As the eldest daughter of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco, Caroline Grimaldi, officially Caroline Louise Marguerite, inherited her mother’s beauty and her father’s royal blood. She’s been married multiple times (once widowed), the third time to Ernst August, Prince of Hanover, making her the Princess of Hanover, further establishing her royal allure. As a noblewoman and a socialite, with a penchant for philanthropy and equestrianism, Caroline never entered the acting profession, and so she kept her 33-25-34 body under wraps on any screen. But in Blast 'Em, a 1992 documentary about paparazzo Victor Malafronte, you can see almost her whole bare breast and a bit of nip slipping out of her unbuttoned blouse. Quite scandalous for a woman known to her loyal public for her poise, style, and grace. The photo was widely distributed, even in the US, where Caroline spent time as a kid visiting her grandparents in Philadelphia. She studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, and got a degree in philosophy, with minors in psychology and biology. In 1982, when Princess Grace died, Princess Caroline served as the step-in first lady of Monaco, and took on a number of high-profile roles. She helped her mother’s dream of having a ballet company come to fruition, announcing the creation of the Ballet of Monte-Carlo in 1985. Still considered an icon of fashion and style at the age of 63, Vogue magazine named Princess Caroline one of Europe’s most stylish royals in June 2020. In other words, that nip-slip was totally a freak accident, and Mr. Skin is perfectly positive she was and will be fully buttoned forever after.