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Hollywood actress Grace Patricia Kelly blended into Monaco’s royal family with ease and she was a movie icon as well. She was born on November 12, 1929, in Philadelphia. Whether they were witnessing Elegance on Broadway stages or in opulent European castles, people all across the world were enthralled by her grace, regality, and intelligence.

Early Life and Career

Grace’s life seemed destined to be a sophisticated, glamorous Hollywood film, as she hailed from a well-known Catholic family. Kelly began her career as a stage performer in 1949, having previously appeared in television shows and Broadway musicals, after graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In “Fourteen Hours” (1951), she made her on-screen debut.

She began to establish herself as one of the leading actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age of Motion Pictures in the early to mid-1950s after starring in many significant films. Her breakout roles were in the Fred Zinnemann films “High Noon” (1952) and John Ford’s “Mogambo” (1953). Following her Academy Award win for Best Actress in “The Country Girl” (1954), she rose to prominence in the film industry.

Kelly’s filmography includes a broad range of genres, including the military drama “The Bridges at Toko-Ri” (1954) and the romantic comedy “High Society” (1956). But her work with Alfred Hitchcock in “Dial M for Murder” (1954), “Rear Window” (1954), and “To Catch a Thief” (1955) did show her versatility in suspense thrillers.

On April 18, 1956, Grace Kelly shocked everyone by declaring her retirement from acting at the age of 26 to marry Prince Rainier III of Monaco. Grace effortlessly assumed her role as Princess of Monaco, bringing her inherent grace to the European monarchy scene.

As a princess, she dedicated her time to charitable causes, giving particular attention to children and the arts. In 1964, she established the Princess Grace Foundation to support local artisans. Her commitment to children’s rights led to the creation of AMADE Mondiale, an organization that UNESCO and UNICEF recognized as consultative.

Did Grace Kelly have a Stroke?

Yes. She suffered a stroke on September 13, 1982, while she was driving from the Côte d’Azur region of France.




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