|46||Prince||Honoré IV of Monaco||1758||1819||Duchess||Louise d'Aumont, de Mazarin et de la Meilleraye||1759||1826||Monaco was a sovereign country until it was forced to be incorporated into France on 15 February 1793. However with the abdication of Napoleon on 30 May 1814 the situation was reversed and the Principality was returned all the advantages, which it had enjoyed before its incorporation into France.|
|46.1||Prince||Honoré V Gabriel of Monaco||1778||1841|
|46.2||Prince||Florestan I of Monaco||1785||1856||Caroline Gibert de Lametz||1793||1879|
|46.21||Prince||Charles III Honoré of Monaco||1818||1889||Countess||Antoinette de Mérode||1828||1864||Monte Carlo was named after Prince Charles III Honoré.
The de Mérode family is one of the most important families of the Belgian nobility.
Countess Antoinette's sister Louise 1819-1868) was married to Carlo Emanuele dal Pozzo, 5th Principe della Cisterna (1787-1864) and they are the parents of Princess Maria Victoria della Cisterna wife of Prince Amedeo of Savoy (1 st Duke of Aosta).
Orbituary on Charles III Honoré.
|46.211||Prince||Albert Honoré Charles of Monaco||1848||1922||Lady||Mary Douglas-Hamilton||1850||1922||See
32.1753 - Albert Honoré and his wife Mary Douglas-Hamilton separated one year after their marriage in 1869 which was not annulled until 1880.
The Pope appointed a special commission to look at the case for the annulment of the marriage, due to an unsatisfactory conclusion the Pope appointed a second commission which finally annulled the marriage.
Prince Albert had a great interest in science including that of oceanography and was instrumental in devising a number of techniques and instruments used for measurement and exploration of the oceans.
|46.211||Prince||Albert Honoré Charles of Monaco||1848||1922||Mary Alice Heine||1858||1925||Mary Alice was firstly married to Armand 7 th Duke of Richelieu (1847-1880). Armand's title Duke of Richelieu dervives from the famous Cardinal Richelieu 1 st Duke of Richelieu (1585-1642) but not from direct line descent. This
blog on Richelieu may be of some interest.
An article from 1893 on the men who ran Monte Carlo Casino. The principal shareholder at that time was Edmond Blanc which he had inherited from his father. Edmond Blanc's sister Marie Blanc married Prince Roland Bonaparte father of Princess Marie Bonaparte.
The Banns of marriage of Prince Albert and Mary Alice A very brief report on the marriage of Prince Albert and Mary Alice.
It was reported in August 1902 that Prince Albert and Alice Heine were divorced, in fact they never divorced but had a judicial separation in June 1902.
Prince Albert died in a private hospital in Paris where he was resting following a serious abdominal operation performed two weeks earlier.
|46.2111||Prince||Louis II Honoré of Monaco||1870||1949||Ghislaine Dommanget||1900||1991||Louis II had an illegitimate daughter Charlotte Louise (see below) by Juliet Louvet (1867-1930).
Louis II finally got married at the age 76 to Ghislaine who was 30 years his junior. A brief report on the marriage of Louis II and Ghislaine.
The New York Times report on Louis's succession to the Throne of Monaco mentions he had secretly married Juliet Louvet. This report also makes interesting reading on the succession process for making Louis's daughter Charlotte Louise heiress to the Principality of Monaco.
A report on the death of Prince Louis.
|46.21111||Charlotte Louise Louvet||1898||1977||Count||Pierre de Polignac||1895||1964||Charlotte Louise was the illegitimate daughter of Prince Louis II Honoré of Monaco by Juliet Louvet. She was legitimated by stages and made heiress to the Principality of Monaco and created Duchess de Valentinois 16 May 1919. She renounced her rights in favour of her son Rainier on 30 May 1944. Her husband Pierre was created Duke de Valentinois and Prince of Monaco 18 March 1920 just one day before their marriage.
It was reported in 1908 that Prince Louis had abducted his daughter from her mother Juliet Louvet.
Charlotte Louise and her husband were judicially separated on 20 March 1930 although they weren't divorced until 18 February 1933 apparently by ordinance of Charlotte's father Prince Louis II.
