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Greek prince and princess to divorce after 14 years of marriage

22nd April 2024

The Telegraph

Prince Nikolaos Gluksburg, whose father Constantine II of Greece was a close friend of King Charles and the late Duke of Edinburgh, and Princess Tatiana are to divorce after 14 years of marriage.

The third child of the last King of Greece and his wife announced their separation on Friday.

“Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana, after 14 years of living together, have decided to dissolve their marriage,” a statement on the former royal family’s website read.

The statement expressed “the difficulty of this decision, the deep appreciation and respect they have for each other, but also the love with which they have walked all these years”.

Read more: The Telegraph

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