Prince of Monaco

Prince Of Monaco

The Reigning Prince or Princess of Monaco is the sovereign monarch and head of state of the Principality of Monaco. All princes or princesses thus far have officially taken the name of the House of Grimaldi, but have belonged to various other houses (Goyon de Matignon, Polignac) in male line. The reigning Prince is Albert II.

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