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Birth of Crown Prince Pavlos

Crown Prince_Pavlos-_pop_upHRH Crown Prince Pavlos was born in Athens on May 20th 1967. At seven months old, after a Colonels' coup, his family moved to Rome, before settling in London in 1974. He attended the Hellenic College, founded by his parents, King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie.

The Crown Prince graduated the United World College in 1986 and went on to serve as a Lieutenant in the British Army. He completed his officer training at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst and was awarded the position of Commandant' Stick Orderly. He was then awarded a Short Service Commission in the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, where he served for three years.

Prince Pavlos graduated the Georgetown School of Foreign Service in International Relations, Law and Organisation in 1993 and the Georgetown Masters School of Foreign Service with a Masters Degree in Foreign Relations and Economics - specialising in Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

Between 1995 and 1997, Crown Prince Pavlos was employed by the Charles R. Weber Company Inc. in the operation and marketing departments. In February 1997, he co-founded Griphon Asset Management, an alternative investment fund-of-funds. In November 1998, he co-founded Ivory Capital Group LLC, an investment firm dedicated to managing private investment partnerships, which include a fundamental value based hedge fund and a fund-of-funds.

In 2002 he co-founded Ortelius Capital Partners LLC, an alternative asset management group specializing in hedge funds, while in 2003 he co-founded Brigantine, a value based equity fund.

Crown Prince Pavlos married Marie-Chantal Miller, (HRH Princess Marie-Chantal), in London, in 1995.

They have 5 children: Maria-Olympia (b. New York, 1996), Constantine-Alexios (b New York, 1998), Achileas-Andreas (b New York, 1999), Odysseas-Kimon (b London, 2004) and Aristidis-Stavros (b Los Angeles, 2008). Crown Prince Pavlos and his family currently reside in London.

You can follow HRH Crown Prince Pavlos' blog, AGORA, hosted on the online magazine Periscope Post, and on twitter (@ pavlosgr1).