Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attended an exhibition dedicated to the life of the Prince's late mother, Princess Grace (better known perhaps as Grace Kelly) in Toronto on Wednesday. The exhibition was held at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
The exhibition Grace Kelly: From Movie Star to Princess depicts the life of the former American actress, who gave up her acting career in Hollywood for love. She became the Princess Grace of Monaco, after marrying Rainier III, Prince of Monaco in April 1956.
'Grace Kelly: From Movie Star to Princess' is an exhibition that not only provides a rare look inside Grace Kelly's extraordinary life as an actress and princess, it also tells the story of her contribution to fashion and explores the reasons why she is more than deserving of the Style Icon title, said Howard Kerbel, Vice-President, Sales, Marketing and Sponsorship at TIFF.
The newlywed couple - Prince Albert II married Charlene in Monaco on July 2 - also graced the 29th annual Princess Grace Awards Gala in New York City the previous night, at which many emerging talents in theater, dance and film were honored.
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