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Prince Albert of Monaco’s four children appear in rare public photo: “Oh, the places you’ll go”

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Prince Albert of Monaco’s four children appear in rare public photo: “Oh, the places you’ll go”

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The four children of Prince Albert of Monaco are together for their first public photo.

Jazmin Grimaldi, the 29-year-old royal daughter from her brief relationship with American Tamara Rotolo, recently took to Instagram and shared a slideshow of her highlights from 2021. In a brief moment, the actress and singer is seen kissing her half siblings. : Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste, as well as Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.

Grimaldi-Coste is the 18-year-old son of Nicole Coste, who met Albert while working as a flight attendant in 1997. Jacques and Gabriella, both 7, are children of Albert and his wife, Princess Charlene.

It should be noted that Grimaldi and Grimaldi-Coste are not in the order of succession because Monegasque law requires that the parents of an heir be married. Yet they are both eligible for a portion of their father’s estate. After a long process, Albert recognized Grimaldi’s paternity and first met his daughter when she was 11 years old.

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Jazmin Grace Grimaldi and her father, Prince Albert of Monaco.
(Photo by George Pimentel / WireImage)

Grimaldi did not provide further details on the reunion. However, Gabriella’s baby bangs in the mail provide a clue. When Albert, 63, visited Charlene, 43, in South Africa with their twins in August, the matriarch took to Instagram and revealed that their daughter “had decided to have her hair cut” .

In 2015, Grimaldi opened up to Harper’s Bazaar about meeting his famous father. According to the media outlet, Rotolo met Albert in 1991 while on vacation on the French Riviera. After giving birth, Rotolo chose to raise his daughter away from the European tabloids in California.

“I wanted this moment to connect with my dad, get to know him and get him to know me,” Grimaldi said at the outlet. “I missed having that number around me. It’s wonderful that it happened when it happened, and we’ve had a great relationship ever since.”

The media outlet noted that Grimaldi had been “greeted warmly” by Albert and Charlene. She traveled frequently to Monaco, sometimes accompanied by Rotolo.

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Prince Albert of Monaco’s four children appear in rare public photo: “Oh, the places you’ll go”

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Nicole Coste with her son (son of Prince Albert of Monaco) Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste.
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Grimaldi also shared that she was eager to bond with all of her siblings.

“We love to share family meals, barbecue, go to the beach, whatever a normal family does,” she said. “Except with a busy schedule.”

In September 2021, a source told People magazine that it was Charlene who encouraged Albert to hook up with Grimaldi and Grimaldi-Coste. The insider dismissed rumors that the Princess did not support Albert’s relationship with his older children.

“Charlene was really the one trying to bring the whole family together,” the source said.

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Prince Albert of Monaco’s four children appear in rare public photo: “Oh, the places you’ll go”

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Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco with their children Prince Jacques of Monaco and Princess Gabriella of Monaco.
(Photo by Stéphane Cardinale – Corbis / Corbis via Getty Images)

Charlene, an Olympic swimmer, married the prince on July 1, 2011. The wedding was a spectacle, costing around $ 70 million for the four-day event. They welcomed twins in 2014.

Their planned public anniversary has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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