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Grace Kelly

  • [On the press coverage of her marriage to Prince Rainier:] I'm sure that people all over the world got awfully tired of reading about us. I know I did.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • news item ()
  • Have you ever looked into the heart of a flower?

    • Grace Kelly,
    • with Gwen Robyns, My Book of Flowers ()
  • I love their delicacy, their disarming innocence, and their defiance of life itself.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • with Gwen Robyns, My Book of Flowers ()
  • [On Hollywood:] I felt like a streetwalker. Fear covers everything out here like smog. There is no respect for privacy.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Steven Englund, Grace of Monaco ()
  • [To Prince Rainier III, referring to palace formality:] Can't we do a couple of things halfway around here?

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Steven Englund, Grace of Monaco ()
  • I do isometrics in church so while I'm doing my soul some good, I'm doing my body some good, too.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Steven Englund, Grace of Monaco ()
  • Having a [teenage] daughter is like riding a young horse over an unknown steeplechase course. You don't know when to pull up the reins, when to let the horse have its head — or what.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Steven Englund, Grace of Monaco ()
  • One way in which all of us can help to combat the current wave of public indecency which threatens to undermine Western civilization is to concentrate upon and increase the solidarity of the family. This solidarity begins with a child at the mother's breast.

    • Grace Kelly
  • The freedom of the press works in such a way that there is not much freedom from it.

    • Grace Kelly
  • The idea of my life as a fairy tale is itself a fairy tale.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Donald Spoto, High Society: The Life of Grace Kelly ()
  • I never really felt pretty, bright or socially adept.

    • Grace Kelly,
    • in Donald Spoto, High Society: The Life of Grace Kelly ()

Grace Kelly, U.S. actor, princess of Monaco

(1929 - 1982)

Full name: Grace Patricia Kelly.