Grace Patricia Kelly, popularly known as Grace Kelly, was a famous American actress who married Prince Rainier III of Monaco and became the princess of Monaco and was later named Princess Grace of Monaco. It became popular in the 1950s after starring in several films, including The Perfect Crime and the Country Girl (1954) Thief Hunt (1955), and The Swan (1956).
- First years of life
Grace Patricia Kelly was born in November 12, 1929, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to an Irish-American father and a German immigrant mother. His father John B. Kelly Sr. owned a masonry construction company and had been an Olympic gold medalist in sculling three times. He was a Democrat who had been nominated to compete as mayor of Philadelphia but lost the election. During World War II, President Roosevelt named John B. Kelly the national director of physical fitness. His mother Margaret was an athletic trainer at the University of Pennsylvania, but chose to be a housewife after getting married. He attended the prestigious Ravenhill Catholic Academy, but he loved to accompany his sister and mother to social events that shaped fashion. At the age of 12,Do not feed the animals. In 1947 she graduated from Stevens School in Germantown, northwest of Philadelphia. Grace Kelly was good at acting and dancing, but her low grades in mathematics prevented her from joining Bennington College.
After failing to secure a place at Bennington College, Kelly decided to try a career in acting. His parents initially disapproved of the move while his older brother John described acting as “a thin cut over the streetwalker”. His uncle George Kelly was a popular game writer and had secured a place for himself at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He took part in roles in several screenplays before making a breakthrough after taking on a role as Bethel Merriday in a television adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’s novel of the same name. In 1951, it was described in the film Fourteen Hoursand was subsequently presented in shows produced by NBC and CBS. In 1952, she was approached by John Ford, a director who worked for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. He accepted a weekly lease 850 and flew to Nairobi to begin production of the film Mogambo in 1953. It went on to acting and acting in several films for the production company the country girl , Dial M for Murder, The Bridges at Toko -Ri, and Lunotto . For her role in these films, Kelly has received several awards including a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for the movie Mogambo and the Academy Award for Best Actress for the movie The Country Girl.
- More contributions
Grace Kelly is recognized among the greatest stars of American cinema. Despite not being able to join the college of her choice due to low marks in mathematics, she inspired many people when she became a successful actress. In 1952, she was invited to play a role in Fred Zinnemann High Noon alongside Gary Cooper. In 1952, she played the role of Linda Nordley in the film Mogambo which earned her the award for Best Supporting Actress and the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. In 1954, he assumed the role of a wealthy wife The perfect crime . In the same year, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lent it to Paramount Pictures to perform the Toko-Ri bridges in the film.alongside William Holden. He also starred in the movie The Country Girl as Georgie Elgin, the wife of the sick and alcoholic Bing Crosby. She received an Oscar for best actress for her role in the film. In 1955 he overtook his direct competitor Judy Garland to get the Academy Award for Best Actress on Stage, although the vast majority of those present waited for Judy Garland to win.
- The challenges
In 1955, Grace directed a delegation of Americans to the Cannes Film Festival and was subsequently invited for a photo shoot of the Prince of Monaco Reini III. The couple met and from then on the prince made several trips to the United States where he proposed them and the couple married. Grace had to pause her acting career to focus on becoming a princess and a wife. Although the film producers offered her several opportunities, the public protest in Monaco prevented her from participating in films. She had to give up her American citizenship and the Price banned the films she presented at the airing in Monaco to protect her privacy.
- Death and inheritance
Kelly had a stroke in September 13, 1982, while driving from Roc Agel to Monaco with his daughter Stéphanie. He lost control of the vehicle that deviated from a cliff of a winding road and lost foot 120. The paramedics arrived shortly after and found her unconscious but alive, although in critical condition. Although they had been taken to hospital, Grace had suffered brain injuries, her chest was severely damaged, she had a broken femur and several internal injuries. The doctors at the Munich hospital were unable to save her. Princess Grace Patricia Kelly was declared dead the following day at 10: 55 pm at the age of 52 after the doctors advised Prince Rainier that she would not survive without life support machines. He left a legacy that lives today, and his efforts are recognized. The Munich hospital was renamed Princess Grace Hospital Center while it received several foreign state awards for its role in philanthropy. His requiem mass was celebrated in the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, in Munich, and was buried in the Grimaldi family vault. His statue was erected in the Princess Grace Rose Garden of Monaco, while his childhood home in Philadelphia was designated by the State of Philadelphia as a historical landmark.