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Princess Tatiana’s Stepbrother Gone Missing in Malibu, California

The stepbrother of Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark vanished in a luxury neighborhood of the celebrity haven of Malibu, California, with officials worried for his safety as they try to find him.

Attilio Brillembourg, 53, from New York, was last seen in the early morning hours of May 18 in a rural area near Escondido Falls, where there are steep hillsides and no streetlights, raising anxiety about what may have happened to him.

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Brillembourg was last seen wearing a blue shirt and gray trousers but no shoes. He is said to be 5’10” in height with gray hair and green eyes and weighs around 165 pounds with a “tattoo on his upper thigh,” authorities said.

The Los Angeles Police Department officially declared him a missing person and said that, “There is concern for Mr. Brillembourg’s well-being.” The incident comes as the 43-year-old Princess just announced her separation from Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark last month although she will keep her royal title.

Prince Nikolaos is the son of Constantine II of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark.

Announcing their separation on the Greek royal family’s website, the couple said: “Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana, after fourteen years of living together, have decided to dissolve their marriage.

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