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Princess Stéphanie of Monaco

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Princess Stéphanie of Monaco
BornStéphanie Marie Elisabeth Grimaldi
February 1 1965
Prince's Palace, Monte Carlo, Monaco

Princess Stéphanie of Monaco (b.1965) is a patron of the magical arts. Since 1985, the princess has presided over the Organizing Committee of the Princess Grace Theatre and the Jury of the Monte-Carlo Magic Grand Prix and since 2005, She has been the President of the Organizing Committee of the International Monte-Carlo Circus Festival. She is the youngest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and American actress Grace Kelly. She hosted the annual show Champions of Magic for three years. In the 1996 Champions of Magic show, Stéphanie's song, Winds of Chance, was featured during The Pendragons routine called The Artist's Dream.

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