Camille Gottlieb has grown to be the spitting image of her late grandmother Grace Kelly from her red lips, porcelain skin to her piercing blue eyes.
Kelly, who became Princess of Monaco after marrying Prince Rainier III in April 1956, passed away in 1982 at the age of 52.
However, her memory still lives on today most notably through her granddaughter, Camille.
“I don’t drink. It's not for me, I do not like it. I hate the idea of losing control.”
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The 20-year-old is the daughter of Kelly's youngest child, Princess Stephanie of Monaco. Her uncanny similarity to her late grandmother has been drawing much attention lately.
Due to Camille being born out of wedlock, she is excluded in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne like Princess Stephanie's children from her first marriage to Daniel Ducruet.
It doesn't appear like she'll be following in her grandmother's footsteps as an actress as well. However, that didn't keep her away from the spotlight.
Camille has made several public appearances with her mother throughout the years. Recently, she finally took to social media to share photos of herself, and she embodies Kelly's old Hollywood glamour, but with a modern twist.
Camille even has the same piercing blue eyes as her grandmother, who is listed 13th among the American Film Institute's 25 Greatest Female Stars of Classical Hollywood Cinema.
Besides being of celebrity and royal descent, she likewise shares her grandmother's adoration for philanthropy.
In 1958, Kelly was the President of the Monaco Red Cross and continued her work with numerous other charitable organizations until her passing.
Presently, Camille is carrying on her legacy in her own way. It doesn't reflect on her social media pages, but the young lady has founded the organization "Be Safe Monaco" to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving.
In an interview with Point de Vue, Camille, who lost a friend to drunk driving, said: “I don’t drink. It's not for me, I do not like it. I hate the idea of losing control.”
Camille, who has only one film credit to her name, a 2006 movie titled "Crooked," also loves animals. She has devoted her time and energy to wildlife conservation.