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Prince Harry in love with the last Greek monarch’s granddaughter

18 January 2016 / 20:01:58  GRReporter
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England's Prince Harry has appeared in the gossip columns with his two former girlfriends, but it seems he has found love in the face of Maria-Olympia, the granddaughter of the last Greek King Constantine.

They met at a party organized by their mutual friends. According to the Australian magazine New Idea, Harry's cousin Princess Beatrice introduced them to one another.

"Prince Harry is in love," a source of the magazine says, adding, "They are planning a ski vacation in Switzerland before Easter."

According to the magazine, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton approve Harry's choice and define Maria-Olympia as "the best partner he has had so far."

The last Greek King Constantine's granddaughter, aged 19, is the daughter of his eldest son Pavlos and the American Marie-Chantal. Popular among her friends under the name "Bia," she was born in the US but by a decision of her parents, she was brought up and educated in the UK. There she studied drama, art history, graphic techniques and photography in London. Maria-Olympia is living with her parents and her four younger brothers.

Being the only girl among the five children of the family, she grew up like a real princess and her father's favourite. Her Instragram profile shows her preferences for luxury vacations in the Greek Islands and the Bahamas, as well as ski holidays in Switzerland.

In the summer of 2013, Maria-Olympia trained at the Dior fashion house for three weeks. Influenced by the creative atmosphere there, she dreams of a career in the world of fashion. As she states herself in an interview with the British magazine Tatler, "I want to be involved in fashion or photography. I am dyslexic and so I am more creative and visual than academic."

An interesting fact is that Prince Harry's father, Charles is Maria-Olympia's godfather.

Tags: CelebritiesPrince HarryMaria-OlympiaLast Greek King Constantine
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