Queen Anne-Marie's son and daughter-in-law living in the wild wealth: Such is their life

After several decades in exile in London, is eksdronning Anne-Marie's family had been scattered to the winds. While eksdronning Anne-Marie and king Constanti

Queen Anne-Marie's son and daughter-in-law living in the wild wealth: Such is their life

After several decades in exile in London, is eksdronning Anne-Marie's family had been scattered to the winds.

While eksdronning Anne-Marie and king Constantine are moved back to Greece, to live with her oldest son, ekskronprins Pavlos, and his top milliardærkone the wild life in New York city.

Pavlos and his wife, the american ekskronprinsesse Marie-Chantal, are very active on social media and provide interviews where they willingly show a glimpse of their life in a premium car, and tells of their luxury holiday to the Bahamas.

the Couple, who have five children, are happy that they took the decision to move back to New York city in 2017, after their two oldest children, 23-year-old princess Maria-Olympia, and the 21-year-old Konstantin-Alexios, began to read of american universities.

It was, however, not quite easy to move across the Atlantic:

"To move us all to New York was a bit of a challenge, but now, since we are here, it feels really like home. We loved to stay in London all the year – very special times, when our children were small," Marie-Chantal told to the media mybaba.com in 2018.

As the daughter of american billionaire Robert Warren Miller, who has founded his fortune on grænsebutikkerne Duty Free Shops, she has lived part of his childhood and youth in New York city.

Marie-Chantal and ekskronprins Pavlos also lived together in New York for several years after their magnificent wedding in 1995, which was held in England, where the royal attended.

Their first three children were born in the UNITED states, before the pair moved to London.

the Family, who has moved back to the villa, as several times in the past has been home for the family of Miller, had easily fall to their second home.

"To move house as well as the country was a great adventure for us. My three youngest boys are in school in New York city and are all settled well and have made friends," told the wealthy ekskronprinsesse to My Baba.

the Pair, however, takes often to London to visit friends, just like friends like to go to New York to visit them.

According to Marie-Chantal enjoys family, Central Park, and can often be seen fanning their dogs in the park.

When the family is not just in London, New York, or with the grandparents in Greece, is their yndlingsferiedestination the Bahamas, where they always go as a family’.

"Our extended family as well as friends visiting us usually there, so it is good for us and our friends to spend time there," she explained in the interview.

And money does the couple not have to worry about.

Marie-Chantal is a busy erhvervskvinde, among other things, designer clothes for his luxurious børnetøjsmærke ’Marie-Chantal’.

But although several royal poder, among others, the Swedish princesses Estelle and Leonora - several times is seen in the adorable children's clothing, which often are affixed to the wings, so it's hardly it, she bases her lifestyle on.

According to Forbes, Marie-Chantals milliardærfar good for over 35 billion dollars.

Marie-Chantal is not the sole heir to the fortune, since she has two sisters.

The one has been married into fyrstefamilien ’Fürstenberg’, while the other has been married into the top oliefamilie Getty.

Marie-Chantal owns, however, according to british media, together with his father in the private equity fund ’Search Investment Group’, which earned nearly three billion dollars last year.

The british media has repeatedly stated that the family is richer than the british queen.

While ekskronprins Pavlos trying to keep up with his rich wife in New York, his parents – eksdronning Anne-Marie and ekskonge Constantine - chose to bet on Greece.

the Couple moved back to Constantine's home country in 2013, according to Constantine, in ten years had been trying to get some of the properties back, as he had been deprived by the abolition of the Greek monarchy in 1973.

The european court of human rights ended up awarding him a compensation of seven million pounds – far less than the 300 million pounds (over 2.6 billion dollars), which he felt they were worth it.

Ekskong Constantine has never abandoned the idea of one day again being the Greek king.

And perhaps it will one day once again possible. In each case the relationship between the ageing monarch and Greece have been significantly improved in recent years.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 08:01

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