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Every European magazine had the Royal Couple on their cover, here Jours de France cover for the Wedding. The picture was taken just before, in order to be distributed all over Greece and Greece’s Embassies abroad. Technically when this picture was taken , Princess Anne Marie of Denmark was not yet Queen of the Hellenes . #queenannemarie #kingconstantine #kingconstatine #greekroyalfamily #greekroyals #greekmonarchy #athensroyalweddings
King Constantine II of Greece (in the Order of the Redeemer, Order of Saints George and Constantine, and the Commemorative Badge of the Centenary of the Royal House of Greece) and Princess Anne Marie of Denmark (wearing the Greek Emerald Parure, the Order of the Redeemer, and the Order of Saints Olga and Sophia, for the first time with the Commemorative Badge of the Centenary of the Royal House of Greece) pose for their First Official Portraits at the Royal Palace of Athens on this day in 1964, soon after her arrival in Athens for their wedding a few days later. The portraits were taken earlier, to be distributed all over Greece and at Greek Embassies abroad.