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Nicole Valérie Coste (born Lomé, December 6, 1971) is a former Air France flight attendant from Togo. From 1997 until late 2002 or early 2003, she had a relationship with Albert II, Prince of Monaco, which produced a child, Alexandre Coste, who was born in August 2003. She also has two sons from a previous marriage. She was formerly known as Nicole Valérie Tossoukpé, but on November 10, 2004, she changed her surname to Coste.
On July 6, 2005, Prince Albert announced that he is the father of Nicole Coste's youngest child, Alexandre.
- BBC: Albert II confirms Alexandre is his son
- Real-Life Princess Diaries - Prince Albert's Second Love Child; American Teenage Girl Learns She's Royalty
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