Caroline of Monaco
See also: Caroline
Baccalaureat in 1974
- License in philosophy with the Sorbonne as well as qualifications in psychology and biology
- Studies with the Institute of political studies of Paris.
- It speaks the French, the English, the German , the Spanish and the Italian .
In 1979, it is named by his/her parents, president of the National committee Monegasque of the international Year of the child. It founds in 1981 association " Young person, I écoute" , a telephone for young people in distress.
Following the death of her mother, the princess Grace in 1982, it takes again the presidency of Garden Club of Monaco, of the Steering Committee of the Festival of Arts of Monte Carlo and the Fondation Princess-Grace-of-Monaco.
In 1985, the Caroline princess announces officially the creation of the Compagnie of the ballets of Monte Carlo, exauçant a wish of his/her mother.
Since 1988, it is president of the board of directors and the literary council of the Fondation Prince-Pierre-of-Monaco.
In April 1993, the Caroline princess is named president of AMADE Mondiale (Worldwide association of the friends of childhood) rested by his/her mother, thirty years earlier.
The December 2nd 2003, it was named by the managing director of UNESCO ambassador of good will in recognition of her personal engagement in favor of the Child welfare and family and of its contribution to the promotion of the programs of UNESCO for the education of the young girls and the women.
The May 20th 2006, it is seen giving the Prix Children' S Champion 2006 by the President of the American Committee of UNICEF, in recognition of its engagement in favor of childhood in danger, in particular as President of the AMADE Mondiale.
She marries in first weddings Philippe Junot (born in the 17th district of Paris the April 19th 1940) with Monaco, civilly the June 28th 1978 and religieusement the June 29th 1978. The divorce is pronounced by a court Monegasque the October 9th 1980. A request for cancellation of the church wedding is introduced by Caroline of Monaco in court of Rome in 1981, and following a long procedure, the pope Jean-Paul II cancels officially the church wedding on July 1st 1992.
It remarie civilly with Stefano Casiraghi the December 23rd 1983 with the Palate of Monaco. He dies the October 3rd 1990 in an accident of Off-shore. They have three children, Andrea, second in the order of succession with the throne, Charlotte and Pierre.
These children resulting from this second marriage are recognized legitimate compared to the Church by the pope Jean-Paul II the February 25th 1993, decision made public at the beginning of April 1993 and confirmed the April 5th 1994 although resulting from a purely civil marriage: the cancellation of the first marriage of Caroline being posterior to the death of Stefano Casiraghi, death which only prevented any church wedding; Caroline had made a request with the pope in this direction the July 2nd 1992 as of the cancellation of its first marriage. These children resulting from this second marriage were remainder already legitimate according to the right Monegasque because of the civil wedding their parents.
Its third husband is the prince Ernst August of Hanover (Ernest-Auguste V of Hanover), the civil wedding took place with Monaco the January 23rd 1999 and a girl is born from this union Alexandra the July 20th 1999.
- Its Highness Sérénissime the princess Caroline of Monaco (1958 - 1999)
- Its Royal Highness the princess of Hanover, princess of Monaco (since 1999)
As a wife of the prince de Hanovre, it is also duchess of Brunswick and Lunebourg, although these titles do not have any legal value .
It is moreover Grand-croix of the Ordre of Saint-Charles.
With its birth, it was the hereditary princess of Monaco before yielding its place to her brother Albert one year later.
The Caroline princess would have lost any successional row like her descent without the reform of 2002 of the Constitution of Monaco of 1962 and her article 10, reform initiated by Rainier III of Monaco a few years before her death and which opens the succession with the brothers and sisters of the late sovereign prince like to the legitimate descendants of the latter. Without this reform, the principality of Monaco would have been found deprived of any heir to the advent to Albert II the April 6th 2005.
Since this April 6th 2005, it is for the second time in first position in the order of succession Monegasque, right in front of his two sons (Andrea and Pierre) then his/her two daughters (Charlotte and Alexandra).
The successional row of Caroline of Monaco is not acquired and would retrogress if Albert II had a legitimate son or a legitimate girl.
Since his accession with the throne, Albert II recognized two children, Alexandre Coste and Jazmin Grace Rotolo, who do not have the statute of legitimate child. Since the reform of 2002, an adoption by the reigning prince would not make to them heirs taking into account his parentèle. But the successional law can still be modified, as it was for the last time in 2002. And the civil code Monegasque can him as evolve/move by modifying the conditions of attribution of the statute of child legitimates other as adoptive.
- Constitution of Monaco of 1962: to see article 10
- : article of Wikipédia English bearing on the successional rights of Caroline and her children
- : note of Wikipédia English devoted to his/her son Andrea
- : note of Wikipédia English devoted to his/her daughter Charlotte
- : note of Wikipédia English devoted to his/her son Pierre
- : note of Wikipédia English devoted to his/her daughter Alexandra
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