Prince Philippos got married to Princess Nina at Metropolitan Cathedral in Athens

Prince Philippos got married to Princess Nina at Metropolitan Cathedral in Athens

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

On October 23, 2021, Prince Philippos of Greece, the youngest son of King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie, got married to Nina Nastassja Flohr. The religious wedding ceremony took place at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens. Prince Philippos works as a hedge fund analyst in New York while Nina Flohr is a creative director for the company VistaJet which was founded by her father, businessman, Thomas Flohr.

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Queen Sofia and Infanta Elena, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Pierre Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo Casiraghi, Princess Benedikte, Princess Alexandra zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Count Michael Ahlefeldt-Laurvig-Bille and Alessandra de Osma attended the wedding ceremony. Prince Philippos and Nina Flohr were married civilly on 12 December 2020 in a private ceremony in St. Moritz. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Switzerland, the only guests at the wedding were the couple's fathers.

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Nina Flohr is wearing wedding dress by Chanel Fall 2020 Couture. Princess Nina Flohr is wearing the Antique Corsage Tiara

Princess Alexandra wore Johanna Ortiz Sheer Decoration Floral Long-Sleeve Tiered Ruffle Silk Maxi Dress
Johanna Ortiz Sheer Decoration Floral Long-Sleeve Tiered Ruffle Silk Maxi Dress

Princess Alessandra de Osma wore Andrew GN Crystal-Embellished Pleated Maxi Dress
Andrew GN Crystal-Embellished Pleated Maxi Dress

Princess Eugenie wore Peter Pilotto Brooch-Embellished Gown
Peter Pilotto Brooch-Embellished Gown

Princess Beatrice wore Gucci Long-Sleeve Evening Gown Bow Embroidery
Gucci Long-Sleeve Evening Gown

Tatiana Santo Domingo wore Giambattista Valli Tie-Neck Tiered-Hem Silk Gown
Giambattista Valli Tie-Neck Tiered-Hem Silk Gown

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  1. Gorgeous gown on the bride and everyone was very elegant. In case you don’t know the two maids of honor are the daughters of Princess Alexia and her husband .

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    1. Tuesday 26 Oct: Just stumbled across a video of some of the extracts of the guests at the church.
      Looks like a good time was had by all.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnKdNrJo024

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  2. Sorry, not the most attractive wedding gown ever designed. It's boxy and not flattering.

    Marie

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    1. I agree, and it makes her look
      pregnant ... maybe she is ? It is almost a year since they were married in a civil ceremony . ❤️
      The guest list was surprisingly without the participation of the young close family generation from Denmark/Scandinavia. Strange, IMO.
      ML

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    2. i'm guessing that she is pregnant, since they've already been married(alas civilly) since almost a year ago.

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    3. You are right. It's too massive. I liked the dress of Queen Anne-Marie.
      MJ

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    4. I agree. I don't like the top of her dress nor her hairstyle.
      Maryel

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    5. I agree with ML, I was also quite surprised not to see a larger attendance from the Danish family. Princess Benedikte represents them beautifully but I don't think it is sufficient. I thought that at least the CP couple, as a minimum, should have been there too, it is their first cousin getting married - albeit not the crown prince, but still.... In comparison with the Danes, both Pss Eugenie and Beatrice with their husbands are in attendance, Bea only one month after giving birth (wow, that's quite some commitment!) I read they are friends of the couple since they live in London, but that makes the absence of the Danish cousins even more noticeable. Strange indeed.

      Speaking of Beatrice and Eugenie, wrong choice of dress from both. The dresses per se are nice but not flattering for their current post-partum body shapes, they draw the attention to all the wrong places. No-no for both of them I am afraid...

      Quite like the dress of Queen Anne-Marie as well as that of the mother of the bride, some nice colour coordination going on there.

      The bride's dress is a two part story - gorgeous top part with a beautiful décolleté and exquisite beadwork, artfully executed to distract the attention from the pregnant middle section, but it is let down completely by the bottom part and the weird half-bow .... The train and veil fit for a royal princess. They seem so happy and in love. Congratulations to them!

      E.d'A.

