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is a Paris Match French magazine. It focuses on "people" issues, with the widespread use of paparazzi photographs. Download high resolution version (1276x1752, 154 KB)Alexandre Coste with mother. ...
Download high resolution version (1276x1752, 154 KB)Alexandre Coste with mother. ...
Eric Alexandre and his mother, Nicole Coste, on the cover of Paris Match Ãric Alexandre StÃ©phane Coste (born 24 August 2003 in Paris) is the son of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, and his former lover, Nicole Coste, a native of Togo in west Africa. ...
HSH Prince Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco (Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre Grimaldi; born March 14, 1958), styled His Serene Highness The Sovereign Prince of Monaco, is the head of the House of Grimaldi and the current ruler of the Principality of Monaco. ...
A collection of magazines A magazine is a periodical publication containing a variety of articles, generally financed by advertising and/or purchase by readers. ...
Paparazzi is a plural term (paparazzo is the singular form) for photographers who take candid photographs of celebrities, usually by relentlessly shadowing them in their public and private activities. ...
Paris Match is a weekly magazine and its major interest is in celebrities. Also covers major national and international news.
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Alexandre Coste, son of Albert II of Monaco, on the cover of Paris Match
It focuses on "people" issues, with the widespread use of paparazzi photographs.
Paris Match is a weekly magazine and its major interest is in celebrities.
BBC News | UK | Doubts over Diana and Dodi's 'last interview' (648 words)
Paris Match, now on news-stands in Europe and available on the Internet, carries pictures of Diana taken the day before her death in Paris and claims she made barbed comments about her royal duties.
Paris Match said it delayed publication out of respect for the Princess but it declined to name the journalist who secured the 'exclusive interview'.
It is understood that action against Paris Match is unlikely as advisers fear legal moves could further publicise the story and add to the distress of Diana's family.
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