The Weekend Special is about the History of the Greek Royal Family - Constantine II




Royal Monogram of Constantine II of Greece - Source picture: Wikipedia


Constantine II was born on June 2nd. 1940 in Athens. He was the only son of King Paul
and Queen Consort Frederika of Greece.





















King Constantine II of Greece - Source picture - Wikipedia

His sister is the Queen Consort of Spain,
Queen Sofía. His other (youngest) sister is unmarried.

Constantine II married Princess Anne-Marie, the younger sister of
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.





















Queen Anne-Marie of Greece - Source picture: Wikipedia - 
Author picture: Holger Motzkau

They have 5 children:

1/ Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark;
2/ Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, Prince of Denmark;
3/ Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark;
4/ Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark;
5/ Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark.

In 1973, there was a referendum in Greece to confirm the
abolition of the Greek Monarchy.
69 % voted against the monarchy,
while 31 % voted pro.

Since then, Constantine II and his wife,
Queen Anne-Marie live in exile in London.


Travel London Park United Kingdom
















Own picture of a London Park


So, this was the Weekend Special.

For me it was the perfect occasion to deepen myself in the
maze of European Royal History.
I hope you liked it too. I wish you all a wonderful evening and a
good start of the week.
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