Originally Posted by zarat
Her correct name is "Czartoryska" with "a" at the end, name "Czartoryski" with "i" at the end is reserved for male
Maybe she let herself be introduced as Czartoryska y Borbon - the Spanish way to use both father's and mother's last name? I think I read somewhere that she run the London marathon lately? Have to check.
I found this short biography of her on the web:
was born in 1978 the daughter of Prince Adam Karol Czartoryski
, who is a cousin of King Juan Carlos I, King of Spain.
HRH Princess Tamara
appeared in Channel 4's The Games
in 2005, with the likes of Anna Walker
, and according to the Channel 4 site Tamara
left school at 15 and pursued a career in show jumping, presented a Thai Kick boxing show as well as appearing in Full Throttle Famous for Granada and Celebrity Five Go Dating.
This all has the ring of plausibility. Tamara Czartoryski
father is a martial arts expert, and Tamara
was a showjumping expert in Channel 4's Faking It
in February 2004. In Nancy Banks-Smith's review of the show
it refers to Princess Tamara
having acted in Carry On:
"There were three judges in Faking It (Channel 4). Lord Patrick Beresford, silver-haired scion of a noble house. Dr Dallas Burston, trust him, he's a doctor. And Princess Tamara Czartoryski
, Carry On actress and horsey cousin of the King of Spain. Which do you think is the fake? That was my feeling too. Even with a swig of Pol Roger, I found it hard to swallow Princess Tamara Czartoryski
, who ran in the 2006 London Marathon
is a keen snowboarder, water skier, skydiver and kick boxer. She has presented Thai Kick Boxing, Full Throttle and Celebrity 5 Go Dating.
She has also filmed a children’s show It’s a Girls Thing for Sky One Mix and the ITV drama The Stepfather.
from: Biography of Tamara Czartoryski-Borbon
And here is the info about the marathon:
The National Autistic Society - Princess Tamara Czartoryski Borbon lets her legs do the talking for the NAS
Princess Tamara Czartoryski Borbon lets her legs do the talking for the NAS
Model and TV presenter Princess Tamara Czartoryski Borbon has chosen to take part in this year's Flora London Marathon on 22 April, to raise funds for The National Autistic Society (NAS), the UK's leading charity for people with autism.