Prince Charles, Count of Carladès
Prince Charles of Monaco, Count of Carladés (Charles Marie Auguste; 1 January 1722 – 24 August 1749), was a Monégasque prince. He was known as the Count of Carladés. He was also the Count of Matignon.
|Charles of Monaco|
|Count of Carladès|
A young Charles (far right)
|Born||1 January 1722|
Hôtel Matignon, Paris, France
|Died||24 August 1749 (aged 27)|
|Father||Jacques I of Monaco|
|Mother||Louise Hippolyte of Monaco|
Charles was born in Paris. He was the fourth child and third son of Princess Louise Hippolyte of Monaco and her husband Jacques I of Monaco. As the son of the then-reigning monarch of Monaco, he was a member of the House of Grimaldi. He was given the title of "Count of Carladés". He was also given the title of Count of Matignon in June 1744. aged 12.
- François-Alexandre Aubert de La Chesnaye des Bois (1774). Dictionnaire de la Noblesse. Vve Duchesne. p. 368.