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Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece

Pavlos
Crown Prince of Greece (courtesy title)
Prince of Denmark
The Prince at the wedding of Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 8 June 2013
Born (1967-05-20) 20 May 1967
Tatoi Palace, Tatoi, Greece
Spouse Marie Chantal Miller (m. 1995)
Issue Princess Maria Olympia
Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark
Prince Achileas Andreas
Prince Odysseas-Kimon
Prince Aristidis-Stavros
House House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Father Constantine II of Greece
Mother Anne Marie of Denmark
Religion Greek Orthodox

Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, Prince of Denmark, RE (Greek: Παύλος; born 20 May 1967) is the eldest son of Constantine II, who was King of the Hellenes from 1964 to 1973. The Greek monarchy has since been deposed and replaced with a republic. Pavlos was heir apparent to the throne and Greece's crown prince from his birth, remaining so during his father's reign.

By male-line descent, he is a member of the Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg line of the House of Oldenburg. Since reaching adulthood, he has lived in New York City and London, working as an investment consultant.

He is an experienced bluewater yachtsman and crews on the multi-record-breaking monohull Mari-Cha IV owned by businessman and father-in-law, Robert W. Miller.

Contents

  • Early life 1
    • Military coup of 1967 1.1
    • Abolition of the monarchy 1.2
  • Education 2
  • Business interests 3
  • Marriage and issue 4
  • Titles, styles, honours and arms 5
    • Titles and styles 5.1
    • Coat of arms and banner 5.2
    • Honours 5.3
      • Foreign honours 5.3.1
  • Ancestry 6
  • Footnotes 7
  • References 8

Early life

Pavlos was born on 20 May 1967 in Athens, to King Constantine II and Queen Anne Marie, who was by birth a Princess of Denmark. His mother is a sister of Margrethe II of Denmark. His maternal grandparents were Frederick IX of Denmark and Ingrid of Sweden.

By Greek tradition, he was named after his paternal grandfather, King Paul (Pavlos) of the Hellenes. His older sister, Princess Alexia, had been born two years earlier, in 1965. Crown Prince Pavlos was baptized into the Greek Orthodox Church.

Military coup of 1967

Crown Prince Pavlos was born into a turbulent era in Greek politics. His father, King Constantine II, had ascended to the throne on 6 March 1964, at the age of 23, following the death of his father, King Paul.

As 1967 drew to a close, the Prince Nikolaos was born in Rome in 1969.

Abolition of the monarchy

During the years 1967–1973, Greece remained officially a monarchy, with a regency appointed in the absence of the king. Beginning in 1973, when Crown Prince Pavlos was six years old, a series of rapid changes occurred in the government of Greece. On 1 June 1973, Constantine II was declared deposed and Georgios Papadopoulos became the self-appointed President of Greece. On 29 July 1973, the Greek plebiscite, 1973 was held to confirm the change.

On 17 November 1974, the Greek legislative election, 1974 was held, resulting in a victory for Constantine Karamanlis and his New Democracy (ND) party. On 8 December 1974, the Greek plebiscite, 1974 had a similar outcome to that of the previous year: the majority were in favour of a republican constitution (69%) over restoration of the monarchy (31%).

Constantine II accepted that his reign was at an end. He and Anne Marie had been settled with their family in London for some time. Pavlos' youngest siblings were born in London, Princess Theodora in 1983 and Prince Philippos in 1986.

Education

Pavlos was educated in London at the Felipe VI of Spain (then the Prince of Asturias).[1]

Business interests

  • 1997 – Co-founded Griphon Asset Management, an alternative investment group
  • 1998 – Co-founded Ivory Capital Group LLC and Ivory Fund Investors LLC, private investment groups focused on value-oriented equities
  • 2002 – Co-founded Ortelius Capital Partners LLC, an alternative asset management group specializing in hedge funds
  • 2003 – Co-founded Brigantine, a value based equity fund

He is also on the boards of directors of the Christie's European Advisory Board, Anna-Maria Foundation and of United World College, USA.

Marriage and issue

Crown Prince Pavlos married American heiress Marie-Chantal Miller (now styled as Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece, Princess of Denmark) on 1 July 1995. After their marriage, the couple resided in New York City, where he worked as an investment consultant, before relocation to London in 2004.

The couple have five children:

Titles, styles, honours and arms

Styles of
Crown Prince Pavlos
Reference style His Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir

Titles and styles

Crown Prince Pavlos has used the following titles and styles:

  • 20 May 1967 1 June 1973: His Royal Highness The Crown Prince of Greece, Prince of Denmark
  • 1 June 1973 – present: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, Prince of Denmark
    • official in Greece: 1 June 1973 – present: His Highness Prince Pavlos of Denmark

The title "Crown Prince of Greece" and style Royal Highness are not used or recognized by the Hellenic Republic, although customarily accorded at royal courts. The attributes of Highness and "Prince of Denmark" (Prins af Danmark) derive from his dynastic male-line descent from Christian IX of Denmark and as such are recognized by the Republic of Greece.

Coat of arms and banner

Arms of the Crown Prince of Greece
Standard of the Crown Prince of Greece

Honours

See also List of honours of the Greek Royal Family by country

Foreign honours

Ancestry

Pavlos is a scion multiple times of the "Frederick VIII of Denmark and through his daughter Princess Thyra, Duchess of Cumberland.[1] He also descends thrice from Queen Victoria: once through her third son Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, and twice through her eldest daughter the Princess Royal Victoria, the German Empress Frederick.[1]

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e Eilers, Marlene. Queen Victoria's Daughters. Rosvall Royal Books, Falkoping, Sweden, 1997. pp. 33, 130, 132, 159. ISBN 91-630-5964-9
  2. ^ Royal Baptism photos 1999 http://www.angelfire.com/de/verenasroyalty/Baptism1999.html
  3. ^ a b Pavlos & Marie-Chantal
  4. ^ a b c d Noblesse et Royautés (French), Queen Margrethe's Ruby Jubilee, 2012, Pavlos wearing miniatures of the orders on his jacket and Marie-Chantal wearing the sash of the Order of Saints Olga and Sophia
  5. ^ "New Years". Retrieved 22 January 2015. 

References

  • Hindley, Geoffrey (2000). The Royal Families of Europe. New York: Caroll & Graf.  
  • Miroslav Marek. "Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg". Genealogy.Eu. Retrieved 30 June 2005. 
  • Woodhouse, C.M. (1998). Modern Greece a Short History. London: Faber & Faber.  
  • Γιάννης Κάτρης (1974). Η γέννηση του νεοφασισμού στην Ελλάδα 1960–1970. Athens: Παπαζήση. 
  • Αλέξης Παπαχελάς (1997). Ο βιασμός της ελληνικής δημοκρατίας. Athens:Εστία.  
Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece
Born: 20 May 1967
Greek royalty
Preceded by
Alexia
Crown Prince of Greece
20 May 1967 – 1 June 1973
Incumbent
— TITULAR —
Crown Prince of Greece
1 June 1973 – present
Reason for succession failure:
Abolition of the monarchy in 1973/74
Lines of succession
First
Line of succession to the former Greek throne
1st position
Succeeded by
Prince Constantine Alexios
of Greece and Denmark
Preceded by
The Queen of the Hellenes
Line of succession to the British throne
descended from Arthur, son of Victoria
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