In the first, the rumor of the Crown Prince with Alice, is from 1960 and in Greece the press continued to comment on it until the photos of Prince Constantine with Princess Anne-Marie were published, which showed that he had a relationship with Princess and no Alice, by the way the photo of the Danish journalist, who discovered that he had a relationship with Princess Anne-Marie is also in the autobiography.
King Constantine says in his autobiography that he was not Alice's boyfriend, nor was he a friend, but he remembered that rumor because one day, he went to the theater to a charity gala ( which is the one in the photo in that magazine), and they approached to greet the actress, there is also Princess Sofia, the photo is cropped for rumor, the next day it was on all the covers as she was his girlfriend, he found the rumor amusing . But the press began to turn it into a whole serial ... one day a Minister from Karamanlis asked his father for an audience, his father was very worried because he thought it was due to problems with Cyprus, and when he arrived, the minister said to King Pavlos, " When is your son's wedding going to be, (the tabloid press said it was imminent)? King Paul gave a fit of laughter, King Paul had to explain to the Minister that the tabloid press said was not true, that his son, he wasn't boyfriend of Alice. King Paul said the Minister left very upset. But King It called the attention that an intelligent man (like this Minister) read the tabloid press, and believed it.
King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie have lived 50 years in exile, and more than 46 years without a throne, being private persons. 40 years they have lived in London, and 7 years in Greece.
"If my wife had told me that she did not want to go live in Greece, I would not have gone to live in Greece" Greece is very relevant to King . He says it in his autobiography.
I would like that the autobiography of King was translate to english, especially the third volume, the interviews in greek of Queen , just so that you could judge after hearing or reading them.