Elisabeth-Anne de Massy
|Elisabeth-Anne de Massy|
13 January 1947 |
|Spouse||Baron Bernard Alexandre Taubert-Natta
(m. 1974; div. )
Nicolai Vladimir Costello
|Issue||Jean-Léonard Taubert-Natta de Massy
Mélanie-Antoinette Costello de Massy
|Mother||Princess Antoinette, Baroness of Massy|
Elisabeth-Anne de Massy (Noghès) was born in Monaco on 13 January/13 July 1947 to Princess Antoinette of Monaco and her then lover Alexandre-Athenase Noghès. She is a first cousin of the reigning Prince Albert II and niece of Rainier III. She is the godmother of Princess Stéphanie of Monaco. Although Elisabeth-Anne was born out of wedlock, her parents married in 1951, thus legitimizing her, and placing her in line to the throne.
She was the eldest of three siblings; the others were Christian Louis (born 1949) and Christine Alix (1951–1989). She was one of the four junior bridesmaids at the wedding of her uncle Rainier III with Grace Kelly.
Elisabeth-Anne was married twice.
She married firstly in Monaco on 19 January 1974 and divorced Baron Bernard Alexandre Taubert-Natta (Geneva, 2 July 1941 - Geneva, 13 April 1989), and had one son:
- Jean-Léonard Taubert-Natta de Massy (b. Geneva, 3 June 1974). He is the godson of Prince Albert II. He married in Monaco on 25 April 2009 Suzanne Chrimes. He has one son named Melchior.
- Mélanie-Antoinette Costello de Massy (b. Monaco, 18 January 1985).
She lost her place in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne upon the death of Rainier III, but remains a member of the Princely Family's "pool" of familial collaterals eligible to be selected for the Crown in the event of the extinction of the descendants of Prince Rainier.
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