The Greek royal family at Wrotham Park in Hertfordshire, prior to a dinner dance to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Prince Pavlos of Greece to Marie-Chantal Miller, 29th June 1995

The Greek royal family at Wrotham Park in Hertfordshire, prior to a dinner dance to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Prince Pavlos of Greece to Marie-Chantal Miller, June 1995

Greek Emerald Tiara III - it remains in the possession of the Greek royal family in exile, worn by Queen Anne Marie (formerly princess of Denmark).

Greek Emerald Tiara III - it remains in the possession of the Greek royal family in exile, worn by Queen Anne Marie (formerly princess of Denmark). This tiara can be worn as a necklace

The Greek Royal Family; King Constantine, Queen Anne-Marie and three of their children; Princess Alexia, Prince Pavlos and Prince Nikolaos

The Greek Royal Family; King Constantine, Queen Anne-Marie (sister of Queen Margarethe of Denmark) and three of their children; Princess Alexia, Prince Pavlos and Prince Nikolaos

Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara    History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in 1889. The tiara was later inherited by Queen Sophia’s daughter-in-law, Queen Frederika after she had died in 1932. The tiara was then never seen for over four decades, allowing many “royal watchers” to question its ownership. Many argued that the tiara had been sold after the Greek Royal Family was deposed due to it…

royalwatcher: “ Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in The.

King Constantin II of Greece with his wife Queen Anne-Marie and two of their children; Princess Alexia and Prince Pavlos

greekroyalfamily: King Constantine II & Queen Anne-Marie with Crown Prince Pavlos and Princess Alexia at Pavlos's christening

Princess Anastasia of Greece (January 20, 1873 – August 26 1923), wearing her Cartier tiara.   She was a wealthy American heiress, Nancy Stewart Worthington Leeds.  Nancy became a member of the Greek Royal Family through her third marriage, to Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark, the youngest child of King George I of Greece and Olga, Queen of Greece.

Princess Anastasia of Greece and Denmark, wife of Prince Christopher, wearing her Cartier Tiara, Greece made by Cartier;

Alexandra, consort of Peter II, last queen of Yugoslavia.  She was queen for barely 20 months of a country she never lived in.  Born a princess of Greece and Denmark, Alexandra had the distinction of being the only member of the Greek Royal Family at that time who was actually Greek by blood. (Her mother, Aspasia Manos, was a native Greek.)

Alexandra, consort of Peter II, last queen of Yugoslavia. Alexandra had the distinction of being the only member of the Greek Royal Family at that time who was actually Greek by blood.

Princess Olga of Yugoslavia with her sister, Princess Marina, the Duchess of Kent. The sisters were born princesses of Greece and Denmark. They were first cousins of Prince Phillip's father.

Princess Olga, right, with her sister Princess Marina of Kent, wearing their respective tiaras to the wedding in Athens of Sofia to Juan Carlos in 1962

King Paul, Queen Frederica, and their children Queen Sofía of Spain, King Constantin II, and Princess Irene

Miss Honoria Glossop: Photo of the Greek Royal Family Paul – Queen Frederica – and their children Queen Sofía of Spain King Constantin II and Princess Irene

PavlosandMarieChantalFamily arie-Chantal and Pavlos have five children: Princess Maria-Olympia (1996), Prince Constantine Alexios (1998), Prince Achileas-Andreas (2000), Prince Odysseas-Kimon (2004), Prince Aristidis-Stavros (2008).

Pavlos and Marie Chantal Family. Marie and Pavlos have five children: Princess Maria-Olympia Prince Constantine Alexios Prince Achileas-Andreas Prince Odysseas-Kimon Prince Aristidis-Stavros

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