Rumors swirl as Grace Kelly’s granddaughter seems set to marry French-Lebanese beau

Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam. (AFP)
Updated 26 March 2018

Rumors swirl as Grace Kelly’s granddaughter seems set to marry French-Lebanese beau

DUBAI: The granddaughter of Grace Kelly is rumored to be newly engaged to French-Lebanese film producer Dimitri Rassam following a year-long romance, according to reports.
Charlotte Casiraghi is ninth in line to the throne of Monaco, an established writer and the granddaughter of Hollywood star Gracy Kelly and her husband, Prince Rainier III.
The 31-year-old was spotted wearing a diamond on her ring finger at Saturday’s annual Rose Ball in Monte Carlo and was joined by her 36-year-old beau.
Casiraghi’s mother, Princess Caroline, and her brother, Pierre, also attended the event, which was hosted by designer Karl Largerfeld.


Priyanka Chopra voices Elsa in Hindi-language ‘Frozen 2’

Priyanka Chopra announced Friday that she will voice the character of Elsa in the Hindi-language version of hit Disney animation film ‘Frozen 2.’ (File/AFP)
Updated 19 October 2019

Priyanka Chopra voices Elsa in Hindi-language ‘Frozen 2’

DUBAI: Priyanka Chopra announced Friday that she will voice the character of Elsa in the Hindi-language version of hit Disney animation film “Frozen 2,” set to be released on Nov. 22.

And what’s more, Chopra’s cousin, Parineeti, will voice the character of Anna, who is played by Kristen Bell in the English-language film.

“Mimi & Tisha are now Elsa & Anna!” Priyanka posted on her Twitter account on Friday. “The #ChopraSisters are finally coming together for Disney’s #Frozen2. Can’t wait for you guys to see us…I mean HEAR us bring these amazing, strong characters to life in Hindi.”

Chopra released a statement about the new film and the character she voices.

“Elsa is a fictional character who’s known to be strongly-opinionated and level headed, traits that I deeply connect with," she said. "This not only made me want to be part of the film, but also gives me a wonderful opportunity to present one of the most-successful animated films to our local audiences.”