Charlotte Casiraghi, Grace Kelly’s Granddaughter, Is The New Face Of Montblanc — We Knew Those Cheekbones Looked Familiar

Charlotte Casiraghi is seen during the podium ceremony at the 2013 Monaco International Jumping as part of Global Champions Tour on June 29, 2013 in Monaco AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE (Photo credit should read VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Did anyone else do a total double take when they glimpsed the latest face of Montblanc for the first time? Think, "Where do I know her from?" and get a strange sense of deja vu? Well, question yourself no longer: The new face of Montblanc is Charlotte Casiraghi, daughter of Caroline, Princess of Hanover and granddaughter of — wait for it — Princess Grace Kelly.

So, who is Casiraghi? In addition to being seventh in line to the throne of Monaco, she's an equestrian and journalist — and both proclivities have a lot of tie-ins with the fashion world: First off, she's been the official equestrian ambassador of Gucci since 2010, a position that led to a stint as the face of the brand's new makeup range. Her journalism career, too, has stayed close to the fashion world — a 2010 interview with Stella McCartney enlightened her to the environmental problems in the industry, so she started Ever Manifesto, a free publication designed to educate readers on fashion's environmentally-unfriendly nature, and to promote sustainability.

Anyway, there's a reason Ms. Casiraghi looks so familiar — we've seen that elegant bone structure looming across the screen in extreme close up in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. I mean, there's definitely a marked similarity there: Somewhere around the eyes? The sculpted cheekbones and jawline?

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Almost eerie, right?

Images: luxandloubs/Instagram; Giphy

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