Grace Kelly's granddaughter Camille Gottlieb is all grown up, and she's inherited her grandmother's Old Hollywood beauty. The 19-year-old is the daughter of Princess Stephanie of Monaco (the youngest child of Kelly and Prince Rainier III) and former palace guard Jean-Raymond Gottlieb.
In addition to being of celebrity and royal descent, Gottlieb has also been gaining attention on , where her lookalike features to her famous grandma hardly go unnoticed by her nearly 26,000 followers. Her bright blue eyes and light hair are dead giveaways.
Camille is Princess Stephanie’s youngest daughter, and has two half siblings (Pauline, 23, and Louis, 24) from her mother’s previous marriage to bodyguard Daniel Ducruet. The couple divorced in 1996, two years before Gottlieb was born.
Though she has royal blood, Gottlieb is not in line for the throne because her parents never married. Jean-Raymond Gottlieb wasn't listed on her birth certificate, but he's widely understood to be Camille's father. The teen openly acknowledges him as her dad on social media.
She's shared adorable throwbacks of her mother, too.
The 19-year-old doesn’t share much more than selfies, snaps with friends, and vacation photos on Instagram, but reports that there’s a softer side to the teen than meets the eye. Camille is apparently a big animal lover and has helped raise baby tigers in Asia and visited Sri Lanka's Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage last year.
It seems that in addition to taking after Kelly’s good looks, Gottlieb is also tapping into her grandmother’s philanthropic side. The actress-turned-princess was named the in 1958 and went on to direct its charitable activities. Kelly passed away in 1982 in a in Monaco. She was 52 years old.