It was on September 14, 1982, at 11:30 pm, that Grace Kelly’s death was officially announced. At the age of 52, he died in a car accident, news that left the world in shock.
The 1950s represented the most successful years in Grace Kelly’s acting career. In 1953, she won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Mogambo.” In 1954, she won the Oscar for Best Actress for the film “Forever”. Grace Kelly was also featured in “The Rear Window”, “Call to Death” and Alfred Hitchcock’s “Cat Thief”. And it was during the filming of the latter, in Monte Carlo, that he would meet the man of his life.
Grace Kelly was taken to visit the Palace of the Principality of Monaco, and the príncipe Rainier III. It was a fulminating passion. In just one year, the actress said goodbye to her career with the film “Alta Sociedade” and announced her marriage. Princess Grace and Prince Rainier had 3 children: Carolina, Alberto and Stephanie.
The princess of Monaco was 52 years old when she was in a car accident. Daughter Stpehanie, who was in the car with her mother, survived, but over the years she has carried the brunt of the various conspiracy theories that explain Grace Kelly’s death. Was the 17-year-old daughter behind the wheel? Did the car have a mechanical failure? Was it an attempt on the princess’s life? The story is the subject of the new episode of “Crime in the Spotlight”, the podcast about mysteries and real crimes in the world of the famous. also listen on Spotify e Apple Podcasts.