A new royal wedding in sight for the European monarchies. On September 1, the royal family of Greece proudly announced the engagement of Prince Philippos and Nina Nastassja Flohr who has shared his life for several years. It is on the Greek island of Ithaca that the young prince of 34 years asked his beautiful in marriage, before the couple was immortalized by the prince’s older brother, Nikolaos.
A very discreet couple among European crowned heads, Nina Nastassja Flohr is therefore preparing to make her official entry into the Greek royal family, 10 years after the arrival of Tatiana Blatnik, who married Prince Nikolaos in 2010. C ‘ is in 2018, at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, that Prince Philippos and his sweetheart appeared together in public for the first time, before attending a few months later at the wedding of Prince Jean-Christophe Napoleon and Countess Olympia d’Arco-Zinneberg.
A committed future princess and a taste for business
Swiss citizen, Nina Nastassja Flohr is the only daughter and heir to businessman Thomas Flohr, who in 2004 founded the private jet airline VistaJet. And the 32-year-old woman inherited from her father a taste for business, she who was a brand director in his company, but also that of her mother, who is none other than Katharina. Konecny, the founder and former director of the Russian and Greek editions of Vogue magazine. If she is now creative director at Fabergé, she has undoubtedly passed on her passion for fashion to her daughter Nina, who also lives between London and Los Angeles, where she owns a house.
But for several months, the fiancée of Prince Philippos has spent most of her time in Mozambique, where the taste for business has quickly caught up with her. Indeed, as the Royal History reports, the young woman is currently having a complex built there, which combines luxury and preservation of the environment. A future princess already very involved.
Prince Philippos of Greece and his fiancée Nina © DOMINIQUE JACOVIDES