Grace Kelly was an American actress who became a princess after marrying Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956. She is considered an important cultural icon of the 1950s and early 1960s due to her beauty, elegance, and talent as an actress. Her films, including “High Noon,” “Dial M for Murder,” and “Rear Window,” were critically acclaimed and helped establish her as a Hollywood star.
Grace Kelly passed away on September 14, 1982, due to injuries sustained in a car accident. She was driving with her daughter, Princess Stéphanie, on a winding road above Monaco when she suffered a stroke and lost control of the car, which plunged down a steep embankment. Her daughter survived the accident but suffered injuries.
Grace Kelly’s death was a shock to the world, and she was mourned by fans and friends around the globe. Her legacy as a cultural icon and her impact on the film industry have endured long after her passing.