Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece are divorcing after thirteen years of marriage

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Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece have announced that they are separating and divorcing after thirteen years of marriage

Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece are divorcing after thirteen years of marriage. The couple announced their separation on the website of the former royal family of Greece.

The statement about the royal couple’s separation read: “Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana, after fourteen years of living together, have decided to dissolve their marriage. Both express the difficulty of this decision, the deep appreciation and respect they have for each other, but also the love with which they have walked all these years. The same values of respect and understanding will form the basis of their relationship in the future, a relationship of deep and sincere friendship.”

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The statement ended with the following words: “Thank you very much for your respect and discretion.” The couple, who do not have any children, were in the UK recently to attend a memorial service for Prince Nikolaos’s late father, King Constantine who passed away in January 2023. 

Prince William was noticeably absent from the memorial service for King Constantine of Greece, who was his godfather. He cited ‘personal reasons’ for his absence at the time, the Princess of Wales was recovering from abdominal surgery at the time but had not yet revealed her cancer diagnosis.

Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana, who met on a skiing holiday in Switzerland, married on the Greek Island of Spetses in the summer of 2010 and their wedding was attended by royalty and was considered one of the society events of the year. 

Princess Tatiana had to overcome childhood tragedy as her father died by suicide when she was only seven years old, she grew up in Switzerland. According to The Telegraph, “The couple were believed to be happily married for much of their union but rumours had been swirling in recent months of an estrangement between the pair, according to the Greek media.”

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