Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece Net Worth


Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece (Pavlos) was born on 20 May, 1967 in Tatoi Former Royal Palace, Greece, is a Crown Prince of Greece. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As Pavlos
Occupation N/A
Age 54 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 20 May 1967
Birthday 20 May
Birthplace Tatoi Former Royal Palace, Greece
Nationality Greece

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Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece is 54 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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After their marriage, the couple took up residence in Greenwich, Connecticut, the job that Pavlos obtained with the Charles R. Weber ship-broking company being headquartered there. Later, he went to work at a New York City firm as an investment portfolio manager, before relocation to London for their children’s education in 2004.


The couple have five children: Maria-Olympia (b. 1996), Constantine-Alexios (b. 1998), Achileas-Andreas (b. 2000), Prince Odysseas-Kimon (b. 2004), and Prince Aristidis-Stavros (b. 2008).


Pavlos married British-born heiress Marie-Chantal Miller, whom he had met at a party three years earlier in New Orleans, on 1 July 1995. The Greek Orthodox rite wedding at St Sophia’s Cathedral, London drew a rare modern panoply of royalty, but the ceremony proved to be legally invalid and had eventually to be repeated civilly (not normally required in the UK) in Chelsea because of an obscure law requiring that marriages in England be conducted in English.


Pavlos was educated in London at the Hellenic College of London, founded by his parents. He attended the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West, Montezuma, New Mexico, USA, from 1984 to 1986. After training at the British Army’s Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in 1987 on a three-year short service commission. He was promoted to lieutenant in April 1989, and relinquished his commission in April 1990. In 1993 he completed his BA at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and later while sharing a house in Washington, DC, he and his cousin, Felipe VI of Spain, then Prince of Asturias, attended Georgetown University where each obtained a Master of Science in Foreign Service in 1995.


Constantine II accepted that his reign was at an end. He and Anne Marie had been living with their family in London for several years. Pavlos’ youngest siblings were born in London, Theodora in 1983 and Philippos in 1986.


On 17 November 1974, the 1974 Greek legislative election was held, resulting in a victory for Constantine Karamanlis and his New Democracy party. Less than a month later, on 8 December, the Greek plebiscite of 1974 confirmed a referendum of the previous year: the majority of Greek voters preferred a republican constitution (69%) to restoration of the monarchy (31%).


During the years 1967–1973, Greece remained officially a monarchy, with a regency appointed while the King lived in exile. On 1 June 1973, Constantine II was declared deposed and Georgios Papadopoulos became the self-appointed President of Greece.

From birth, Pavlos was the heir apparent to the throne of Greece and as such he was referred to as the Crown Prince of Greece with the style of Royal Highness. Following the deposition of the Greek monarchy in 1973, these titles and styles are no longer legally recognised by the government of the Hellenic Republic. Through his male-line descent from Christian IX of Denmark, he is also a Danish prince with the style of Highness.


Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, RE (Greek: Παύλος ; born 20 May 1967) is the eldest son and second child of Constantine II, the last King of Greece from 1964 to 1973 and his wife, Anne-Marie of Denmark. Pavlos was heir apparent to the throne of Greece and was its crown prince from birth, remaining so during his father’s reign until the monarchy’s abolition. As a male-line descendant of Christian IX of Denmark, he is also a Danish prince.

Pavlos was born on 20 May 1967 at Tatoi Palace in Athens, to King Constantine II and Queen Anne Marie. His mother is the youngest sister of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and his father is a brother of Queen Sophia of Spain. His maternal grandparents were King Frederick IX of Denmark and his wife Princess Ingrid of Sweden.


He displaced his older sister, Alexia, born in 1965, as heir to the throne, Greece’s order of succession adhering to male-preference primogeniture.


Pavlos was born into a turbulent era in Greek politics. His father, King Constantine II, ascended to the throne on 6 March 1964, aged 23, following the death of his father, King Paul. His mother, the 20-year-old Queen Anne-Marie, gave birth to Pavlos barely a month after the coup d’état which ended democratic rule in Greece over the King’s objections on 21 April 1967, ushering in the “Regime of the Colonels”, led by Georgios Papadopoulos. In December of that year, King Constantine attempted a counter-coup, but could not rally sufficient military support. Pursued by supporters of the junta, the King fled with his wife, children, mother and sister to Rome. From Rome they went to Copenhagen, and lived with Queen Anne-Marie’s mother, Queen Ingrid.

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