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Ghislaine Dommanget

Ghislaine Dommanget
Princess consort of Monaco
Tenure 24 July 1946 – 9 May 1949
Spouse Paul Diey
André Brulé
Louis II, Prince of Monaco
Issue Jean Gabriel Brulé
Full name
Ghislaine Marie Françoise Dommanget
Father Robert Joseph Dommanget
Mother Marie Louise Meunier
Born (1900-10-13)13 October 1900
Reims, France
Died 30 April 1991(1991-04-30) (aged 90)
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France
Burial Passy Cemetery, France
Occupation Actress
Grave Monument of Ghislaine, Princess of Monaco.

Ghislaine Marie Françoise Dommanget (13 October 1900 – 30 April 1991), daughter of Colonel Robert Joseph Dommanget (1867-1957) and his wife, Marie Louise Meunier (1867-1957), was the Princess of Monaco from 1946 to 1949. She was a French comedy actress.

She married firstly Paul Diey (1863–1931) in 1923.[1]

She divorced her second husband, actor André Brulé, and married the reigning Prince of Monaco, Louis II on 24 July 1946 — the first bride to the member of the Grimaldi family without a dowry.

Following his death on 9 May 1949, and the accession of her step-grandson Rainier III, she became Dowager Princess of Monaco, a title she held until her death.


  • Notable published works 1
  • Honours 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Notable published works

  • "Sois princesse"... dit-il. Publisher Hachette (Évreux, Printing house Labadie). Year: 1964. Pages: 253.[2]



  1. ^ Paul Diey
  2. ^ Google Books
  3. ^

External links

  • Arc de Triomphe
Monegasque royalty
Title last held by
Alice Heine
Princess consort of Monaco
Title next held by
Grace Kelly

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