Royal wedding: Prince Philippos of Greece married Nina Flohr

White notebook! A few months after announcing their engagement, to the delight of the Greek royal family, Prince Philippos and Nina Flohr are finally married. This Monday, December 14, the son of King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie civilly married his companion in Saint-Moritz, Switzerland. If they left Greece for their wedding, it was because they wanted to celebrate it in the bride’s country of origin. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, they had to be satisfied with a ceremony in a very small committee since in Switzerland, marriages are allowed up to a limit of five people, including the spouses. To say “yes”, Prince Philippos and Nina Flohr were therefore surrounded only by a few people including the father of the groom, King Constantine II and that of the bride, billionaire Thomas Flohr. For her wedding, Nina-Natassja Flohr wore a pearl-embroidered skirt and jacket as well as chic white shoes.

But the bride and groom were able to be joined by more of their relatives for the post-civil union ceremony. As Billed Bladet explains, Queen Anne-Marie was of course in Switzerland to celebrate the wedding of her youngest son, as were the other close family members who gathered in the castle of Nina Flohr’s father. In a few months, and surely when the coronavirus pandemic has calmed down, the couple will be married in a religious ceremony. But for the moment, the royal family has not yet revealed the precise date of the continuation of the festivities. As a reminder, Prince Philippos of Greece and his companion announced their engagement at the beginning of last September. He asked for his fiancée’s hand this summer on the Greek island of Ithaca. The bride-to-be’s older brother Prince Nikolaos, visibly delighted with the happy news, took engagement photos of the couple.

The civil marriage of Prince Philippos of Greece and Mrs. Nina Flohr, which took place on Saturday, December 12, in St. Moritz, Switzerland, was announced with special joy.Presented at the ceremony were King Constantine and the bride’s father, Mr. Thomas Flohr. pic.twitter.com/wR7eg7fIHX

– Andreas Megos (@AndreasMegos) December 14, 2020

A discreet couple

“Their Majesties King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie are delighted to announce the engagement of their youngest son HRH Prince Philippos to Nina Nastassja Flohr, daughter of Thomas Flohr and Katharina Flohr,” the monarch’s office said in a statement. official press release. Prince Philippos works as a hedge fund analyst in New York. Nina Nastassja Flohr is the daughter of businessman Thomas Flohr, owner of private aviation company Vistajet, and Katharina Flohr (née Konecny), former Creative Director of Fabergé and Editor-in-Chief of Russian Vogue. The two met in 2018 and have since been invited to several royal weddings, including that of Jean-Christophe Napoléon and Countess Olympia d’Arco-Zinneberg in October 2019 in Paris or that of Princess Eugenie in 2018 with Jack Brooksbank. . The young woman, born in Switzerland, currently works for her father’s company.

Philippos of Greece and Nina Flohr © DOMINIQUE JACOVIDES

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