermath, the daughter of Albert of Monaco and the American Tamara Jean Rotolo, of whom she is the perfect look-alike, hinted that she was about to shoot with the director of the film, the famous Aaron Sorkin: “The one and only Aaron Sorkin. I can’t wait to work with you!”.
This need for recognition of Jazmin Grimaldi
By publishing this video, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi insists once again on her filiation. Last December, she had not really appreciated the greeting card of Princess Charlene of Monaco. In illustration, a beautiful family portrait on which the latter is surrounded by her husband Albert II and their twins Jacques and Gabriella. Then to remind, that she is also part of the family, Jazmin Grimaldi has inserted her face, as well as that Alexander, the other child of Prince Albert, both recognized by their father in 2005 and 2006.
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