for his illegitimate children, the prince can only offer love and money, not a throne

From his old love stories, Prince Albert II of Monaco had children. Now married, the billionaire promises wealth and paternal love, but not a penny, to his illegitimate children.

Albert II, son of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly, is the fourteenth sovereign of Monaco. While marrying Princess Charlene in 2011, the “playboy prince” has previously had a couple of love affairs with other women.

With two of them he had two illegitimate children.

Moreover, it was in 2005, when he took over his late father’s place on the throne, that his ex-buddy Nicole Coste resurrected from the past. Without his consent, the latter publicly announced the existence of their son. You should also know that the Prince of Monaco already has an eldest daughter, from an old relationship.

Since Albert II and Charlene of Monaco have twins together, some wondering who will inherit the Grimaldi crown and the fortune?


Prince Albert II heads one of the richest states in the world and even has a colossal fortune. Apparently he’s worth about a billion dollars.

Known as the “billionaires’ playground”, a quarter of the country’s land is owned by the Grimaldi family. The Monegasque royal family, which is currently one of the richest in the world, heads many casinos built in these countries.

In addition to his property in Monaco, Prince Albert II also owns land in France.

By marrying Prince Albert, Charlene of Monaco was able to enjoy a wedding that all young girls dream of.

In fact, the ceremony cost $ 70 million. To kick off the event, the couple picked up the rock band The Eagles from America.

Prince Albert II of Monaco reveals his fortune to the whole world and organizes with his wife a gala every year in September. Thus, many international celebrities do not fail to announce their presence at the events.

Prince Albert II of Monaco poses in his naval uniform of the Principality of Monaco (Principaute de Monaco) at the Royal Palace of Monaco in December 1983 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. | Photo: Getty Images

We should also not forget the “Festival deTélévision de Monte-Carlo”, which was created by the late father of Albert II. The event, which has been taking place in June since 1961, is dedicated to the promotion of international television and streaming. Golden nymphs are awarded new talents and creations from around the world.

Knowing that the billionaire has four children, including legitimate twins, his fortune will be divided between them and those outside the mother.

Prince Albert II of Monaco attends the ‘Alberto De Monaco’ Foundation Awards at the Reina Sofia Museum on June 20, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. | Photo: Getty Images


Although we often see him with his twins, Jacques and Gabriella, Albert II of Monaco does not neglect his other children.

The day before the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco 2022, the prince also wanted to set aside time for his illegitimate son, Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste. The young man and his father had brunch at the “African Queen” restaurant.

Although the relationship between the Monegasque sovereign and Nicole is distant, images suggest that the Grimaldi-Coste trio see each other from time to time. In fact, Alexandre and his mother appeared in a photo taken on the occasion of Albert’s birthday.

Prince Albert of Monaco chats with Nicole Coste while watching a match from his private box during the Monaco Tennis Open in April 2002 in Monaco. | Photo: Getty Images

According to Nicole, the prince has “always taken on his role as a father”. Apparently “they like to play sports together and sometimes talk about politics” and the prince is “very protective of his son”. , Alexandre, who was born in 2003, was first recognized by her father in 2005.

“Albert and his son shared a loving and natural father / son relationship with pirate-themed tours and birthday parties”

she added in an interview.


Because Gabriella and Jacques’ mother must have been interned for several months far from her family, she unfortunately missed a national event, “la Sainte-Dévote”.

On the other hand, her husband, Nicole’s ex-boyfriend, was actually present at the party. The latter does not fail to appear in front of the press by demeaning the princess.

“Everything that happens to him is karma. People in Monaco love me more than Charlene. They really love and respect me.”

said Nicole Corte in an interview.

Nicole Coste and her son Alexandre. Ilde Source: Getty Images

Knowing that the conflict between the two women goes back several years, the former stewardess has forgot to prove of compassion for the new lover of the Prince of Monaco.

Alexander’s mother struggled to get her son recognized as a prince, but in vain. She blamed the princely marriage. Nicole suspects Princess Charlene of rejecting her son, a self-confidence that angered the prince and which he completely denied.

“The truth is, I’m sorry to say that Albert has not seen Alexandre since a brief visit last September. It has become impossible since he married this girl. As a new wife, how would you like it? But she should think of my innocent child. ”

she confided in an old interview.

Nicole Coste participates in Grimaldi Giardina Haute Couture spring / summer 2009 fashion show on February 2, 2009 in Rome, Italy. | Photo: Getty Images

According to her, the princess sent her son to the staff home.


Before Alexandre, Albert of Monaco already had a daughter, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi. Following in the footsteps of her late grandmother, the young woman breaks into an actress’ career.

When Jazmin was still a teenager, the media who heard the rumors about her paternity overwhelmed her with questions.

However, it was not until 2006 that the prince officially recognized it. However, Jazmin and her half-brother Alexander cannot claim the crown even though they have been recognized by their father.

Jazmin Grace Grimaldi and Prince Albert II of Monaco attend the 2020 Hollywood For The Global Ocean Gala in honor of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Palazzo di Amore on February 6, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images

In fact, the Monegasque law of the royal family prevents illegitimate children, that is, children out of wedlock, from acceding to the throne. However, the half-brothers and half-sisters of the Monaco twins will be able to inherit their father’s great fortune.

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