Prince Albert and his sisters slam film about their mother's first years in Monaco as 'pure fiction and pointlessly glamorised'
Albert, the current ruling monarch of the Mediterranean principality, issued a joint statement with Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie denouncing the project, which is titled Grace of Monaco.
"We have had absolutely no association with this project, which claims to be about the lives of our parents," the royal trio said in a statement. "For us, this film does not constitute a biographical work but portrays only a part of her life and has been pointlessly glamorised and contains important historical inaccuracies as well as scenes of pure fiction."
Kelly became known as Princess Grace after she departed Hollywood, where she was one of the most famous »
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