Grace Kelly's granddaughter Camille Gottlieb shares life on Instagram

Glamour runs in the family! Grace Kelly’s granddaughter Camille Gottlieb, 21, shares her VERY luxurious life on Instagram – from sun-soaked getaways to fashion week in designer gowns

  • Camille Gottlieb is the glamorous granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco 
  • The 21-year-old shares photos of her fabulous life with 66,000 Instagram fans
  • Snaps show Camille dressing up at fashion week and lounging on the beach 

As a member of Monaco’s royal family and the granddaughter of one of the most glamorous starlets in Hollywood history, it is of little surprise Camille Gottlieb has inherited a taste for the finer things in life. 

The 21-year-old, whose mother is Princess Stephanie and grandmother is the late Grace Kelly, enjoys dressing up in designer gowns, lounging by the pool and jetting off on five-star holidays.

The royal, who spent lockdown with her mother and half-sister, fashion designer Pauline Ducruet, at home in Monaco, delights in sharing snaps of her glamorous goings-on on Instagram, where she boasts 66,000 followers. 

Queen of social media! Camille Gottlieb, 21, whose mother is Princess Stephanie and grandmother is the late Grace Kelly, enjoys dressing up in designer gowns, lounging by the pool and jetting off on five-star holidays. Camille shares snaps of her life on Instagram

Sunny escape: The 21-year-old shared this photo of her lying on a deserted beach in Mauritius in April 2019. She spent lockdown with her mother and sister at home in Monaco

Sunset dreams: Camille strolls down a quiet Monaco street in this stunning Instagram snap

Royal pedigree: Who are Camille Gottlieb’s glamorous family

Camille is the daughter of Princess Stephanie of Monaco, who was the youngest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly. 

Stephanie is the younger sister of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, and Caroline, Princess of Hanover.

Camille, born in 1998, is the daughter of Stephanie and former palace security guard Jean Raymond Gottlieb, who is understood to have been head of the princess’s security detail when they started a relationship. 


Camille is the daughter of Princess Stephanie of Monaco (left), who was the youngest child of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and the American actress Grace Kelly (right)

Camille with her mother Stephanie (right) and sister Pauline (centre) at Paris Fashion Week in February. Stephanie also has a son Louis, 27, who is married to Marie

Stephanie has two older children, Louis, 27, and Pauline, 26, whom she shares with her first husband, bodyguard Daniel Ducruet. Louis and Pauline are 14th in 15th in line to the Monagasque throne however Camille is not in the line of succession as Stephanie and Gottlieb never married. 

Camille is a cousin of Jacques and Gabriella of Monaco, the five-year-old twins of Albert II and his wife Princess Charlene; as well as Princess Caroline’s four children: Andrea Casiraghi, Charlotte Casiraghi, Pierre Casiraghi and Princess Alexandra of Hanover. 

Albert II also has two children, Jazmin Grimaldi and Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste, born out of wedlock. Caroline is stepmother to husband Prince Ernst August of Hanover’s two other children, Prince Ernst August and Prince Christian.

Photos show Camille posing in the snow on a trip to the Alps over New Year’s, strolling down the streets of Monte Carlo and sunning herself on deserted beaches in Mauritius. 

Camille is the daughter of Stephanie and former palace security guard Jean Raymond Gottlieb, who is understood to have been head of the princess’s security detail when they started a relationship. 

Although Camille shares Gottlieb’s surname, his name is not on her birth certificate and Stephanie has never publicly confirmed that he is Camille’s father.

However Camille herself has identified Gottlieb, a former Paris gendarme, as her father in a gushing birthday post shared on Instagram in 2017. 

As Stephanie and Gottlieb never married, Camille is not in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne, unlike Stephanie’s two eldest children, Louis, 27, and Pauline, 26, whom she shares with her first husband, bodyguard Daniel Ducruet.

Purple reign: Camille wears an ASOS dress with diamonds for an event in Monaco in January

FROW: Camille strikes a pose in a gold dress at Paris Fashion Week in February

When Camille was three years old, Stephanie began a relationship with married elephant trainer Franco Knie and moved, along with her three children, into Knie’s circus caravan. 

However the relationship came to an end the following year and Stephanie returned with her children to Monaco. In 2003 Stephanie married Portuguese acrobat Adans Lopez Peres, who had been a member of Knie’s circus, but the marriage ended in 2004.   

Camille now appears to be building a life for herself in Monte Carlo, where she has founded a group that campaigns for better education around drink driving. 

Monochrome magic: Camille sports a chic swimsuit and hat combination by the pool

Golden hour: The 21-year-old dons all black in this photo shared on Instagram in November

Full-on fabulous: Camille in a feathered gown at the exclusive Monte Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort in a photo shared in August 2019. Camille is the youngest of Stephanie’s three children

Hitting back at a ‘disappointed fan’ who accused her of being ‘spoiled’ and to promote ‘laziness’ on Instagram, the daughter of Princess Stephanie made a point to list her various accomplishments.  

‘I do have a job, I look after the Public relations, event managing and marketing of a club, and I am the supervisor of several people,’ she started.  

‘I have been the founder and the president of the Be Safe Monaco organisation for almost three years, I volunteer for my mother’s charity Fight Aids Monaco, and I also help my mother a lot in her efforts to safeguard the well-being of animals,’ she went on.   

Camille also describes herself as a ‘mama’ to a dog named Leoni. 

Photos shared on Camille’s Instagram account suggest she might be living independently in Monaco, although she moved home to her mother’s at the lavish illa Clos Saint-Martin Monaco-ville for lockdown. 

Speaking to Monaco Info, Pauline and Camille admitted they have not lived under their mother’s roof in a long time, but made the best of the situation by walking their dogs and practicing yoga. 

The family turned out in force this week to open a newly renovated square in the heart of Monte Carlo.  

Low key luxury: Camille took this stunning selfie on a visit to Brussels in December 2019

True blue: Camille showed off her eyes in this jumper in a photo taken in the Alps in January

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