#Larvotto After this long week-end's festivities and yummi (calorie packed meals) starting my Sunday off right! Power #Yoga and #Pilates full-blast #WorkOut great for the core (abs) and even better for The spinal cord, back muscles, elongating muscles and beautiful posture... In other words it not only helps build muscle and lose weight but it also elongates your silhouette and makes you appear taller. #Namaste from #Montecarlo #Monaco
Grace Kelly originally planned a career in theatre rather than in film, but her understated acting ability and elegant, classic style caught the eye of film directors. Kelly ended up starring in 11 films from High Society to High Noon. In 1955 she attended the Cannes Film Festival where she met Prince Rainier III of Monaco. The pair began a relationship and, on April 18 1956, were married - making Kelly Princess of Monaco.
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Charlène de Monaco, grande absente du Bal de la rose : les raisons
It was a movie fairytale come to life. A haughty Prince falling in love with a Hollywood star at the Cannes Film Festival. The serenely beautiful, blue-blood star of the silver screen, Grace Kelly , star of such films like 'Rear Window' and ''The Country Girl" marrying into royalty and becoming princess of a small but wealthy European monarch was the stuff of dreams. Her charmed life as Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco ended in 1982, when she suffered a stroke while driving down a…
Emilia Clarke in 51st Monte Carlo TV Festival -'Closing Ceremony'
Polanski’s film, “Weekend of a Champion” restored and shown at the Cannes film festival with great success. Polanski additional ending to the film was totally amazing, in which the present-day Polanski and Stewart do a sit down in the same Monte Carlo hotel suite where Stewart stayed at the time and shared great insight about their movie, and the way in which motor-racing has changed.