Saturday, 5 June 2010

The Queen attended the Greek King's birthday reception

On 2nd June 2010 The Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Her other realms attended the 70th birthday reception of King Constantine II of the Hellenes at Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece's residence in London - unfortunately not in His Majesty's Greek residence.

Photos of other royal guests and a short report (in French) were published here plus here.


MadMonarchist said...

That is good to see. Correct me if I'm wrong but does or didn't the Queen continue to treat King Constantine as a reigning monarch as far as precedence and such even after he was forced out?

radical royalist said...

Yes, as far as I know the Queen treats the King of the Hellenes as a reigning Monarch.