Could Prince Albert II of Monaco be the father of a 15-year-old Brazilian girl? In any case, this is what the mother of this asserts, who is suing the prince.
According to Royal Histories, Prince Albert II of Monaco could have a third illegitimate child. A Brazilian indeed claims that her 15-year-old daughter, born July 4, 2005, would be the result of a relationship she had with the Monegasque sovereign. She has been saying this for years, but Albert II has always refused to take a DNA test. The girl’s mother therefore decided to sue him.
At 62 years old, Prince Albert II of Monaco is already the father of two legitimate children, twins he had with his wife Princess Charlene, Jacques and Gabriella. He also recognized two illegitimate children. First there is Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, born in 1992, daughter of Tamara Rotolo, an American he had met while on vacation on the French Riviera. Prince Albert II of Monaco had publicly acknowledged being his biological father in 2006.
Then there is Alexandre Grimaldi-Coste, born in 2003 from a relationship between the Prince and an air hostess. It was in 2005 that he recognized being his father.
The trial for this potential third illegitimate child is set for February 2021. The mother’s lawyer said her client hoped not to have to come to this. “To protect my client’s daughter, a lawsuit must be avoided. I find this process unnecessary if the problem can be resolved with a quick DNA test. We turned to the Court after unsuccessfully attempting an amicable conciliation.”
The girl’s mother is a 34-year-old Brazilian. She claims to have had a relationship with Prince Albert in Brazil. After giving birth to her daughter, she reportedly contacted him to send him pictures of the baby. According to the young woman’s lawyer, Prince Albert II would then have cut off all communications with her.