Some royal families strongly differ from the traditional perceptions we have of them. Even though most crowned heads have now acknowledged modernity and opened their minds with Facebook pages, easygoing younger generations and most of all, the acceptance of commoners, the Grimaldi tribe had spiced things up long before the others. From the medieval ages, the Grimaldi family has reigned on the glamorous promontory of Monaco. It was with the foundation of its Casino in 1863 and the development of Monte Carlo that the monarchy became popular. From popular, it became notorious thanks to a glamorous blonde Hitchcockian actress in 1956 - Monaco welcomed Grace Kelly as the wife of Rainier III and as its princess. From then, the Grimaldi family has attracted the attention of the media and public thanks to a perfect combination of elegance, stardom and scandal. After the tragic car accident that killed Grace de Monaco in 1982, her children have inhabited the pages of gossip magazines - from Stephanie de Monaco the pop singer who dates bodyguards and circus artists to Albert de Monaco, the actual king, and his illegitimate son. With the younger generation, the passionate and heavy relationship the Grimaldis have built with the press is not ready to extinct itself now that the younger boho-chic children have taken over and that a beautiful and refined Charlotte Casiraghi has decided to live with a popular comedian.