On September 13, 1982, tragedy rocked Monaco’s royal household. Princess Grace and Princess Stéphanie have been driving alongside Monaco’s infamously rocky coast, the Hollywood star misplaced management of her car and plummeted off of a cliff. Stéphanie survived the wreck with little extra harm than a fractured vertebra and a concussion, however her mom was not so fortunate. After creating a mind hemorrhage the next day, Grace died, leaving her three youngsters behind.
Naturally, the months following the accident have been significantly tough for Stéphanie, who suffered significantly as she recalled the ultimate moments that she had spent together with her mom. Throughout this time, the younger princess relied closely on her boyfriend, the French race automotive driver Paul Belmondo. As royal knowledgeable Jeffrey Robinson relayed within the biography “Grace of Monaco: The True Story,” Belmondo did every little thing in his energy to help his lover: “He’d visited her within the hospital, comforted her there and, in time, introduced her again to Paris with him.”
Nonetheless, even as soon as the couple bought settled within the Metropolis of Gentle, Stéphanie struggled to enterprise out and revel in life. In response to Robinson, Belmondo didn’t appear to lose his endurance with the princess. The biographer defined, “They watched movies collectively all day lengthy. She stayed there [in the apartment] with him, hiding in her shell.” In any case this TLC, Stéphanie healed sufficient to reclaim her regular, energetic self.