Princess Caroline Revealed Her True Relationship With Late Parents In A New Book

Date April 13, 2018

To commemorate the 60th birtday of Prince Albert II of Monaco, the world will see the release of the book titled "Albert II of Monaco, The Man and The Prince." The biography includes interviews with the members of the royal family: Prince Albert, Princess Caroline, and Princess Stéphanie.


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The siblings open up about the relationship they had with their parents, Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III. The eldest child, Princess Caroline, was the most candid in her interview, revealing that they were mostly raised by the nanny.


Desolate royal childhood

Princess Caroline said that they weren't close with their parents. Her and Prince Albert were raised by their nanny, Maureen Wood, and had a much better relationship with her.

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Children almost had no contact with their parents, they didn't even share a meal together. "Until we were 14, we wouldn't eat with our parents," the princess revealed.


Luckily, the childhood abandonement didn't scar Princess Caroline, as she is extremely close with her four grown children. Being the oldest of her siblings, the 61-year-old Princess of Hanover is about to become a grandmother for the fifth time.


It was recently revealed, that Caroline's son, Pierre Casiraghi, is expecting his second child with his wife, Beatrice Borromeo.


The royal family is very excited to welcome the new baby. The couple looks happy, and Beatrice herself is glowing.

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