Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 188,000 search results
  1. In the summer of 1954, Grace Kelly and Cary Grant were on the French Riviera working on an Alfred Hitchcock movie, To Catch a Thief (1955). It was probably the scene after she speeds along the Moyen Corniche to quickly get to the "picnic grounds" -- and away from a tailing police car -- that she had time to look at the Mediterranean and the countryside along the coast.

  2. Mar 31, 2019 · On September 13, 1982, Grace Kelly and her daughter, Princess Stephanie, were in a car crash. Due largely to a series of misleading communiques from the Monaco palace—the hospital's chief ...

  3. Oct 21, 2021 · Everyone knows that Grace Kelly went from movie star to princess, but another Hollywood actor could have taken her royal place, if things had gone just slightly differently. Kelly and her husband ...

  4. Princess Grace (Kelly) died on Sep 14, 2014 after a tragic car crash on the windy roads as she was driving from her country home to the Palace of Monaco. Unlike the portrayal in the 2014 Nicole Kidman movie "Grace of Monaco", Princess Grace was not...

  5. May 29, 2020 · Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III Were Introduced for a Magazine Article — and Then Fell in Love. Fresh off her best actress Oscar win in 1955, the movie star hopped on a train in France, which ...

  6. Feb 27, 2019 · The enduring legacy of Grace Kelly paints a picture of Old Hollywood's most beautiful and sophisticated ice queen, though that ice queen is rumored to have had a rather steamy love life. Because of her royal title, Grace Kelly’s scandals were largely covered up and forgotten, and Ice Queen Kelly sure did have some outrageous scandals.

  7. Grace Kelly got to live every little girl’s dream by transforming from a glamorous actress to a beloved princess. When Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco, she traded in the silver screen for a golden crown, but her fairy tale romance had a heartbreakingly high cost.

  1. People also search for