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Nikolaos
HRH Prince of Greece and Denmark

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Spouse Tatiana Blatnik
House House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Father Constantine II of Greece
Mother Anne-Marie of Denmark
Born 1 October 1969 (1969-10-01) (age 47)
Rome, Italy
Religion Greek Orthodox
Greek Royal Family
Royal Coat of Arms of Greece.svg

HM The King
HM The Queen

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Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark (born 1 October 1969) is the second son and third child of King Constantine II of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark.

Early lifeEdit

He was born in Rome, Italy, due to the coup which ousted the monarchy from Greece and caused the royal family to flee to Italy in December 1967. His father was deposed in 1973 and the monarchy was officially abolished in 1974.

Prince Nikolaos has an older sister Princess Alexia, an older brother Crown Prince Pavlos, a younger sister Princess Theodora and a younger brother, Prince Philippos.

EducationEdit

Like his brothers and sisters, he was educated in the Hellenic College of London, founded by his parents in 1980.

In 1993, he graduated from Brown University with an A.B. in International Relations.

CareerEdit

He has worked for NatWest Markets in London and is currently working in his father's private office since 1998. He is a member of board of the Anna-Maria Foundation, designed to help victims of natural disasters like floods and earthquakes in Greece.

Slip InnEdit

Prince Nikolaos was one of a group of European royals at the Slip Inn in Sydney, Australia, during the 2000 Summer Olympics. He was there with his cousins the Crown Prince of Denmark, Prince Joachim of Denmark, and Princess Märtha Louise of Norway. It was at the Slip Inn that Frederik met his future wife Mary Donaldson.

EngagementEdit

Main article: Engagement of Prince Nikolaos and Tatiana Blatnik

Prince Nikolaos's engagement to Tatiana Blatnik, with whom he has been in a long term relationship, was announced on 28 December 2009, by the office of King Constantine in London.

Until July 2010, when she resigned to concentrate on her wedding plans, Blatnik had worked in the publicity department as an event planner for fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg.

MarriageEdit

Main article: Wedding of Prince Nikolaos and Tatiana Blatnik

The couple married in Spetses, Greece on 25 August 2010. The marriage was widely reported in the Greek media. The entire Danish Royal Family, with the exception of Crown Prince Frederik, traveled to attend the marriage along with others. Other foreign royals were also at the wedding.

Titles, styles, honors and armsEdit

Titles and stylesEdit

  • 1 October 1969 – Present: His Royal Highness Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark

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