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The palace of Monaco opened up the archive of Grace Kelly’s private belongings this week, giving the world its first glimpse into the life of the famously reclusive actress. Kelly, the gorgeous star of three Alfred Hitchcock films, gave up her career in 1956, when she married Prince Rainier of Monaco. From then until she died in a car accident in 1982, she virtually disappeared from public view. The new exhibit shows home videos of Kelly reading to her kids and behind-the-scenes footage she herself shot on movie sets. It also includes personal letters from such luminaries as Hitchcock and Jackie Kennedy Onassis.

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