Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece set to divorce

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In a translated statement, Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece announced their decision to divorce,  noting the difficulty of their decision and conveyed deep appreciation, respect, and love for each other throughout their 14 years together. Despite ending their marriage, they emphasised their intention to maintain a strong friendship and continue living in Greece. Notably, they do not have any children together.

Prince Nicholas and Princess Tatiana, after fourteen years of living together, decided to proceed with the dissolution of their marriage. Both express the difficulty of this decision, the deep appreciation and respect they have for each other, but also the love with which they have worked all these years. The same values of respect and understanding will form the basis of their relationship in the future, a relationship of deep and sincere friendship. They will continue to live and operate in Greece, the place where they both feel at home.

The family will always be on their side.

Thank you very much for your respect and discretion.

Office of the former Royal Family of Greece


Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece are divorcing after 13 years of marriage. The former couple's office announced on Friday, April 19, that they have decided to dissolve their marriage.
Princess Tatiana and Prince Nikolaos

The statement underscored that their relationship will be guided by mutual respect and understanding in the future, with the support of their families. They thanked everyone for their respect and discretion during this challenging time.The announcement surprised some royal observers, as just two months earlier, Tatiana, 43, and Nikolaos, 54, appeared together at a thanksgiving service for King Constantine II at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Prince William, Nikolaos' godson, was expected to attend but had to change his plans due to his wife Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis.

Tatiana has previously shared insights into her everyday life, emphasizing the warm welcome she received from Greek locals despite her royal status. She described living a simple life, working, shopping, cooking, and walking her dog and expressed gratitude for the Greek people's hospitality.

Reflecting on her marriage to a man with royal lineage, Tatiana emphasized that titles held no significance in her eyes. She expressed humility and gratitude for being part of the royal family, emphasizing that while Nikolaos is her prince, their connection transcends titles.

Prince Nikolaos is the second son and third child of the last King of the Hellenes, the late King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie. Through his father, he counts Queen Sofia of Spain as his aunt and King Felipe of Spain as a first cousin. On his mother’s side, he is the nephew of Queen Margrethe of Denmark and first cousin to King Frederik.

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