Prince Nikolaos & Tatiana Blatnik Marry In Greece (PHOTOS)
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Update: As many of our readers have pointed out, Greece no longer formally has a King and Queen. A little history lesson via the AP: "The [now] 70-year-old Constantine ascended to the throne in Greece in 1964, but he was formally deposed in 1973 during the country's 1967-1974 military dictatorship. In 1974, after the restoration of democracy in Greece, its citizens voted in a referendum to abolish the country's monarchy." However, Constantine and his family still use the titles.
Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Tatiana Blatnik got married on Wednesday at the Cathedral of Ayios Nikolaos in Spetses, Greece. According to the Associated Press, "Blatnik, 29, arrived in a horse-drawn carriage and waved to a crowd of well wishers gathered outside. The 40-year-old Nikolaos arrived by boat." On the guest list were royals from around the world who converged to celebrate with the happy couple...and show off their formal duds. Check out pics from the wedding below. Tatiana's dress was designed by Angel Sanchez. No word yet on who the bridesmaids wore, but Tatiana works as an events planner for Diane von Furstenberg, so that might be a hint.