Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and Marie-Chantal will NOT move to Athens

Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece

The sources have claimed that Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and his wife, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal, would not move to Athens after King Constantine's death.

Prince William‘s godfather and the nephew of the Duke of Edinburgh, King Constantine II of Greece, passed away from a stroke earlier this month at the age of 82.

A royal aide has confirmed to the Danish publication, Billed Bladet, that his wife Anne-Marie has no intention of leaving Athens.

Meanwhile, sources said Hello Magazine that Pavlos and Marie-Chantal, who usually split their time between London and New York, plan to spend an extended period in the city to support Anne-Marie.

Pavlos and Chantal have lived between New York and London since 2004, with Marie Chantal running a children’s clothing line out of the UK.

Together the family enjoy a life befitting of the world’s mega-wealthy, splitting their time between their stunning Upper East Side New York home and holidays worldwide.

As well as the New York home, the Greek royals have four other properties around the world, including a house in London, a Cotswolds estate, a holiday home in the Bahamas, and a country retreat in Yorkshire.

However, it now appears they will be spending more time in Greece to support Anne-Marie following the death of King Constantine.