Jazmin Grace Grimaldi
Illegitimate child of Monegasque prince
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi is the daughter of Prince Albert II of Monaco and Tamara Rotolo, and the elder of the Prince's two known illegitimate children. Prince Albert II publicly confirmed Jazmin's paternity on 1 June 2006, noting that he had wanted to protect her identity until she was an adult. Prince Albert's other out-of-wedlock child is Alexandre Coste.
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  • 2012
    Age 19
    On 22 October 2012, Jazmin Grace attended the 30th Anniversary of the Princess Grace Awards in New York City with her father and stepmother, Princess Charlene.
    More Details Hide Details In an article published in Hello Magazine about the event, the Prince is described as protective of his daughter, who is said to admire and respect her father. In Jazmin Grace's first published interview, conducted from the palace in Monaco, she discusses Princess Grace, her father, her siblings and life in Monaco Illegitimate children are nothing new in the Princely family of Monaco — in every generation for the last 100 years a Grimaldi has had an acknowledged illegitimate child. Some of these have obtained succession rights through legitimization or adoption, including Princess Charlotte, an illegitimate child who was adopted by her own father, and who then ceded her succession rights to her son Rainier, on May 30, 1944. Prince Rainier III made obtaining succession rights in this manner impossible for the illegitimate children of his son Albert by adopting a new constitution in 2002, which limited the succession to direct, legitimate issue.
  • 2010
    Age 17
    In June 2010, Jazmin graduated JSerra Catholic High School where she was an honor student and a soloist in a school choir that performed with singer Barry Manilow.
    More Details Hide Details Upon graduation, she received The JSerra Senior Faculty Award and the Fine Arts Award. She was also selected to be a lifetime member of The California Scholarship Federation, and has been since she was a sophomore, entitling her to the distinction of Sealbearer. She attended Fordham University.
  • 2006
    Age 13
    Prince Albert II publicly confirmed Jazmin's paternity on 1 June 2006, noting that he had wanted to protect her identity until she was an adult.
    More Details Hide Details Jazmin is the older half-sister of Alexandre Coste Grimaldi and of Prince Albert's two legitimate children, Princess Gabriella, Countess of Carladès, and Jacques, Hereditary Prince of Monaco. Out-of-wedlock children are not in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne according to Article 10 of the Constitution of Monaco, as amended 2 April 2002 by law n°1.249, which specifies that only "direct and legitimate" descendants of Monaco's monarch (or of the monarch's siblings) may inherit the throne. Because her mother's divorce proceedings were not finalized by the time of Jazmin's birth, Jazmin is legally the product of adultery and cannot be legitimated through the subsequent marriage of her biological parents. On 26 October 2006, Albert II gave an interview to US television personality Larry King. Albert said his children are not in line for the Monegasque throne but that they would be taken care of financially. They are also heirs to Prince Albert's personal fortune, estimated at more than one billion dollars.
  • 1992
    Born on March 4, 1992.
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