Prince Pierre was banned from living in Monaco in 1930 as part of the separation settlement with Princess Charlotte
|46.211111||Princess||Antoinette Louise of Monaco||1920||2011||Alexandre Noghès||1916||1999||An interesting account of how and why
Antoinette was abducted in 1936 by her Grandfather Prince Louis II Honoré.
Antoinette was created Baroness de Massy by her brother Prince Rainer on 15 November 1951 a few weeks before her marriage to Alexandre Noghès
|46.211111||Princess||Antoinette Louise of Monaco||1920||2011||Jean-Charles Rey||1914||1994|
|46.211111||Princess||Antoinette Louise of Monaco||1920||2011||John Gilpin||1930||1983||
John Gilpin was
Principal Dancer of Festival Ballet (now English National Ballet) and died from a heart attack just six weeks after his wedding to Princess Antoinette Louise.
Obituary on Princess Antoinette.
Birth Registration of John Gilpin.
Death Registration of John Gilpin.
|46.211112||Prince||Rainier III of Monaco||1923||2005||Grace Kelly||1929||1982||Grace Kelly was killed in a
motor car accident in Monaco. Her daughter Stéphanie who was a passenger in the car sustained minor injuries.
Reports on the separate civil and religious marriage of Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly A Special Tribute to Princess Grace shortly after her death.
|46.2111121||Princess||Caroline Louise of Monaco||1957||Philippe Junot||1940|
|46.2111121||Princess||Caroline Louise of Monaco||1957||Stefano Casiraghi||1960||1990||Stefano was killed near Monaco whilst defending his Class 1 Offshore World Championship title. His boat was travelling at approximately 100 mph when it went airborne and tipped over backwards resulting in his immediate death. The world title was not awarded in 1990, as a mark of respect for Stefano Casiraghi.|
|46.2111121||Princess||Caroline Louise of Monaco||1957||Prince||Ernst August of Hanover (Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg)||1954||See 25.11612 - Ernst August is the present Head of the Royal Houses of Hanover and Brunswick|
|46.21111211||Andrea Albert Casiraghi||1984||Tatiana Santo Domingo||1983|
|46.211112111||Alexandre "Sacha" Casiraghi||2013|
|46.21111212||Charlotte Marie Casiraghi||1986|
|46.211112121||Raphaël Elmaleh||2013||Raphaël's parents are Charlotte Casiraghi and Gad Elmaleh (a French comic/actor)|
|46.21111213||Pierre Rainier Casiraghi||1987||Beatrice Borromeo||1985|
|46.211112131||Stefano Ercole Casiraghi||2017|
|46.2111122||Prince||Albert Alexandre of Monaco||1958||Charlene Lynette Wittstock||1978||An exclusive interview with Prince Rainier just over a year after the birth of Prince Albert on the problems of royal parents|
|46.21111221||Jazmin Grace Grimaldi||1992||Jazmin's parents are Prince Albert of Monaco and Tamara Jean Rotolo|
|46.21111222||Eric Alexandre Coste||2003||Eric's parents are Prince Albert of Monaco and Nicole Coste|
|46.21111223||Princess||Gabriella of Monaco (Countess of Carladès)||2014|
|46.21111224||Hereditary Prince||Jacques of Monaco (Marquis of Baux)||2014|
|46.2111123||Princess||Stéphanie Marie of Monaco||1965||Daniel Ducruet||1964|
|46.2111123||Princess||Stéphanie Marie of Monaco||1965||Adans Lopez Peres||1975||It's uncertain if this marriage actually took place, there is no information on the official Monaco Web Site|
|46.21111231||Louis Robert Ducruet||1992|
|46.21111232||Pauline Grace Ducrue||1994|
|46.21111233||Camille Marie Kelly Gottlieb||1998||The father of Camille Marie is not published although Wikipedia does mention the father is Jean Raymond Gottlieb (1967- ) a former Palace Guard at the Palais Princier in Monaco|
|46.22||Princess||Florestine of Monaco||1833||1897||Count||Wilhelm of Württemberg||1810||1869||See 22.53 - Wilhelm was created Duke von Urach on 28 May 1867, his issue bore the title Prince(ss) von Urach|