Camille Gottlieb
Picture of Camille Marie Kelly Gottlieb of Monaco
Camille at Albert II's Wedding

(1998-07-15) 15 July 1998 (age 15)


Jean Raymond Gottlieb
Princess Stéphanie of Monaco

Camille Marie Kelly Gottlieb (born 15 July 1998; Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace in Monte Carlo, Monaco) is the daughter of HSH Princess Stéphanie of Monaco and Jean Raymond Gottlieb, a former palace body guard. Her parents never married. She has an older half-brother (Louis) and older half-sister (Pauline), from her mother's marriage to Daniel Ducruet.


  • Lyçée François d'Assise Nicolas Barré
  • Collège Charles III
  • école primaire publique de Monaco
  • Brief stint at homeschooling while traveling with the circus
  • école maternelle publique de Monaco

Succession issuesEdit

Although she holds no title or royal status, she is a granddaughter of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco, a niece of Prince Albert II, but she is not currently in line of succession to the Monegasque throne due to the fact that her parents never married. Under the Constitution of Monaco, illegitimate descendants cannot be in line for the throne.


Illegitimate children are nothing new in Monaco — in every generation for the last 100 years a Grimaldi has had an acknowledged an illegitimate child. Some of these have obtained succession rights through legitimation or adoption, including Princess Charlotte, an illegitimate child who was adopted by her own father, and who then ceded her succession rights to her son Rainier, May 30, 1944. Prince Rainier III made obtaining succession rights in this manner impossible for the illegitimate children of children by adopting a new constitution in 2002, which limited the succession to direct, legitimate issue.

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