Prince Pierre, Duke of Valentinois

Prince Pierre, Duke of Valentinois

Prince + Duke
Born Oct 24, 1895
Hometown Morbihan
Died Nov 10, 1964
Death Place Paris

Prince Pierre of Monaco, Duke of Valentinois was the father of Rainier III of Monaco, and thus the paternal grandfather of Albert II of Monaco. He was a promoter of art, music, and literature in Monaco and served as the head of the country's delegation to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and to the International Olympic Committee.… Read More

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1895 Birth Born on October 24, 1895.


He married civilly on 19 March and religiously on 20 March 1920 in Monaco, Princess Charlotte of Monaco (née Charlotte Louise Juliette Louvet), the illegitimate but adopted daughter of Louis II of Monaco and Marie Juliette Louvet.


1930 34 Years Old Prince Pierre and Princess Charlotte were judicially separated on 20 March 1930 at Paris, and in a case titled "Princesse héréditaire Grimaldi de Monaco c.
1933 37 Years Old 1 More Event
Prince Pierre Grimaldi de Polignac" were divorced by ordinance of Prince Louis II on 18 February 1933. … Read More


1947 51 Years Old Life magazine in 1947 described Prince Pierre as "a slender and graceful gallant who wears his coat cape-fashion across his shoulders. … Read More


1964 69 Years Old Prince Pierre of Monaco died on 10 November 1964, of cancer, at the American Hospital in Neuilly, Paris, France.
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