It’s a Lovely Day for a Wedding
With Greek inspiration, elegance and beauty, Spetses was the stage for the beautiful wedding between Prince Nikolaos and Tatiana Blatnik on August 25th, 2010. After the arrival of family, friends, a group of 16 young and eccentric bridesmaids and many European Royals (who represented the Royal Houses of Spain, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Iran, Bourbon-Two Sicilies and of course, Greece), Tatiana arrived at the Monastery of Agios … Continue readingPosted in Greece | Tagged Constantine II of Greece, Greece, Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Princess Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Wedding | 2 Comments
So Welcome to Spetses – Relax and Enjoy!
Under a hot Tuesday evening in Spetses, Prince Nikolaos and Tatiana Blatnik held a cocktail party for their wedding guests, an informal event where most of European royalty was present, the only exceptions were the Royal Houses of Luxembourg, Monaco and Belgium. At this relaxed party, where everybody seemed to have a lot fun, according to a Greek channel, the couple gave the guests a small gift bag and inside … Continue readingPosted in Greece | Tagged Greece, Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Princess Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Wedding | Leave a comment
“VAMOS A GANAR” – Football Adventure for Spanish Royals
July 7th, Durban (South Africa), the octopus Paul predicts that Spain is about to win in match with Germany and, for the first time, achieve the final game at a World Cup of FIFA. Is not only Paul that is predicting about the match – Queen Sofía, very optimistic, also predicted that the Spanish team would win, a very simple “Vamos a ganar”. In fact, Spain won by a goal … Continue readingPosted in Spain | Tagged Audience, Felipe VI of Spain, FIFA, Football, Infanta Elena Duchess of Lugo, Infanta Sofía of Spain, Juan Carlos I of Spain, Queen Letizia of Spain, Queen Sofia of Spain, South Africa, The Princess of Asturias | Leave a comment
No to Terrorism!
On June 27th, for the very first time in the Congress of the Deputies, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía presided over a ceremony in remembrance and tribute to the victims of terrorism. The reason of this date? On this same day, in 1960, the terrorist group ETA killed someone for the first time, a 22 month old baby, Begoña Urroz Ibarrola. So, after last March 11th, for the 6th … Continue readingPosted in Spain | Tagged Anniversary, Juan Carlos I of Spain, Queen Sofia of Spain, Terrorism | 2 Comments
No Official Announcement, but August 25th in Spetses it is!
Last December 28th, the following announcement was released by King Constantine: “HM Queen Anne-Marie and I are delighted to announce the engagement of our son Nikolaos to Tatiana Blatnik.” Since that day, royal watchers have been wondering when and where the wedding will take place. This year or next? Greece or London? Recently, after a long period in the dark, King Constantine gave an interview to a foreign newspaper and … Continue readingPosted in Greece | Tagged Constantine II of Greece, Greece, Interview, Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Princess Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, Wedding | Leave a comment