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Marie-Chantal and Upper East Side Apartment Featured in Hello Magazine

April 1, 2020

NEW YORK – Crown Princess of Greece Marie-Chantal gave an exclusive tour of her home on New York’s Upper East Side to the British magazine Hello. The article included photos of the well-appointed home where Marie-Chantal lives with her husband Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and their five children.

The pre-war home, dated 1913, according to the report in Hello, was where Marie-Chantal lived with her own family years ago and it had been previously decorated by her mother but has since been redecorated and updated to reflect a lighter sense of style. The home was also where Marie-Chantal and Pavlos had their engagement party, Hello reported, adding that “the property is ideal for entertaining with the living room, library and kitchen branching off from this impressive hallway and staircase.”

Marie-Chantal told Hello that “the kitchen is one of the family’s favorite spots to congregate.”

The family enjoys having breakfast together in the charming breakfast booth, Hello reported, noting that MarieChantal is keeping up a family tradition in doing so, “My Father was carving out his career, but he still had breakfast with us all.”


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