On Sunday morning, the family of former King Constantine II attended the Trisagion held in his memory at Tatoi. The measures in the area were draconian, aligned with the wishes of the former royal family for the Trisagion to be held only for close family members.
At the same time, the tomb of the former king was revealed, as well as his inscription. More specifically, the following is written on the tomb: "Constantinos II, King of the Greeks, Prince of Denmark."
Even on the tomb of the former king there is the quote "God is love, and whoever remains in love remains in God and God in him," which comes from the Gospel according to John.
It is recalled that on Saturday, in the presence of 250 guests, a memorial service was held in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens for the 40 days since the death of the former King Constantine.
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European royals gathered in Athens at the Metropolitan Cathedral to pay tribute to former King Constantine II of Greece in a memorial service marking 40 days since his death.
Royals including former Crown Prince Pavlos, Constantine's son, Anna-Maria, his widow, and former Queen Sofia of Spain, his sister, were pictured paying their respects as they knelt at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens.
In Greek Orthodox tradition, the 40th day after someone has passed away is a significant milestone and is often marked in some way, as it relates to Jesus Christ rising from the dead after 40 days.
The memorial service for the late former king follows a grand funeral last month which was attended by royal families from around the world, after he passed away at the age of 82 on 10 January.
Representing the UK royal family at the funeral, Princess Anne, who was the Greek King's second cousin, - appeared stoic as she entered the cathedral in Athens with husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.
Constantine's coffin was draped in a Greek flag as members of the public were invited into the chapel to say their goodbyes to the former monarch.
Deputy Prime Minister Pangagiotis Pikrammenos and Culture and Sports Minister Lina Mendoni represented the Greek government at the service.
After the public funeral of the former Greek monarch, whose family was exiled from Greece during the Second World War, a private ceremony followed at Tatoi Palace.
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