Arms of Ghislaine as consort
|Princess consort of Monaco|
|Tenure||24 July 1946 – 9 May 1949|
13 October 1900|
|Died||30 April 1991
|Burial||Passy Cemetery, France|
Louis II, Prince of Monaco
|Issue||Jean Gabriel Brulé|
|Father||Robert Joseph Dommanget|
|Mother||Marie Louise Meunier|
Life and marriages
She later married André Brulé, an actor. She subsequently divorced her second husband and married the reigning Prince of Monaco, Louis II, on 24 July 1946 — the first bride of a member of the Grimaldi family without a dowry.
Following his death on 9 May 1949, and the accession of her step-grandson, Rainier III, she became Dowager Princess of Monaco, a title she held until her death.
Notable published works
- "Sois princesse"... dit-il. Publisher Hachette (Évreux, Printing house Labadie). Year: 1964. Pages: 253.
Title last held byAlice Heine
|Princess consort of Monaco
Title next held byGrace Kelly
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