Grace Kelly's Granddaughter Stuns in Photo Shoot as She Speaks Out About her Famous Heritage

Grace Kelly's granddaughter is speaking out for the first time.

Jazmin Grimaldi, 24, lifted the lid on her famous heritage as she posed for an incredible photo shoot for Harper's BAZAAR.

She told the magazine: “This is my first interview, my first time going public... I’m ready to step out and share my story.”

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Kelly starred in such movie classics as Rear Window and To Catch a Thief and became princess of Monaco

Grimaldi spoke to the magazine about her iconic grandmother.

“When I was little, my mom would show me photographs of her, but I didn't understand that she was this huge icon," she said. "She seems so natural and carefree.”

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Grimaldi is the eldest daughter of Prince Albert II and lives in New York, where she is embarking on a career as a singer and actress. She was introduced to her grandmother through her films, especially the musical, High Society.

Grimaldi said: “It was the first time I realized we had a connection. I'm passionate about acting, singing, and dancing. I saw that in her in this movie. It was a real goose-bumps moment for me."

She says her father Prince Albert of Monaco rejected her as a child but they've since reconciled. Her mother is a former waitress from California.

The new issue is on news stands today. 

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