Princess Stephanie of Monaco's daughter is no longer a little girl! It may be hard to believe but Camille Gottlieb, the princess's youngest child, has just turned 18 and marked the occasion with a lavish party.
While her mum Stephanie has largely raised her children out of the spotlight, Camille gave fans a glimpse into her birthday celebrations.
The teenager posted a clip and some photos on Instagram, showcasing the decadence at her Monte Carlo bash.
The party was held at La Vigie in Monte Carlo
The birthday girl and her friends sat down for dinner at La Vigie, a restaurant that boasts panoramic views of the Côte d'Azur and is described as "a small piece of heaven between sea and sky".
Seafood and fish are the main order of the day, although a special menu looks to have been prepared for Camille, with her name and age printed on the front.
Tables were adorned with exquisite floral centrepieces, pink and silver crystals and a name card for each guest. Candles set the mood for the evening affair.
Camille's half-sister Pauline Ducruet wished her a happy 18th on Instagram
On the day of her birthday Prince Albert of Monaco's niece poked fun at herself, sharing a hilarious selfie that she captioned: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME."
Her half-sister Pauline Ducruet, 22, also took to Instagram to mark Camille's birthday. She posted a photo of the pair blowing kisses at each other and wrote in French: "My baby, today you're 18, you've grown up so quickly. You've become an incredible woman and I'm proud to say that you are my sister, my life, my baby and my sister. I love you so much."
Camille with her father Jean Raymond Gottlieb, who had a relationship with Princess Stephanie
Camille is Princess Stephanie's youngest child. Although Stephanie did not identify Camille's father by name on the birth certificate, it is widely believed that her dad is Jean Raymond Gottlieb as she shares his surname.
Jean Raymond was Head of Security at the Monaco Royal Palace when he met Princess Stephanie and began a relationship with her.
Earlier this year Camille, who is not included in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne as her parents never married, also shared a sweet photo with her dad, writing "#YourBiggestFan" on Instagram.