| Crown Princess of Greece, Princess of Denmark
|Spouse||Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece|
| Princess Maria-Olympia|
Prince Constantine Alexios
|House||House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg|
|Father||Robert Warren Miller|
|Mother||María Clara Pesantes Becerra|
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Marie-Chantal was born in London, England, to María Clara "Chantal" (née Pesantes Becerra), an Ecuadorian, and Robert Warren Miller, an American. She has an older sister, Pia-Christina, ex-wife of Christopher Getty, and a younger sister, Alexandra-Natasha, ex-wife of Prince Alexander von Fürstenberg.
Marie-Chantal was raised in Hong Kong where she attended The Peak School until she was 9 years-old when she went to board at Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland. In 1982 she transferred to the Ecole Active Bilingue in Paris until her senior year which she took at The Masters School in New York which was then girls only. After graduating she attended the Academy of Arts for one year. She began a degree in History of Art at New York University in 1993 but dropped out a year later after Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, proposed to her on a skiing holiday in Gstaad, Switzerland, at Christmas.
Marie-Chantal designs her own range of luxury children's clothing and accessories for the self-titled company she founded in 2000. She has also written and illustrated "The Frog Prince", the first in a planned series of fairy-tales.
Marie-Chantal serves on the board of the School of American Ballet and the Animal Medical Centre. She is also a co-founder of Venetian Heritage and the co-chair of World in Harmony.
In 1995, Marie-Chantal became engaged to Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece. She converted from Roman Catholicism to Greek Orthodoxy on 22 May 1995 in a private Chrismation ceremony held at St Paul's Chapel in New York. The wedding was planned by Lady Elizabeth Anson and Robert Isabell. The ceremony was held on 1 July 1995 at St Sophia's Cathedral in London. Attendees included many European royals and ten members of the Greek political party New Democracy (Greece). The wedding was televised live in Greece leading to a rise in public support for the restoration of the monarchy in the country.
Marie-Chantal and her husband have five children:
- H.R.H. Princess Maria-Olympia, born 25 July 1996 in New York City
- H.R.H. Prince Constantine Alexios (named after his grandfather), born 29 October 1998 in New York City
- H.R.H. Prince Achileas-Andreas, born 12 August 2000 in New York City
- H.R.H. Prince Odysseas-Kimon, born 17 September 2004 in London
- H.R.H. Prince Aristidis-Stavros, born 29 June 2008 in Los Angeles
Titles, styles, honours and armsEdit
Titles and stylesEdit
- Miss Marie-Chantal Miller (1968-1995)
- Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Greece, Princess of Denmark (1995-present)