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(New York, NY April 1, 2011) American Multi-Media talent Angelique Monét has accepted the prestigious honor and title Princess of Aquitaine. Angelique Monét will now be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Angelique Monét, Duchess of Aquitaine. “I am humbled by this honor. Being a Princess does not change the fact I am still Angelique, and it does not define my worth or self esteem. It’s an honor, and I will work hard to serve my beautiful country of America, while promoting world peace.”
In addition to being the Princess, Angelique Monét was also granted the prestigious title of Duchess in order that she can be a duchess within her own right while still maintaining her Princess status. This is one of the highest honors, which can be combined with another peerage title.
As a part of on going relations, HRH Princess Angelique Monét, Duchess of Aquitaine will continue to promote her world peace platform, while assisting artists with expansion and promotions, through charitable works.
ABOUT ANGELIQUE MONET
Angelique Monét, is an American multi-media talent and former Ms. Black South Carolina USA. Monét is the owner of Greta Joanne Entertainment (film and television production company) as well as the owner and CEO of AM Releasings (theatrical releasing company). Monét began her career as reporter/segment producer of NBC’s children’s show “VideoMax,” and ABC’s “Beyond The Years.” She was writer, producer, and host of “Gracie and Angel,” a children’s program that aired on Dove Communications. Monét’s directorial debut came with the short film “BitterSweet,” which screened at the Cannes Short Film Corner (SFC) in 2005. Her feature film “Deceptive” premiered during the Cannes Film Festival at the Marche du Film in 2010. Monét is the executive producer, producer, writer, and star of the film. Currently Monét is in production for her second feature film titled “Engaging.”
Monét is also the world’s only black stage actress ventriloquist. In addition to her ventriloquism skills, Monét is a recording artist, songwriter, composer, and music producer. She is a member of ASCAP, and has an album titled “Not Wasting Time,” on iTunes for download.
As a way to give back to independent filmmakers and help garnish exposure for their works, Monét is also the founder of Hamptons Black International Film Festival. This is the first African Diaspora international film festival in the Hamptons (a string of towns in Long Island, NY).
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