Who was Grace Kelly?
Grace Kelly was born in the city of Philadelphia in mid-November of 1929, later becoming an actress in her early 20’s. She would receive an Academy Award for her performance in “The Country Girl” in 1954. Later, he became a “Hitchcock Blond,” performing in three of his films between 1954 and 1955. After reaching the age of 26, she would retire from acting and go on to marry Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, in 1956. At one point, she became interested in a role offered to her by Alfred Hitchcock in his film, “Marnie.” But when word of the character being a kleptomaniac arrived in Monaco, public opinion caused her to eschew the role entirely. However, she would occasionally provide her voice as narration and poetry readings.
How Did She Die?
Grace would lose her life in 1982 while driving home to Monaco after visiting her property in Roc Agel. During the drive, she suddenly had a cerebral hemorrhage and could not control her vehicle. The vehicle went off the road and cascaded down the mountainside. She suffered severe injuries to her brain and torso and had broken several bones. While her daughter was with her at the time, she suffered relatively minor injuries. Both ended up in what is now known as the “Princess Grace Hospital Centre,” and Grace would die shortly after Prince Rainier decided to shut off her life support. Rainier would never remarry and would later be buried next to her upon his death in 2005
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