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After Father’s Death, Funeral, Crown Prince Pavlos Moving to Greece

ATHENS – The death and burial in Greece of his father, former King Constantine II, is being followed by his son, Crown Prince Pavlos II deciding to relocate there as head of the Greek Royal family, although the monarchy was ended in 1974.

Media reports said he will move from New York to Greece this year with his wife, Crown Prince Marie-Chantal to enjoy professional activities as she also works from London and spends time in Great Britain.

Journalist Giorgos Liagas made the report on Greek TV shortly before the funeral began, saying that Pavlos is looking for a home in Athens. The couple has five children but it’s uncertain whether they will follow as most of them study and work in the United States.

The late king was able to return to Greece in 2012 after 46 years in forced exile with his wife, Queen Anne-Marie, then moving to Athens in 2022 from the Peloponnesian resort area of Porto Heli.

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