Prince Rainier: My family, my country has known conflict, and we've chosen to reject it, because that is not the future of Europe, gentlemen. The future is business for the sake of business. Not for the sake of government - and certainly not for the sake of de Gaulle's empire. If you value your liberty, then you, too, should understand that all tyranny needs to gain a foot hold is for men of conscience to remain silent.
Count Fernando D'Aillieres: You must know exactly where to place each of these individuals in the pecking order, because almost every single one of them makes a profession to flatter and deceive.
Grace: So how will I know who to trust?
Count Fernando D'Aillieres: You won't. You're the Princess in Europe's oldest court, the target of all those hidden agendas. To rule is such a privilege.
Count Fernando D'Aillieres: It's another role for you to play.
Grace: Maybe I'm naive, but I believe in fairytales. I do, I believe they can exist if we really want them to. If, if we're prepared to work hard enough. I believe that the world will not always be full of hatred and conflict, if we're willing to sacrifice enough.
Princess Antoinette: And how long do you think you will last here?
Grace: Long enough to see the back of you.
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