Grace Kelly's Granddaughter Looks Just Like Her

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Grace Kelly's Granddaughter Looks Just Like Her

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Hollywood icon-turned-princess Grace Kelly never got the chance to meet her grandchildren, but she's passed on her timeless beauty and charm onto them, especially when it comes to 19-year-old Camille Gottlieb.

Camille, who is the daughter of Kelly's youngest child, Princess Stephanie of Monaco, and former palace guard Jean-Raymond Gottlieb, has been attracting a lot of attention lately for her striking resemblance to her grandmother.

Since Camille's parents had her out of wedlock, she'll never ascend to the throne, and it doesn't seem like she'll be following in her grandmother's footsteps as an actress, but that didn't keep her away from the limelight.

Over the years, the she's made public appearances alongside her mother, but it wasn't until recently that she took to social media to share photos of herself and her uncanny resemblance to Kelly is impossible to ignore.

A newly-blonde Camille embodies her grandmother's old Hollywood glamour, but with a modern twist.

She even has the same piercing blue eyes as Kelly.

Beside being of celebrity and royal descent, Camille also shares her grandmother's love for philanthropy. Kelly was the President of the Monaco Red Cross in 1958, and continued her work with many other charitable organizations until her death in 1982.


Now, Camille is carrying on her legacy in her own way.

Although it doesn't reflect on her social media pages, the teen is passionate about animals so she works with conservation and wildlife organizations. In the last few years, she's helped raise baby tigers in Asia, and even visited Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka according to Hello!

Camille hasn't revealed what career path she's pursuing, but with her charm and good looks, she'll succeed in whatever she does.

Do you see the resemblance? Let us know in the comments!

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