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    6. The dress as such is nice but here it is too voluminous in proportion to her flat hair.
      -SaF

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  3. Fantastic another royal wedding. Love her hair &, tiara. The dress is lovely. The only critique from the side photo there appears a big bow st the front. This appears a little off but could be wrong. The guests also look great. Congratulations to the newly weds. Mary I

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  4. So verliebt die Zwei und alle Gäste sehen gut aus. Sehr schöne Hochzeit.

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  5. Alessandra is just perfection. The woman in the blue square-necked dress is also gorgeous!

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  6. Everything is PERFECT

    WOW

    Best Wishes!

    C.

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  7. Like Queen Anne Marie's dress and that of Princess Benedikte. My favourite is the red dress worn by (I think) Princess Tatiana but the blue fitted dress worn by Maria Olympia? is lovely as well. I'm not overly taken with the bride's dress--too fussy at the front but it looks amazing viewed from the back when you see her in church. Fantastic to see the whole family back n Greece together.

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  8. Is the bride pregnant? Just wondering due to the shape of the dress. JD

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  9. Ava Pittman24/10/21 03:10

    The bride looks radiantly happy. They are a lovely couple. Her bridal gown, has all the elements but too many additions.. sometimes less is more. From what can be seen the embroided collar is stunning. The bow - tied wrap is a fail for me, very distracting. It hides the beautiful embroidered shawl of her collar. The veil/ train is layer over layer. Her hair styled back with this tiara doesn't suit the shape of her face, her hair needed softening. Earrings would have been nice. The bridesmaids gowns I am not a fan of the big yellow flower designs (what it looks to be) combined with the yellow with the shoes, too much..
    Queen Anne Marie looked stunning, loved her necklace and diamond cross, she is such a beautiful woman. Princess Bene, looked fabulous, so elegant. Loved her gown, gorgeous choice of jewels, particularly the stunning brooch. She gets it right every time.

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  10. The bride's gown is not among the most beautiful ones I've seen. Lots of lovely dresses. The York princesses: Eugenie's dress is very tight and shows the tight corset underneath, and Beatrice should definitely have worn a bra. But it was a happy day for all, and I wish the bride and groom happiness for years to come. - Ellie

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  11. It’s lovely but such a shame she didn’t wear earrings!

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  12. It’s lovely but such a shame she didn’t wear earrings!

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  13. It’s lovely but such a shame she didn’t wear earrings!

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  14. oh dear, Bea needs better chest support, and yes, I understand she is probably nursing, but they do make wonderful supportive nursing bras. clara

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    1. That was my first thought too. She could have looked great with the proper support but perhaps it was uncomfortable for her to wear. Still it's a minor quibble. Her dress is beautiful.
      - Anon 9:13

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    2. In our strange days nursing is something strange, bust is something wrong. Woman must looks like man etc. Why???
      For me tits are femine and normal.People don't be mean. Please.

      Busty Sophia

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  15. What a lovely bride! Congratulations to the couple.
    Chel

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  16. What a lovely wedding. That's an original wedding dress, very nice, except for the bow which is quite distracting. I really like the neckline. All the guests look really elegant.

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  17. Congratulations.
    Best wishes;)

    She's not a Beaty Queen IMO.

    Lina

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    1. Charming.

      Some things don't need to be said...

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    2. @Lina . Nobody asked the question if she was a beauty queen.
      So why do you bring up the subject?

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    3. "Some things don't need to be said..."

      Why? It's true. To be honest she's not a beauty.

      Lina

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    4. Lina
      This was a wedding, not a beauty contest.
      Maybe you googled the wrong site??
      P.

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    5. Looks like we all got it wrong.
      Thought it was a wedding but thanks to @Lina, it appears to be the final round in Miss Greece 2021

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    6. Oh girls... I think that she is ugly. Can I have my own opinion??

      Lina

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    7. Rude,vicious anonymous( Lina??),i suppose you are a beauty queen..Please show us your beauty pegeant trophies..Shame,because you claim to be a woman and you judge another for her appearence ...

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    8. What did beauty queens do to Lina?

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    9. @Lina You are lacking decency and manners. Since you asked, yes, you may have your own opinion. This is the kind that is kept to oneself. I'll bet a preschool in your area would be willing to let you attend until can learn some of these basic skills, providing you promise to behave. ~d

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    10. Yes, I am beauty Queen.
      Have a nice day;) relax

      Lina

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    11. It's a sure bet you didn't win Miss Congeniality.

