PHILADELPHIA (AP) – The birthplace of Philadelphia, where Grace Kelly grew up, has been restored to its original glory.
Toby Boshak, CEO of the Princess Grace Foundation USA, tells NBC's "Today" that the six bedrooms The 2.5-story colonial house is occasionally used by Kelly's son Prince Albert II and his family.
It will also host offices for the Prince Albert II Foundation of Monaco and events for the Princess Grace Foundation-USA, which offers scholarships to aspiring talents in theater, dance and film.
Kelly, an Oscar-winning actress, became Princess of Monaco after she married Prince Rainier III in 1
Prince Albert II. Purchased the house in 2016 and renovated it as if his mother lived there.
It will not be open to the public as a museum.
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