King Constantine II of Greece was joined by Queen Frederika and Princess Irene of Greece, as well as Queen Ingrid of Denmark as they drove to the Saint-Spiridon Church for a service in honour of the birth of Princess Alexia in Corfu on this day in 1965.
A few days earlier, King Frederik, Queen Ingrid, and Crown Princess Margrethe of Denmark joined the Greek Royal Family for a photo call at the Villa Mon Repos in Corfu, as they presented Princess Alexia to the press.
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Amazing picture, Corfu Airport summer 1965, Queen Mother Frederika with her daughter in law, Queen Anne Marie , holding baby Princess Alexia and her daugther , Princess Sofia holding Infanta Cristina. We can alao see little Infanta Elena.#queenannemarie #queenfrederika #princessalexiaofgreece #queensofia #infantacristina #infantaelena #greekroyals #greekroyalfamily #greekroyalty
King Constantine, Queen Anne Marie, and Princess Alexia returned to Athens with Princess Sofia of Spain, Princess Benedikte of Denmark, and Princess Irene in September, when Princess Alexia was christened.