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‘Toward the end of June, Grace went to Philadelphia to be maid of honor when her younger sister, Lizanne, married Don LeVine. Their older sister, Peggy, was matron of honor. Peggy’s two daughters, Meg and Mary Lee, were the flower girls. There is a photo of the women in the wedding party taken at the base of the Kellys’ staircase. All the girls are attractive, the three Kelly girls beautiful. The five attendants are dressed exactly alike. You would be hard-pressed to know that one of them was the leading movie celebrity in the world. Grace looked merely like a very pretty girl from a nice family in Philadelphia who was one of the gang.’

 - Judith Balaban Quine (The Bridesmaids: Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco and Six Intimate Friends, 1989)