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    12. Maybe but I'm more pretty than the bride.

      Lina

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    13. No, you aren't Lina. You're ugly - I can tell.

      G

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    14. To mystery G

      Hahaha. How do you know??
      I'm beauty and I know it.
      It called confidence.
      Have a nice day.

      Lina

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    15. You are very nasty. I suggest you educate yourself a bit better and learn how to spell Beauty for starters.

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    16. Because trolls aren't beauties - that's how I can tell, Lina.

      It's not called confidence - it's called arrogance. Or delusion...

      G, International Woman of Mystery

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    17. It's not called arrogance.
      It's called true about the bride. Verstehen??
      End of discussion for me.
      Please don't write to me anymore.

      Lina

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    18. I just wonder how and why all this is permitted on this site, since it has nothing to do with freedom of speech but with arrogance ,bad manners and trolling.
      When will all this end?
      P.

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    19. I guess I can only glorify.
      If not you call me troll.

      Lina

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  18. Alessandra de Osma looks fantastic in red. There were some more beautiful looks, e.g Princess Benedikte.
    Not fan of the brides dress, there's smth about it that look off (it looked like they tried to hide baby bump) nor Im not fan of the hairstyle. Sorry but this was not tiara hair for me.
    Kaarin

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  19. Beaucoup d'élégance en particulier la magnifique Alessandra de Osma et comme d'habitude, la princesse Benedikte qui ne me déçoit pas - Tous mes vœux de bonheur à ce nouveau couple !

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  20. Sorry but that wedding dress is so ugly...........

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  21. Everybody looks wonderful, gorgeous bride and also Beatrice, Eugenie and their husbands are lovely.
    P.

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  22. I wore an empire waist gown in cotton with a tulle shawl shoulder for my wedding also, It's a Renaissance style. She does it beautifully.

    C.

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  23. Princess Theodora looks beautiful in her simple and elegant light blue dress, as does her elder sister princess Alexia in her navy blue one.

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  24. The bridesmaids are Princess Alexia's youngest daughters, Ana María y Amelia Morales y de Grecia.

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    1. The trouble with arrogance is that the people who suffer from it don't realise it.

      It isn't the truth - it's your opinion, beauty is subjective. And again, back to the point that not everything needs to be said. A point that has gone sailing way over your head - because you're arrogant (or thick as wallpaper paste).

      Verstehen? Probably not - see above for reasons why.

      Feel free to not reply...

      G

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    2. Apologies @Sakurahime - don't know why my reply to the troll has appeared here.

      G

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    3. Dear G
      If you think I should change the way I am, just to please you, you know I won't do that.
      Unlike you I'm free.
      You can say what you want, judge me, but I won't despair.

      Lina

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    4. I thought you weren't going to continue the discussion. Is that much vaunted confidence slipping?

      I don't need your permission to judge you because I too am free to think what I like. Which is that you're a nasty, superficial, not very bright troll.

      End of discussion - unless you reply.

      Please don't write to me any more - I shall have to exercise my freedom to respond. Verstehen?

      Happy no despairing.

      G

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  25. Das Kleid würde mir ja noch gefallen.
    Aber die Frisur ist zu streng für ihr Gesicht.

    lisa

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  26. Las novias mas o menos siempre estan guapas, la ropa no tiene porque gustarnos a todas, la veo encantadora, feliz y eso es lo principal,
    me parece una chica agradable enamorada, que sean muy felices.

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  27. I'm sorry but I hate it. It looks she was showering, got late, put a robe, rememebered she was marrying a prince and put a tiara and rushed to the church. A pitty, as they seem so in love.
    Ana

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    1. Royalty fan

      Anon 18:44, 😂😂🤣😂😂

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  28. Congratulations to the happy couple,and their families!!
    God live the King Constantine of Greece!!
    Wellcome YRH princess Nina of Greece and Denmark!

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  29. This was their third wedding and yes, she is pregnant.

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    1. Third? Second..

