The 50-year marriage of Constantine and Anne-Marie of Greece September 18, 1964, Athens was part of one of the most prestigious royal marriages of the 20th century. Married his distant cousin Constantine II also wove another link between his country and Denmark and returned to the roots of the dynasty. Indeed, March 30, 1863, a Danish prince, William , aged just 17, was elected by the Greek National Assembly "King of the Hellenes
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KING CONSTANTINE & QUEEN ANNE-MARIE
September 18, 1964, wedding day of King Constantine of Greece , son of the late King Paul and Queen Frederika with the princess Anne-Marie of Greece , youngest daughter of King Frederik and Queen Ingrid Gotha are all gathered in Athens for the happy royal event. Here is a photo taken on the grand staircase of the Palais Royal, where Queen Ingrid of Denmark and Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain descend the last steps. ( Copyright Photo: Life )
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Wedding of Constantine of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark. He used to hang out in front of the American Academy...
Noblesse et Royautés: Cover of Pointe de Vue-Queen Anne-Marie and King Constantine