Stefanos Kasselakis and Tyler McBeth: Their wedding rings cost almost 4,500 euros

Stefanos Kasselakis, Tyler McBeth

Shortly after the first photos of Stefanos Kasselakis with the wedding ring on his right hand, new information about his marriage to Tyler McBeth came to light.

According to the show "Pame Danai", the president of SYRIZA and his now-husband spent almost 4,500 euros just for their wedding rings. The report states that they chose one of the most expensive luxury jewellery houses, Cartier.

The same information claims each wedding ring to cost 2,240 euros, meaning that Kasselakis and Tyler McBeth paid almost 4,500 euros for their wedding rings.

The first images with the wedding ring on the right hand on October 21st, the first shots of Kasselakis wearing the wedding ring on the right hand after his wedding with his partner Tyler McBeth were televised on OPEN.

The images were recorded during the visit of  Kasselakis to the Greek school of Agios Dimitrios in New York, where he was warmly received.

The president of SYRIZA said "get used to surprises".

“I didn't get married in the Hamptons in the first place. This is 'fake news'. In Brooklyn, I got married in the City Clerk's Office. The truth is that I don't like the Hamptons at all," Kasselakis also said.

Stefanos Kasselakis in Agios Dimitrios Astoria

In his dialogue with the school representatives, Kasselakis noted that "the greatest help we can bring is the contact with Greece", adding that "this interaction will open a virtuous circle".

"The first contact with the regional ballots and my election is good, but we need to go deeper,:

Kasselakis was welcomed by the president of the Community, Nikos Papaioanou, and well-known lawyer, Maria Markou.

Kasselakis first entered the area of ​​the Cathedral Church of Agios Dimitrios, where he lit a candle and then talked with the clergy and Father Grigorios Stamkopoulos. Kasselakis formulated questions about the school, showing interest in the number of students.

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"Here is the only high school; we are proud of our children and the traditions we follow," said Father Anargyros Stavropoulos.

The president of SYRIZA was also given a tour of the closed gym, where he tested his abilities in basketball and football, revealing, in a related question, that "I am Panathinaikos, but I respect the fans of all teams, just as I respect every human being."

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