      Lina Elina

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    2. Nope, third, Lina. They were married civilly in Switzerland last December, then had another rather informal ceremony in England last spring, and now this church wedding.

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    3. The "ceremony" in England in the springtime was not a ceremony at all. It was a picnic/ reception for friends, complete with wedding cake. So there was a civil ceremony in December 2020 and an Orthodox church service over the weekend.

      Two weddings...as per tradition.

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  30. What a beautiful bride! All bridal dresses do not have to look the same. I find this one gorgeous!

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    1. I agree!

      A lovely bridal ensemble, whose proportions and fabric are unique and striking. The only thing I’d add would be earrings to complement the pretty tiara.

      I also really like the bridesmaids dresses and the blue flowers in their hair.

      Best wishes to the happy couple.

      Вера💚🦋

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  31. I know I am in the minority but I love the brides Chanel outfit. My favourites are the red dress with green jewels and Benedikte's gorgeous green velvet.

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  32. Great to see Count and Countess Mapelli ;actually I like Beatrice's dress. I like all of the lovely colours and styles of the ladies dresses. The bride looks stunning, however I don't like the bardot style neck line and a weird bow .The flower girls and page boys look cute; I am not sure what the pattern is on the bridesmaids dresses. Prince Philippos looks good .A good reason to have a party; it is good to see a smattering of European royals; as they say "clinging on to the last bastions".

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  33. The Spanish Royal family is not there either, only Queen Emérita Sofía and they are cousins. Sofía was born as Princess from Greece and Denmark, It must be the protocol.

    Louise

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    1. And Princess Elena?

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    2. * Infanta Elena
      P.

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    3. Infanta Elena is not Royal Family, only Family of the King. So the Royal Family did not attend, only Queen Sofía. Felipe, Letizia, their daughters and the former Queen and King are te Royals, since Felipe VI is the King.
      Louise

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  34. While not pictured here, I think Alexia's eldest daughter Arrietta was the best dressed amongst the family. And the Hanover ladies simply were gorgeous!

    Mimi

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    1. Arrietta appears in the ninth foto counting from the top. She's the lovely girl in a beautiful aqua dress. The young man acting as her chevalier is her brother Carlos. In the same foto appear akso their parents, princess Alexia and her husband Carlos Morales.

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    2. @Sakurahime, you are right, I missed the photo. All the children of Princess Alexia looks lovely. It is nice to see them all grown up!

      Mimi

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  35. Lina Elina Anon 10:39
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/people.com/royals/princess-diana-godson-prince-philippos-greece-marries-wife-nina-flohr-third-time-athens/%3Famp%3Dtrue

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    1. Three wedding? Extravagant.

      Ma Ma Marina

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  36. As I see many of you like to fight on this site.
    Ava

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    1. @Ava. I think that most blogs are the same.
      A problem on this site is reading stupid comments from people which have no relation to fashion.
      AND the anonymous and/or no nick name bloggers who are not blocked by our moderator.

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    2. And some people are just smug.

      No nick

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    3. Blocked?? Why? Everyone has right to has very own opinion.

      Lina

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    4. I agree deadeggs. Some comments have no purpose on here. When they are allowed to be posted, others call them out, resulting in the back and forth. It would be much easier to block them in the first place. ~d

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  37. To have three weddings you have to take yourself very seriously,

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  38. Apologizing, my comment is not about fashion, but a possible explanation about some royals attending or not:
    1) protocol: as prince Philippos is not a crown prince it's not obligatory for a crown prince from any other country to attend; a younger prince would be protocolary right. This can be seen eg. in the British attendance - not the future king, but Beatrice and Eugenie, the nearest relatives of similar age to groom and bride. (I know that Greece is now a republic, but even if it still were a monarchy, the crown prince would be Pavlos, not Philippos).
    2) reigning monarchies vs. ex-monarchies. The number of senior (working) royals in continental monarchies is limited and they have rather busy timetable. So they choose to send a family member who is not "fully progammed" (eg. Benedikte). The royals of ex-monarchies have much more free time.
    It also seems that belonging to the same age group, being relatives/friends or living nearby (eg. London, Madrid, Switzerland) has had a meaning in getting an invitation.
    Margot

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    1. Thanks @Margot for the information.
      What you say makes sense.

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