Doses of Grace
A tribute to Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco, by a devoted fan. ♥

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UTMOST respect for Grace, Her family, friends and everybody and everything that might have been dear to Her is absolute LAW on this blog.

yocalio:

No star before Grace had ever posed with her hair wet as she rose from the water. No star had ever been seen wearing her glasses. No star had ever been photographed without makeup, wearing an oversized shirt that did nothing to show off her figure. No star would have been shown munching an orange or lounging with a pillow.

You trusted Grace’s beauty.” - Photographer, Howell Conant

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FAVOURITE SUMMER MOVIES — To Catch A Thief (1955)

"I’ve never caught a jewel thief before. It’s stimulating."

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'Cause you're sensational, Sensational…That’s all, That’s all, That’s all…

'Cause you're sensational,
Sensational…

That’s all,
That’s all,
That’s all…

maweeborrs:

I watched To Catch a Thief this weekend and to be honest, I only watched it because of Grace Kelly. Her life intrigued me so much that I wanted to see one of her movies. She’s lived every little girl’s dream (or at least my own secret dream lol jk) - to be princess.  

maweeborrs:

I watched To Catch a Thief this weekend and to be honest, I only watched it because of Grace Kelly. Her life intrigued me so much that I wanted to see one of her movies. She’s lived every little girl’s dream (or at least my own secret dream lol jk) - to be princess.  

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anothergracekellyblog:

The museum is small, but who cares? It’s about GRACE!

anothergracekellyblog:

My note to Ellen Sheehan:
Dear Ellen:
…can you tell me the hours of operation, the size of the space and does the museum have a phone number yet?
So much good news! Thank you again, Ellen!
Her email back:
Hi Sheila,
The museum area is small. It is an open area so all are welcome. There are no hours or telephone. Anyone can visit at any time. The owner of the Falls Center has given us the space gratis. The other reason it works so well for us is that there is security 24/7. 
Regards,
Ellen 

dosesofgrace:

Let me see if I got this right: the museum is already in operation then?

That is how I understand it, Talita. And I think it may bear clarification that while it is being referred to as a museum, it is small and, apparently, is not housed in its own room or storefront at the Falls Center . It is, in fact, a small installation in the center’s entry. 

I see! Thanks for your reply, Sheila. Its size makes no difference to me, to be honest: if it’s about Grace, I wanna see it! :)

marionscotillard:

Mostly, we have manufactured ladies — with the exception of Ingrid, Grace, Deborah and Audrey. - Cary Grant

dosesofgrace:

Gosh, the bottom left picture *sigh*

Almost 3 years later, my ardent desire for this magazine hasn’t subsided at all.

dosesofgrace:

Gosh, the bottom left picture *sigh*

Almost 3 years later, my ardent desire for this magazine hasn’t subsided at all.

"She has taste, style, very good instincts, dignity, and most respectable principles. In addition to this, she is very beautiful, as everyone knows. But what really endeared her to me was her sense of humor. She really enjoyed having fun on the set – little improvised bits or gags. Something going pretty near every day. Grace was also kind, considerate and thoughtful of everybody connected with the films – from the actors right on down to the grips, the electricians, and the boys from the Mail Room. She was always concerned about their families, their children, their birthdays, etc. I just have to consider her a most perfect person"
— Bing Crosby on Grace Kelly, 1976 (via princessgracekelly1956)

tennantbutt:

DO U EVER HAVE THIS CELEBRITY THAT EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU SEE THEM YOUR HEART FEELS LIKE ITS GOING TO RIP OUT OF UR CHEST AND YOU GET BUTTERFLIES IN UR STOMACH AND U START SMILING REALLY BIG

Happy Birthday and Rest In Peace, Ingrid Bergman -  August 29 (1915 - 1982)

Happy Birthday and Rest In Peace, Ingrid Bergman - August 29 (1915 - 1982)

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